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CT110 Headlight Voltage Regulator (6 Volt)
This unique device is the result of many years of repairing Honda motorcycles. This particular design is only for the 6 Volt
models, not the Australian 12 Volt models.
Some CT110's develop a habit of blowing the headlight bulb filaments, due to excess headlight Voltage. Usually this problem
manifests after many years of trouble free operation. Over time, we began to identify that somehow the stator coil (the AC
generator, alternator, or what Honda calls the dynamo) begins to output excess Voltage to the headlight. Headlight bulbs blow
without warning from this over Volt condition.
It is also possible to blow headlight bulbs if the battery is disconnected, missing, neglected, discharged, or for any reason is
unable to accept proper charge. This increase in headlight Voltage is common to several Honda motorcycles.
The 6 Volt CT110 headlight is powered directly from the engine stator, with AC power. The Pardue Brothers have designed and
tested this device to destruction, and it has earned our seal of approval. We hope it rates as a quality item that Soichiro Honda
would have approved of.
While the device is simple to install, we recognize that not everyone has extensive wiring experience. These instructions will
guide you step by step to make the installation.
Thank you for your business.
The regulator will prevent excessive Volts from blowing headlight bulbs.
Bulbs will still blow from vibration and other normal causes.
If you have any problems or questions please review the instructions and
insure you have done a good job wiring and installing the Voltage Regulator.
We are always available to assist you via email at info@parduebrothers.com
The part # 6VACRMB CT110 Headlight Voltage Regulator is Made to Last
It is Built Strong to Last Long and is Designed and Manufactured
in the United States of America by Americans that love to ride, repair, and
customize motorcycles
Warranty and Statement of Non Disclaimer:
The 6 Volt Honda CT110 Headlight Voltage Regulator is assembled by hand at our shops in Florida.
A great deal of care is taken to test each Regulator three times during the manufacturing process, once during initial circuit assembly,
once after final assembly, and again before shipping. We feel like this is the best way to guarantee you get a solid performing part
that will last for many years, and give trouble free service.
That said, the 6 Volt Honda CT110 has a unique electrical system that depends on good electrical connections throughout,
and also a good 6 Volt lead acid battery as originally equipped by Honda. We define a good battery the way Honda does: a good battery is
capable of being recharged; a good battery will consume one or more Amps of charging current, and will also discharge one or more Amps at 6
Volts or more into a load such as the headlight.
If the battery fails to take a charge, or if the bike has poor electrical connections, missing parts, one or more blown bulbs, has a defective rectifier,
or if the battery is missing or disconnected, the Voltage that normally charges the battery is diverted to the headlight, tail light, stop light, dash
illumination light, neutral safety light, high beam indicator light, turn signal system, and horn. The headlight will generally blow the selected low or
high beam filament very quickly if the battery is in poor condition, poorly connected, or is missing altogether.
This product is not intended to replace the battery. This product is designed to protect the headlight filament from blowing out when the headlight
Voltage is excessive due to a fully charged battery. In the event the battery is defective, missing, disconnected, or poorly connected, the Pardue
Brothers 6 Volt Honda CT110 Headlight Voltage Regulator will try to regulate the excess Voltage and it will generate a lot of heat if this happens.
Your bike wiring, stator, switches, or other systems such as the stator may develop problems from the extra load. It is possible to ruin the Pardue
Brothers 6 Volt Honda CT110 Headlight Voltage Regulator and damage your bike if you operate it under these conditions.
Because this is a product designed for off road, racing, and high performance use, we cannot be held liable or responsible in any way for any
problem that arises from its use. Because you are fitting this device to a used, old motorycle with an electrical system that had a weak design to
begin with, and because you or someone you choose is performing the installation of the device, we cannot warrant or guarantee the device to be
fit for any purpose except as filler material for the box it shipped in. By opening the box and removing the contents, you assume full liability for any
sort of problem, malfunction, damage, or inability to use, ride, or service your motorcycle. Our maximum liability shall be the replacement of the
product. Under no circumstances, Act of God, or for any and all reasons, will the Pardue Brothers be held liable for your use of this product.
If you think it is not working, send it to us, we will test it. If you send us a good story or photos of how you broke it, we will probably give you a new
one. Maybe. As with all electrical parts, you have no recourse except to ask us to test the device, which we may or may not decide to replace.
We build these things to endure and if you connect it properly to a well-maintained bike, it should last longer than your bike does.
if its this good its from the labs and workshop of jon pardue
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CT110 Headlight Voltage Regulator (6 Volt) Installation
STEP 1: Remove Headlight Bulb and Trim Ring Assembly to Get at the Headlight Wiring
headlight
ground
chassis
ground
headlight
switch
power
engine
stator
STEP 2: Unplug ground and headlight switch wiring
headlight
ground
chassis
ground
Disconnect the Green Wire from Headlight Bulb to Chassis Ground Connector
engine
stator
Disconnect Engine Stator Yellow from Headlight Switch Yellow
headlight
switch
power
STEP 3: Plug In the Headlight Regulator
Connect Voltage Regulator Ground(Green with Female)
to Headlight Bulb Ground (Green Male)
Connect Voltage Regulator Ground
(Green with Male) to Bike Chassis Ground
headlight
ground
chassis
ground
CT110
6vacrMB
headlight
switch
power
engine
stator
Connect Voltage Regulator (Yellow Male)
to Engine Stator (Yellow Female)
Connect Voltage Regulator (Yellow Female)
to Headlight Switch (Yellow Male)
STEP 4: Position Regulator and Re-Install Headlight
Position the Voltage Regulator in the Headlight Bucket, Up and Back
Towards the Speedometer, Away from the Middle of the Bucket
Re-Install the Headlight.
if its this good its from the labs and workshop of jon pardue
http://www.parduebrothers.com
1980 CT110 Headlight Voltage Regulator (6 Volt) Installation
STEP 1: Remove Headlight Bulb and Trim Ring Assembly to Get at the Headlight Wiring
headlight
ground
chassis
ground
engine
stator
yellow
band
headlight
switch
power
STEP 2: Unplug ground and headlight switch wiring
headlight
ground
chassis
ground
Disconnect the Green Wire from Headlight Bulb to Chassis Ground Connector
engine
stator
Disconnect Engine Stator Yellow from Headlight Switch Blue/White
headlight
switch
power
STEP 3: Plug In the Headlight Regulator
Connect Voltage Regulator Ground(Green with Female)
to Headlight Bulb Ground (Green Male)
Connect Voltage Regulator Ground
(Green with Male) to Bike Chassis Ground
headlight
ground
chassis
ground
CT110
6vacrMB
headlight
switch
power
engine
stator
Connect Voltage Regulator (Yellow Male)
to Engine Stator (Yellow Female)
Connect Voltage Regulator (Yellow Female)
to Headlight Switch (Blue/White Male)
STEP 4: Position Regulator and Re-Install Headlight
Position the Voltage Regulator in the Headlight Bucket, Up and Back
Towards the Speedometer, Away from the Middle of the Bucket
Re-Install the Headlight.
if its this good its from the labs and workshop of jon pardue
http://www.parduebrothers.com
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