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by TR7RVMan
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Hi All, Need to learn about this regulator. I was told it's not really old. It has the dark brown potting material, not clear green like in new parts sellers photos.

What I really need to know is what is the wattage rating.

Will it handle 2 wire Wassell/Emgo 16A 200w two wire stator?

Has normal Lucas rotor with date code of 11/99

If it cannot handle the watts of the "special" high output 2 wire, what would happen?

Would/could it cause stator to overheat & melt?

Charging is working fine, battery is 12.67v & has no low voltage or running issues of any kind.

The new Tympanium is rated at 200w, but what about this one?

My very specific question is if my version of Tympanium is too low of watt rated, will this damage or overheat my 16A two wire stator?
Thanks, Don
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by The Bonneville Shop
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Just use the three phase CS4030 with the start capacitor. Tri Spark found the problem with the single phase without start capacitor in it, the CS4035.
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