Vape Charging System for Yamaha XS650Regular price $393.78
This is system is specifically for XS650s with a rephased 277º crank. Upgrade that old XS650 electrical system with a powerful, modernized, all-in-one solution. You'll have brighter lights and won't be stranded by a low battery. You could even run your XS with no battery at all.
The Vape charging system comprises a 12 Volt 180 Watt single-phase permanent magnet alternator (PMA) and a Revival exclusive regulator/rectifier compatible with lithium-ion, AGM, and lead-acid batteries. This system provides a considerable voltage increase at low RPMs, meaning you're reaching charge voltages sooner and not just relying on your battery voltage in stop-and-go traffic. The ignition system produces its own power, so the stator only needs to maintain voltage for the starter and lighting.
Here is the essential reading!
Vape ignitions are made to order; depending on availability, delivery times may be 4-8 weeks.
Make sure you have selected the correct system for your make and model. If you have any questions, please reach out to us before checkout. Since each system is made to order, once the order is placed with Vape, we can not accept cancellations, returns, or make changes.
CLICK THIS LINK FOR GUIDANCE ON FITMENT AND INSTALLATION.
- Be sure to revisit the link to the Vape installation guide provided near the bottom of our product page for this specific kit.
- You can integrate Vape systems with the Motogadget mo.Unit for a 100% modernized electrical system on a vintage bike.
- Pay particular attention to the instructions regarding tightening all of the screws on the ignition. They are finger-tight from the factory. We recommend using a blue thread locker on all hardware to eliminate any possible backout from vibration.
- Vape kits do not come with a woodruff key slot. We hear concerns about this from time to time. We use these on our own projects and in all the years we've sold these, we've never seen a single issue. Many bikes don't use keys, and a correctly installed rotor doesn't need one. Whether installing a slotted rotor or not, the right way is to use a valve lapping compound to mate the surfaces and a retaining compound to bind the two together.
- stator unit
- rotor puller
- fastening hardware