I decided to upgrade my voltage regulator to the Shindengen FH020AA mosfet design and ran into a snag. I wired the output of the regulator directly to the battery terminals using the supplied heavy gauge wiring and fuse. Now there is no power to the ignition. I am assuming now that I should have wired it to the white connector near the starter relay. I have seen some other posts that did it this way. The stock regulator had two green wires and two red/white striped wires coming out, in addition to the three stator leads. Am I to assume that both red/white leads from the stock regulator are positive, and I should be splitting the positive output from the mosfet regulator to supply the white relay connector? I really like the heavy duty direct hookup to the battery, but it appears I am stuck. Any help unraveling this would be great. I Was a bit confused on the wiring approach used in this thread: http://advrider.com/forums/showthread.php?t=820432&highlight=mosfet+regulator+install Bike is a 2006 950 Adventure.