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Old 04-04-2013, 11:05 AM   #1
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Dynatek DCM-1

Anyone have one installed? I want to make sure that the one I have is working properly. I followed the instructions although I did not tie it into the ignition switch but temporarily plugged it into a powerlet cord. With engine running it shows an overcharge going on. As revs rise it seems to be going more towards a normal reading. With the engine not running it still shows an overcharge situation. Is this right? Is my regulator/rectifier bad? Oh yeah, the bike is a 2005 MuZ Baghira.

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Old 04-04-2013, 11:46 AM   #2
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Gordon, I have no experience with the Dynatek . . .. but, if it is showing an overcharging condition with the engine off, it is either mis-installed, or faulty.

The device appears to be hooked up backwards, somewhere, somehow . . . .


I'd suggest removing the unit completely, and re-installing it following the instructions to the letter . . . .RTFM often helps.
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