Over 70,000 products to choose from. Triumph Daytona 955i 1999 Replacement Regulator Rectifier Unit.
A failing rectifier will prevent you battery charging as it will no longer produce the required DC current and can cause damage to your battery & electrical system as it is not supplying the correct voltage. The battery may be damaged beyond repair as it gets too hot and you may find that bulbs are brighter than normal & have a shorter lifespan.
This high quality regulator/rectifier that has been specifically designed to replace the unreliable OEM part on several Triumph models. It incorporates a very efficient heat sink which keeps the temperature of the unit down. Internally only the best quality components for the power circuits are used.
The result is a very high quality unit that is far superior to the OEM regulator. This regulator/rectifier controls output power accurately and provides for a stable charge rate of the battery across the whole RPM range.Your item will be professionally & carefully packed and despatched in a timely manner. If you change your mind. If you have simply changed your mind about any item ordered and you wish to return it, then you can do so provided you inform us of your decision within 30 days of receipt.
If your items are faulty on arrival, you should inform us as soon as reasonably possible. We are not responsible for the loss or damage of items during their return. Return address M&P Direct Ltd. Phoenix Way, Garngoch Industrial Estate, Gorseinon, Swansea.
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This item is in the category "Vehicle Parts & Accessories\Motorcycle Parts\Electrical & Ignition Parts\Regulators". The seller is "m_and_p" and is located in this country: GB.
This item can be shipped to United Kingdom.