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I am replacing my rectifier with an aftermarket one and looking for a plug cap for this connector. I am bypassing the battery connection in the harness and going directly to the battery. I have looked everywhere I can think of to no availability. Anybody know where I can purchase one? I think it is called a molex connector? Looking to cap it off to prevent it from being filled with junk and debris. I have put electrical tape on it for the short term. Thanks
 

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Molex is just a catch all that people use, but its actually a brand not a type. When I get around to doing something with mine I plan on using DTP connectors, they are weather proof and capable of carrying a lot more current. The OE connectors are terribly unsuited for the application.


Or use the method belter uses to rewire them. There is a write up here somewhere on what he does.
 

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Thanks for the replies. I am wiring the bike like this diagram.
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Here are the new connectors that I am using with the upgraded SH847 rectifier regulator mod. Much more robust watertight connectors compared to Oem connectors that Ducati supplied on the 2010 Hypermotard.
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Thanks Kevgentile. That’s where I bought the kit. Jack is a great guy, unfortunately he didn’t stock the plug caps due to he replaces the stock connectors.
 
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