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Engine noise coupled to speakers
(09-02-2015, 07:35 AM)SIR tricky Wrote: If you connect a voltmeter while the bike is running you will find that the voltage is over 14.2 when the noise starts, hence the decrease in noise when the stop lights are activated.

The regulator is not reading the correct voltage at the battery, a common problem.

If you make the changes according to the diagram, you should see the noise disappear.

I added the file in PDF in case you cant open a DOC file

I have have the same problem. Your answer makes perfect sense. Might explain why my regulator can get so hot that I worry about my tank shelter being deformed from so Much heat, you can hardly keep your hand on it. I found a temporary solution by installing additional driving lamps & turning them on when noise starts. I see that is only a temporary fix as I did not realize that my harness was not sensing the true battery voltage. Thanks Evan
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Engine noise coupled to speakers - by pstelter - 09-01-2015, 07:38 PM
RE: Engine noise coupled to speakers - by Evan - 11-15-2015, 06:23 PM

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