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post #1 of 25 (permalink) Old 06-28-2018, 08:49 PM Thread Starter
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So as the Regulator finally died and I just happened to be at dealer 2 days ago and the mechanic also said it was bad but not yet dead , they ordered me one under warranty and will be here tomorrow ( maybe ) , a couple weeks back when I suspected regulator was failing I ordered a Mosfet and its sitting on the bench. So question seeing as I had extended my warranty should I put in the Mosfet or the stock regulator? I realize the original had took a crap already once.

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Never had a problem with my stock regulator.
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Never had a problem with my stock regulator.
Neither did I until now, 23000 km and it was starting to act up.

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Just saying, in reference to your dilemma, they are reliable even if one failed.
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Just saying, in reference to your dilemma, they are reliable even if one failed.
I like your vote of confidence.

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70 USD for a victory regulator, coz polaris buys them in china too,

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If you have a bad starter relay it is only 7.2 USD for the Polaris one, same source where polaris gets them from ...

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Never had a problem with my stock regulator.
Everything works until it doesn't.

Whether it's a car, bike, computer, etc. the most famous line I always hear is "Well, it was working just fine before". Yep, things that break are usually fine before they do.
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hehe, love that... it's like 'it was in the last place I looked!' .. what? do you normally keep looking after you find something?
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Life is short? Bullshit! It's literally the longest thing anyone will ever do.



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