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As some if not most all of you know, Suzuki did a horrible job placing the voltage regulator rectifier right in between the radiator and engine. Placing it there exposes the rectifier to excessive amounts of heat causing them go out, burn up or even catch fire.

(I myself, had my rectifier go out and boil a brand new battery in 4 days.)

Frustrated that no one sold a kit that easily relocated the rectifier to a more cooler and appropriate location, I fabricated this bracket for each and every 2006/2007 GSXR600/750 owner to buy and install with ease and save that newly purchased MOSFET rectifier or preserve your OEM one.

My patent pending design is a direct bolt on kit utilizing the same mounting holes in the frame from which the original OEM rectifier bracket is mounted. It fits flush behind the fairing and no modifications are required.

Each kit includes all necessary hardware and is applicable for use with either the factory OEM rectifier regulators or aftermarket MOSFET rectifiers. **No modification to your factory wiring harnesses. No additional wires are needed new pictures have been added to illustrate fitment**


Kit includes:

1 rectifier bracket powder coated black
2 black nylon barrel spacers
2 M6 mounting bolts to mount bracket to bike frame (USE LOCTITE)
2 M6 flanged button head screws to mount rectifier to bracket (match OEM fairing screws)
2 rubber grommets to be placed between the bracket and rectifier for shock absorption
2 nylon locking nuts to secure rectifier mounting screws to bracket
1 small square piece of the female side of velcro (this is to put on your frame where one of the nuts that attaches the rectifier to the bracket will SLIGHTLY be touching; it will prevent any scratches.)


**FREE SHIPPING INSIDE THE UNITED STATES. INTERNATIONAL SHIPPING COSTS APPLY OUTSIDE OF THE UNITED STATES. All brackets are now powder coated in matte black.**


$30 SHIPPED














 

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How much for the bracket and shipping to Toronto?
Looks like it would fit in the small first class envelope for around 10 bucks but I'm not certain.
 

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As some if not most all of you know, Suzuki did a horrible job placing the voltage regulator rectifier right in between the radiator and engine. Placing it there exposes the rectifier to excessive amounts of heat causing them go out, burn up or even catch fire.

(I myself, had my rectifier go out and boil a brand new battery in 4 days.)

Frustrated that no one sold a kit that easily relocated the rectifier to a more cooler and appropriate location, I fabricated this bracket for each and every 2006/2007 GSXR600/750 owner to buy and install with ease and save that newly purchased MOSFET rectifier or preserve your OEM one.

My patent pending design is a direct bolt on kit utilizing the same mounting holes in the frame from which the original OEM rectifier bracket is mounted. It fits flush behind the fairing and no modifications are required.

Each kit includes all necessary hardware and is applicable for use with either the factory OEM rectifier regulators or aftermarket MOSFET rectifiers. No modification to your factory wiring harnesses. No additional wires are needed new pictures have been added to illustrate fitment


Kit includes:

1 rectifier bracket powder coated black
2 black nylon barrel spacers
2 M6 mounting bolts to mount bracket to bike frame (USE LOCTITE)
2 M6 flanged button head screws to mount rectifier to bracket (match OEM fairing screws)
2 rubber grommets to be placed between the bracket and rectifier for shock absorption
2 nylon locking nuts to secure rectifier mounting screws to bracket
1 small square piece of the female side of velcro (this is to put on your frame where one of the nuts that attaches the rectifier to the bracket will SLIGHTLY be touching; it will prevent any scratches.)


FREE SHIPPING INSIDE THE UNITED STATES. INTERNATIONAL SHIPPING COSTS APPLY OUTSIDE OF THE UNITED STATES. All brackets are now powder coated in matte black.


$30 SHIPPED














I love it! How could I get this for my bike?
 

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Ancient thread but still relevant with relocating those rectifiers. This bracket is one of the best options around to relocating the rectifier. Definitely much better than in front of that hot radiator.



 

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As some if not most all of you know, Suzuki did a horrible job placing the voltage regulator rectifier right in between the radiator and engine. Placing it there exposes the rectifier to excessive amounts of heat causing them go out, burn up or even catch fire.

(I myself, had my rectifier go out and boil a brand new battery in 4 days.)

Frustrated that no one sold a kit that easily relocated the rectifier to a more cooler and appropriate location, I fabricated this bracket for each and every 2006/2007 GSXR600/750 owner to buy and install with ease and save that newly purchased MOSFET rectifier or preserve your OEM one.

My patent pending design is a direct bolt on kit utilizing the same mounting holes in the frame from which the original OEM rectifier bracket is mounted. It fits flush behind the fairing and no modifications are required.

Each kit includes all necessary hardware and is applicable for use with either the factory OEM rectifier regulators or aftermarket MOSFET rectifiers. No modification to your factory wiring harnesses. No additional wires are needed new pictures have been added to illustrate fitment


Kit includes:

1 rectifier bracket powder coated black
2 black nylon barrel spacers
2 M6 mounting bolts to mount bracket to bike frame (USE LOCTITE)
2 M6 flanged button head screws to mount rectifier to bracket (match OEM fairing screws)
2 rubber grommets to be placed between the bracket and rectifier for shock absorption
2 nylon locking nuts to secure rectifier mounting screws to bracket
1 small square piece of the female side of velcro (this is to put on your frame where one of the nuts that attaches the rectifier to the bracket will SLIGHTLY be touching; it will prevent any scratches.)


FREE SHIPPING INSIDE THE UNITED STATES. INTERNATIONAL SHIPPING COSTS APPLY OUTSIDE OF THE UNITED STATES. All brackets are now powder coated in matte black.


$30 SHIPPED














I bought a Ricks stator and rectifier for my K6 750. I knew of this issue but was misinformed of the proper location. I installed it the other way ( which is the wrong way and how it was when I bought the bike) hence the reason it went bad on me. I have yet to ride the bike since it is super cold here.
My question is,

1. is it still possible to relocate it?
2. if so I would like to purchase the mount.
I look forward to your reply.
 
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