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name of the company remaking the early volt regulators #140393
10/23/08 11:46 AM
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what was the name of the company remaking the early style voltage regulators. They were taking the contacts out and putting modern guts in them. This is the little black box unit used from 61-69 that I am looking for.

thanks scott


I went to real time engeering website and I guess it's not them.

Re: name of the company remaking the early volt refulators [Re: maxie] #140394
10/23/08 12:12 PM
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Allmost NOS.

Re: name of the company remaking the early volt refulators [Re: 70challrtse] #140395
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they ain't cheap!

Re: name of the company remaking the early volt refulators [Re: badsixpack] #140396
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Re: name of the company remaking the early volt refulators [Re: gtx6970] #140397
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Re: name of the company remaking the early volt refulators [Re: maxie] #140398
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Scott, I think you can buy an electronic version and swap the guts into your '69 style case. One guy mentioned JC Whitney as having the electronic version that he used for his conversion.

Re: name of the company remaking the early volt refulators [Re: AZ_A12_BEE] #140399
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A few issues ago in mopar action e berg took a wells brand voltage regulator that has modern electronics in it and removed the cover and put on the cover from the old style regulator said it fit right on. May not look 100% but sounds cheaper to do.

Re: name of the company remaking the early volt regulat [Re: gtx6970] #140400
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Bill,
I couldn't locate this on your website. How about posting a link.

Re: name of the company remaking the early volt refulators [Re: Snoopy] #140401
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I have a mopar constant out put on the shelf in the garage.

Would I be better to run it?

Msd, battery in the trunk, and run an electric pump about 50 percent of the time


Thanks Scott

Re: name of the company remaking the early volt refulators [Re: badsixpack] #140402
10/24/08 12:45 AM
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they ain't cheap!





how much is not cheap?

I found them on the net for $25

Re: name of the company remaking the early volt refulators [Re: maxie] #140403
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Quote:

Quote:

they ain't cheap!





how much is not cheap?

I found them on the net for $25


Do you have a link for those?

Re: name of the company remaking the early volt refulators [Re: polaraholic] #140404
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I used a Duralast VR706 regulator from Autozone. I cut the ears off an old regulator cover then just epoxied it directly over the cover of the new one. It fits perfectly without removing the cover on the new regulator.






Re: name of the company remaking the early volt refulators [Re: Big_John] #140405
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I did the same as Big John. got mine at autozone or murrys for around $20 put the old cover on the new base, and painted the base and cover, got new bolts from Bill at http://www.amhightechauto.com/ . Then went to a local sign shop and had the script on the cover made into stickers, they gave me 4 sets for $40. looks ok works great.

Re: name of the company remaking the early volt refulators [Re: ademon] #140406
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Re: name of the company remaking the early volt refulators [Re: maxie] #140407
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maybe someone can scan the front of their original
voltage regulator and post it on the board so we can duplicate the letterings.

Re: name of the company remaking the early volt regulat [Re: GMP440] #140408
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Bill at A+M Hightech Automotive has them for $25. They are "Not" listed on his website.




Re: name of the company remaking the early volt refulators [Re: Snoopy] #140409
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Semi thread jack, my bee was switched to the dual field alt and new style regulator, is it possible to keep the dual field and use this type of regulator?


I can't afford this. mark
Re: name of the company remaking the early volt regulat [Re: a12superbee] #140410
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Ground one of the field connectors. The arrow shows you which one to ground.

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Thanks.


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Re: name of the company remaking the early volt refulators [Re: a12superbee] #140412
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FBO has them. i have an FBO on my 65 coronet; works good.

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