Honda Twins - Three Phase Alternator Project

Texasstar

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Ok Green is to ground, red is to hot, where does the black battery sensing go?


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Texasstar

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Black wire is hooked up to the hot side of the coil. We have 12.3 v with the battery hooked up.


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Sonreir said:
Yup. You can measure AC between any of the two yellow wires. Three total measurements.
Live is always fun...lol! Going to get a new meter.


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Sonreir

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That seems like a fairly positive result. 13.1V - 13.2V at idle is a definite improvement over stock.
 

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Sonreir said:
That seems like a fairly positive result. 13.1V - 13.2V at idle is a definite improvement over stock.
It was better than that with no lights. I will post another video . What was real impressive was that at IDLE it was putting out 11.2-12 Vac per leg. The stock unit was putting out 36 vac at 9k rpms. Yours is doing that at idle and with a load on it!!! When I checked the other two stators the RM Stator HO and Stock 175 they were disconnected with no load. Someone told me that didn't mean much without a load. Also I could not run this small speedcell battery with the RM stator HO we have on our Cl200 with a 40 w 7" LED. It now has an AGM battery.

Watch the video when I blip the throttle...that is impressive.

The two mod pods on low are dropping the voltage .28 dcv in one minute when connected only to the big speedcell battery. I am going to check the voltage drop on the small speedcell battery next.

When my neighbors get up I will check your stator with a Motobatt AGM battery and the GEN 3 Speedcell battery.

I would have no problem riding off with this system and the SMALL Speedcell. There is a reason why they don't make this small speedcell any more.


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Matt went for a 30 minute ride this morning with the lights on and with the small battery and came back with a full charge 13.28! Success!


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Bad news is I need to get some silicon...minor setback


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AC voltage check with a load at idle on the RM Stator HO two wire for a Cb360 https://youtu.be/NRihDhUa5UY Matt that means the Sparckmoto Three phase stator is 33.6 Vac where as the RM HO is 22.90 VAC at idle.


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Sparckmoto VAC check and DCV Check with no lights on. https://youtu.be/z0FuiPg5Piw


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Sonreir said:
I may have to add a custom seal to our setup. Stupid mold costs will kill me though... lol
Fuller introduced us to a silicone adhesive that cleans up with water...good stuff we will see if it works.


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Sonreir said:
I may have to add a custom seal to our setup. Stupid mold costs will kill me though... lol

How many seals do you need? Smooth On makes a million different types of two-part room temp curing rubbers. You could easily have shapeways or someone else make you a mold or make silicon molds out of any hard prototype. Just throwing some love out there. I hate seeing stuff die because of mold costs (or people pay more than they should.)

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Sonreir

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The MOQ for the stators is likely to be several hundred units, so it makes sense to have a similar number of seals ready to go.
 

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Sonreir! Big Success! Battery stayed charged all weekend! Thank you! We will give you special shoutouts everywhere we can! Here is one!
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Sonreir

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Right on!

Thanks for the feedback from the install process. We're currently working out the specs for our second prototype and should have a couple of those available toward the end of November.
 

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