CE-540 End Bell Regulator Instructions
CE-540 12-volt regulator
will fit any model 65A. If used with battery it must be 7 amps or higher.
CE-540-L Same as the CE-540 but tuned for the 5.5 amp
battery in 6-volt oil tank.
CE-546 6-volt regulator will fit on model 61. 2
brush, 6-volt generator.
THESE UNITS WORK WITH OR WITHOUT A BATTERY
For XL Models no modifications are needed.
For FL models fitted with CE-540 Series:
When installing a CE-540 series on an older generator (pre
1992 or after market) the fins will be at a 15-degree angle. This will not
affect performance. If you want the fins level with the motor replace drive end
plate (CEI # CG-8101) which have 2 sets of mounting holes 15 degrees apart to
allow level installation.
not fit some bikes with foot clutch. Overall length of generator is 7.58
inches. (Same length as 65A with stock chrome beauty cover)
Remove generator from bike.
Stand upright in suitable stand with gear down.
brush strap from generator.
(2) ¼ 28 locknuts from tie bolts.
end bell. Note: This is a good time to check the brushes. Be sure positive
lead wire (from “A” terminal to brush plate) does not touch armature.
new regulator by lining up the slot on the regulator to the roll pin on
generator housing. Using a soft mallet lightly tap regulator to seat
alternating from side to side evenly and straight. The regulator must be
firmly seated on the brush plate.
¼ 28 locknuts on frame screws. Use a thin Phillips head screwdriver to
line nuts on bolts. Use a thin wall deep well 7/16 socket to tighten nuts.
brown wire to “A” terminal on generator. Connect green wire to “F”
terminal on generator.
generator on bike.
“B” terminal on regulator to battery positive terminal with 14-gage wire.
We suggest using a fuse between the battery and regulator connection.
ensure proper regulation momentarily connect (flash) B&A terminals
with jumper wire.