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Going to their website, it is puzzling.
200 series with "T" pigtails is only 18-22 amps.
Whereas 2007 up (EFI) models are 32 amp stators

300 series is not showing "T" pigtails.

https://www.denniskirk.com/cycle-ele...rd/2001688.sku

As much as I appreciate Cycle Electric, unless additional info is available, you may want to consider an alternative

https://www.denniskirk.com/v-factor/...rd/2012538.sku
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http://cycleelectricinc.com/RECTIFIER.html

The Cycle Electric CE-212 listed for 2009-2013 does not show a corresponding part number (74711-08).

You may want to contact them and ask why they do not appear to offer a 32 amp for 2009-2013 and why they offer only a 22 amp.

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Going to their website, it is puzzling.
200 series with "T" pigtails is only 18-22 amps.
Whereas 2007 up (EFI) models are 32 amp stators

300 series is not showing "T" pigtails.

https://www.denniskirk.com/cycle-ele...rd/2001688.sku

As much as I appreciate Cycle Electric, unless additional info is available, you may want to consider an alternative

https://www.denniskirk.com/v-factor/...rd/2012538.sku
Exactly! That is what I see after looking for Cycle Electric by your recommendation. Right now only to have my bike working and search for the other ghost I'm installing the old connectors to a Drag Specialties 32A regulator that a friend have for other model (have same specs as the Sportster, only the connectors change), but I continue searching for a final alternative and have this frankenstein as a backup
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Found a 2015 Cycle Electric catalogue showing a CE-212 with a corresponding 74711-08 H-D number...which has been omitted from newer catalogs.

Still not finding an explanation for why a 18/22 amp rectifying regulator would be recommended for a 32 amp system.

Called 937-884-7300 in Ohio, but it rang for over two minutes without answer.
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Found a 2015 Cycle Electric catalogue showing a CE-212 with a corresponding 74711-08 H-D number...which has been omitted from newer catalogs.

Still not finding an explanation for why a 18/22 amp rectifying regulator would be recommended for a 32 amp system.

Called 937-884-7300 in Ohio, but it rang for over two minutes without answer.
Interesting, you are intrigued same as me. Thanks for the effort. I try to call but in my case no one pick the phone
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Interesting, you are intrigued same as me. Thanks for the effort. I try to call but in my case no one pick the phone
Found a possible alternative to contacting CE.
Will advise if there is a response.
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