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It seems that theres alot of voltage stabilizer in the market..Lots of voltage stabiliser out there like raizin, power abuser, vs1, ignition earth.. Some are costly some are reasonable.. If youre on a tight budget, dont wanna spend money on ready to mount voltage stabilzer and have some time to spare, im gonna show you how to make your own quality voltage stabilizer at less than 20 bucks..

 

The schematic of voltage stabilizer with led indicator and fuse

http://i11.photobucket.com/albums/a169/malex_sky/1580b1b7.jpg

 

There are lots of website with detailed tutorial on making one yourself.. Just google diy voltage stabilzer..

 

Stuff you will need:

Pcb board, cost $1.20

To solder all your capacitors

http://i11.photobucket.com/albums/a169/malex_sky/0dc3bc43.jpg

 

Wires, cost $4.30

Dont use normal wires as it will get burn.. Use the thick one..

http://i11.photobucket.com/albums/a169/malex_sky/ebef4983.jpg

 

Lugs, cost $2.10

to connect the wires to the battery and pcb board

http://i11.photobucket.com/albums/a169/malex_sky/8a8a3d00.jpg

 

The capacitor itself, cost $4.90 for 10 piece 25v 1000uf.. Im using low esr capacitor.. Anything that is 25v dc capacitor will work fine.. 10 piece makes up 10000uf which is more than normal vs like those blue raizin.. You can add as much capacitor as you like..

http://i11.photobucket.com/albums/a169/malex_sky/d315b848.jpg

 

You will also need a soldering iron set and some screws..

 

Solder your connectors to the wire

http://i11.photobucket.com/albums/a169/malex_sky/1c49fc18.jpg

 

Drill the pcb board and mount the wire and screw on.. I solder around the pcb board where the screw will come in contact with..

http://i11.photobucket.com/albums/a169/malex_sky/e6b4894e.jpg

http://i11.photobucket.com/albums/a169/malex_sky/9235a447.jpg

 

I then start to solder all the capacitor

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http://i11.photobucket.com/albums/a169/malex_sky/ab0fad8c.jpg

 

Its done..

http://i11.photobucket.com/albums/a169/malex_sky/3f23c487.jpg

 

Next, just find a hobby box to put everything inside about 2 bucks.. And mount it to your bike.. Positive to positive, negative to negative.. Thats all..

 

For those intereted to make your own power abuser ignite, power booster, ignition advance booster, spark optimizer for less than 20 bucks i will upload the tutorial soon.. It basically the same as voltage stabilizer..

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Ceramic ones. Think Sim Lim Tower should have them. Last i check, they do have it in stock. Kai Chin.

 

http://diy.mozaks.net/data/engine_diy/2_mfnsyuwqtm_volt_stabilizer.jpg

 

This was the diagram I used.

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That will do the trick as well.. The aim is to flatten the ripples made by the alternator.. Currently im more eager to make those spark optimizer tutorial.. They are selling good and very pricey at 230 bucks for a small black box that cost less than 10 bucks.. Made a few for my friends.. See when the parts arrive i will put the tutorial up.. Its easy to make.. Once its mAde, will give the sparky away, since i cant install on my bike..

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voltage stabilizer are made of nothing much but just capacitors connected in parallel to the motorcycle batteries... capacitors are used to filter or smooth out the ripples.. you can only see these ripples of waveform through oscilloscope.. i used to mess around with it...

 

http://i11.photobucket.com/albums/a169/malex_sky/oscilloscope-tektronix-2445B-7cs.jpg

 

 

ac current or alternating current waveform looks like this

http://i11.photobucket.com/albums/a169/malex_sky/waveform2.png

 

a rectifier is used to turn alternating current to direct current called DC.. the rectifiers made of only allows the current to move forward.. so it cuts off the bottom wave form to provide direct current

http://i11.photobucket.com/albums/a169/malex_sky/waveform3.png

to this

http://i11.photobucket.com/albums/a169/malex_sky/waveform4.png

 

in motorcycle alternator or so called magnetic coil, it produce multiple phase waveform similar to this

http://i11.photobucket.com/albums/a169/malex_sky/alternatortorectifier-1.png

 

after the stator coil produce its electricity from a moving magnets, the current goes through the bike rectifier.. most rectifier have common wires. 3 yellow for alternating current, 1 black for ground and 1 red for positive..

http://i11.photobucket.com/albums/a169/malex_sky/afterrectifier.png

to this

http://i11.photobucket.com/albums/a169/malex_sky/rectifiertobattery.png

 

with the help of capacitors in parallel, i helps to smooth out the ripples created by the alternating current.. the green line..

http://i11.photobucket.com/albums/a169/malex_sky/batterywithcapacitor.png

to this

http://i11.photobucket.com/albums/a169/malex_sky/batterywithcapacitor2.png

 

in order to smooth out the current completely.. large capacitors are used to smooth out the fat wave and small capacitors are used to smooth out skinny wave.. thats the reason why some voltage stabilizer use variety of capacitor from small low uf to large high uf to get something like this

http://i11.photobucket.com/albums/a169/malex_sky/batterywithcapacitor3.png

to this

http://i11.photobucket.com/albums/a169/malex_sky/batterywithcapacitor4.png

 

names like power enhancer, power management unit, current simulator,,, battery tune are given to this device.. most of this that is connected in parallel to the battery are JUST A VOLTAGE STABILIZER... FACE THE FACT... ive seen bikes and cars that has more than 1 voltage stabilzer of different brands that he claims to give different use.. "this is current simulator, it gives all the electrical in your bike an equal amount of current, this is raizin, stabilize the voltage, this is battery donnue what optimizer, make your battery feels like new".. when i hear him say this and saw everything connected to the battery on his gsxr1000, i feel so so so so sorry for him.. might as well save all the money buy aftermarket pipe.. more power gain..

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The only experience i have with electronics is physics, D&T and building/modifying PCs. And i thought that capacitors their main purpose was to hold charge. Thanks all.

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in a ultra simplified summary:

 

normal voltage/current behavior:

http://b.pololu-files.com/picture/0J781.600.jpg?3c43835e2f339d3831f4cc7f8c45697b

 

with capacitors:

http://a.pololu-files.com/picture/0J779.600.jpg?1e1c59a00667722621921e814530b0da

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looks like alot of us outside is being cheated. sad case but true story. bro u shld start a CMO thread. for fun and to help other people. but how do you install it on bikes? you will need a casing to protect it from rain water going thru your seat eh?

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Nbk3, nice sample, nice oscilloscope.. Most of the voltage stabilizer i see is using a normal hobby box.. You can add silicone gasket to prevent water from seeping in.. But most of the plastic box i use didnt have any water problem. Cmo??.. See how bah...

 

The normal hobby box

http://i11.photobucket.com/albums/a169/malex_sky/76b0cb54.jpg

 

Theres also aluminium that is quite costly.. For cosmetic looks only.. Use it for one of my project.. The plastic one still better..

http://i11.photobucket.com/albums/a169/malex_sky/541a40a5.jpg

 

Box are available in lots of size.. You can find them at sim lim tower.. Didnt see the aluminium box there..

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voltage stabilizer are made of nothing much but just capacitors connected in parallel to the motorcycle batteries... capacitors are used to filter or smooth out the ripples.. you can only see these ripples of waveform through oscilloscope.. i used to mess around with it...

 

http://i11.photobucket.com/albums/a169/malex_sky/oscilloscope-tektronix-2445B-7cs.jpg

 

 

ac current or alternating current waveform looks like this

http://i11.photobucket.com/albums/a169/malex_sky/waveform2.png

 

a rectifier is used to turn alternating current to direct current called DC.. the rectifiers made of only allows the current to move forward.. so it cuts off the bottom wave form to provide direct current

http://i11.photobucket.com/albums/a169/malex_sky/waveform3.png

to this

http://i11.photobucket.com/albums/a169/malex_sky/waveform4.png

 

in motorcycle alternator or so called magnetic coil, it produce multiple phase waveform similar to this

http://i11.photobucket.com/albums/a169/malex_sky/alternatortorectifier-1.png

 

after the stator coil produce its electricity from a moving magnets, the current goes through the bike rectifier.. most rectifier have common wires. 3 yellow for alternating current, 1 black for ground and 1 red for positive..

http://i11.photobucket.com/albums/a169/malex_sky/afterrectifier.png

to this

http://i11.photobucket.com/albums/a169/malex_sky/rectifiertobattery.png

 

with the help of capacitors in parallel, i helps to smooth out the ripples created by the alternating current.. the green line..

http://i11.photobucket.com/albums/a169/malex_sky/batterywithcapacitor.png

to this

http://i11.photobucket.com/albums/a169/malex_sky/batterywithcapacitor2.png

 

in order to smooth out the current completely.. large capacitors are used to smooth out the fat wave and small capacitors are used to smooth out skinny wave.. thats the reason why some voltage stabilizer use variety of capacitor from small low uf to large high uf to get something like this

http://i11.photobucket.com/albums/a169/malex_sky/batterywithcapacitor3.png

to this

http://i11.photobucket.com/albums/a169/malex_sky/batterywithcapacitor4.png

 

names like power enhancer, power management unit, current simulator,,, battery tune are given to this device.. most of this that is connected in parallel to the battery are JUST A VOLTAGE STABILIZER... FACE THE FACT... ive seen bikes and cars that has more than 1 voltage stabilzer of different brands that he claims to give different use.. "this is current simulator, it gives all the electrical in your bike an equal amount of current, this is raizin, stabilize the voltage, this is battery donnue what optimizer, make your battery feels like new".. when i hear him say this and saw everything connected to the battery on his gsxr1000, i feel so so so so sorry for him.. might as well save all the money buy aftermarket pipe.. more power gain..

 

good info.

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How about ignition advancer? I can't think of how you can alter the advance w/o messing with the CDI or Pickup. And what does spark optimizer does? Seems like some fancy name for something pretty mundane.

 

Please shed some light. Thanks!

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bro, you should diy and then sell in garage sales. can earn i think. i will buy from you if you do it!

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Agreed. Some income to help you along this tough journey...

 

So basically, people order, then you make. People order, then you make. If you make make make, then people may not order. So in other words, like CMO like that ah...

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Power abuser ignition advancer??.. Its basically the same product as spark optimizer and power booster.. I really wonder how the price shoot up to 200 plus when the first ever built power booster cost 30 bucks.. A concept taken from super old cars with distributer/contact point brought to the modern world.. Im very 100 percent guarranty sure these people selling dont even know how the product came about.. This product had been copied and resale many many many times.. Some even claimed that its thier own product.. Often with patent pending printing.. Explanation of the microchip boosting the power on how it works..

 

It only has pnp type transistor, barrier diodes, fancy leds and a couple of twisted soldered wires on the capacitors... Wheres the microchip?? Work the maths..

 

How it work? In modern vehicles, coils are charge before hand.. the ecu then interrupts or break the circuit to fire the spark in the cylinder.. They dont work like normal cdi whereby the capacitor in the cdi unit is charge before it discharge to the coil to fire the spark plug.. Most modern coils are built into the spark cap itself... Some call it pencil coil if im not wrong.. These coils requires time to charge.. And to reduce the dwelling time, capacitors are used.. All thanks to its discharging rate.. It doesnt alter any timing.. No advance timing at all.. To advance or retard would require a change of woodruff key, timing key, shifting pick up coils or hall sensor and the best, fully adjustable ignition module, timing map to play around with...

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