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3-Phase 50A Charging Kit - CE85T

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Cycle Electric 3-Phase 50A Charging Kit - CE85T
  • Cycle Electric Inc. alternator kits combine our state of the art stator with our legendary bullet proof rectifying regulator and a stock Harley rotor.
  • They deliver better low speed output and a smoother charge to the battery for crisper starting and longer battery life.
  • You will not find a more durable or longer lasting system.
  • Kits produce 33A at 1,000 rpm and 50A at 2,500 rpm
  • Improved durability and dependability than stock system
  • Made in the U.S.A.

Replacement Parts:
Stator PART NO. 20-9599
Rotor PART NO. 20-9604
Regulator PART NO. 20-00613



Included Items:

(1) Stator
(1) Rotor
(1) Regulator

Specifications
Part #: 209612
Mfg #: CE85T
Amperage Output 50 Amp
Color Black
Type Charging System
Units Each
Voltage Output 12V
Weight 13.25 lbs
Alternate/OEM Part Number(s):
21120411
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Fitment for Cycle Electric 3-Phase 50A Charging Kit - CE85T

Part 209612 fits the following machines

Harley-Davidson
  • Dyna Fat Bob - FXDF 2009-2011
  • Dyna Fat Bob (EFI) - FXDF 2008
  • Dyna Fat Bob CVO/SE - FXDFSE 2009
  • Dyna Fat Bob CVO/SE - FXDFSE 2 2010
  • Dyna Low Rider - FXDL 2009, 2014
  • Dyna Low Rider (EFI) -FXDL 2008
  • Dyna Street Bob - FXDB 2009-2011
  • Dyna Street Bob (EFI) - FXDB 2008
  • Dyna Super Glide - FXD 2009-2010
  • Dyna Super Glide (EFI) - FXD 2008
  • Dyna Super Glide Custom - FXDC 2009-2011
  • Dyna Super Glide Custom (EFI) - FXDC 2008
  • Dyna Super Glide CVO/SE (EFI) - FXDSE 2 2008
  • Dyna Wide Glide - FXDWG 2010-2011
  • Dyna Wide Glide (EFI) - FXDWG 2008

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I bought this the bolts have red thread locker which can require over 500 degree heat to remove if it fails again how would you get them out?
Edsel B on Jul 14, 2017
BEST ANSWER: Thread locker used on these is not the liquid type and is not that strong
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