CYCLE ELECTRIC INC
CE-500 Installation Instructions
The CE-500, CE-500L and CE-500S are replacement regulators
for the DGV-5000, DGV-5000L and DGV-5000S generators with built in regulator.
The generator portion of each model is the same. The regulators are interchangeable
and determine which model generator you have.
Note: If you are putting a regulator on a stander model 65a generator use
CE-500 is the
standard model used for most applications. Always used on electric start.
CE-500L is a lower
voltage model specially tuned for smaller 12-volt batteries used in horseshoe
CE-500S has terminals that come out on the opposite
side for use with S&S engine cases.
Remove generator from motorcycle and place on suitable stand
so shaft end is pointing down and regulator end is pointing up.
Remove brush strap
Remove two ¼” nuts from frame screws on regulator end using a
deep thin wall 7/16” socket.
Use a soft mallet to tap in an upward motion on regulator to
loosen it. When loose slowly lift regulator off frame screw. Carefully flip
regulator upside down and hold in hand. Use a 3/8” nut driver or socket to
disconnect white and black wires from stud terminals. Keep track of the nuts
and lock washers.
regulator in hand with fins facing down. Connect white wire on regulator
to the single terminal closest to the frame screw. This terminal will have
a field coil wire connected to it. Route wire between frame screw and
commutater. Install a # 10 lock washer than a 10-32 nut on stud. Hold
wires in between frame screw and commutater and tighten nut with 7/16” nut
driver or socket.
black wire from regulator to terminal on positive brush holder closest to
field terminal. Insert #10 lock washer and 10-32 nut and tighten. Route
wire between commutater and frame screw
index finger to hook wires around the outside of frame screw while
flipping regulator over and on to the frame screws. This should put the
wires in the right place. If the wires are too high they may get pinched
between the frame screw and regulator. If the wires are too low they may
get pinched between the regulator housing and brush plate.
slot in regulator with roll pin generator housing. Rotate regulator in a
counter clockwise direction to take out slack. Tap lightly with soft
mallet to set regulator firmly on brush plate.
two ¼”-28 locknuts. Use a thin Phillips head screwdriver to line up nuts
on bolts. Use a thin wall deep well 7/16”socket and tighten nuts evenly.
brush strap. Align pinch point at 7:00.
Have A Good Ride!!
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