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Unfortunately, all my links for cheaper sources are gone. The word from Roadstercycle is Polaris just raised the price and supply may be limited. Roadster has SH847 which is the newer upgraded version from Shindengen . I am not going to bother with prices as everything is out to lunch.

This is the link for Roadster Home

This link is $30 less than all the other ridiculous prices, for how long who knows Polaris 4012941 - Regulator : Babbitts Polaris Partshouse

Looks like I may be trying to buy some used ones this winter, sad to see this . For all those sitting on the fence, too late!!:frown2:

Compu-Fire 55402 , be aware not all pictures posted are the correct regulator , the 55402 is a 5 wire out regulator, positive;negative;3 phase input, be aware they make single phase that look the same, except they have 4 wire

http://www.ebay.com/sch/i.html?_from=R40&_sacat=0&_nkw=55402+regulator&_sop=15

https://compufire.com/catalogsearch/result/?q=55402


https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0035U7LRM/ref=asc_df_B0035U7LRM4659940?smid=A7A7QO7ETFNWF&tag=nextagmp-20&linkCode=df0&creative=395105&creativeASIN=B0035U7LRM&ascsubtag=-9186595551358574502
$150

http://www.2wheelpros.com/oem-parts/polaris-regulator-3ph-35a-series-105c-4012941-part.html $160

http://www.polarisparts123.com/cart $140
Compu Fire is about the same price, has a higher current rating, and will only fit on a 2015, with some difficulty, I say that because I had it on my 07, cooling fins were at right angles, and the foot print was larger. It was not a plug in regulator, so the end result between the Polaris and Compu Fire was the same ( both need splicing / crimp connectors) , however the Polaris could still be unplugged , whereas the Compu Fire has sealed integral wiring brought out, approx. 3 feet long, once you cut it back, you can't replace the wire from the regulator. For those questioning this, best to look at my 2015 install pictures.
 

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Used Ebay

If you don't mind buying a used unit, see: Used Polaris regulators on Ebay.
I looked at all of those, I would suggest to ask for a photo of the opposite side of the connector showing the part number, before I paid a dime, and when I say ask for a photo, have them post it on the auction, no recourse on verbal , unless you have several documented emails asking specifically for it. I say this from experience, over 200 transactions over a 12 year period, it is now fairly difficult because PayPal and Ebay have gone their separate ways!!

I have found that 98% of what is on Ebay is other than 4012941
 

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I looked at all of those, I would suggest to ask for a photo of the opposite side of the connector showing the part number, before I paid a dime, and when I say ask for a photo, have them post it on the auction, no recourse on verbal , unless you have several documented emails asking specifically for it. I say this from experience, over 200 transactions over a 12 year period, it is now fairly difficult because PayPal and Ebay have gone their separate ways!!

I have found that 98% of what is on Ebay is other than 4012941
I agree with everything you have said.
Note: I'm also a "regular" Ebay user ... 560 transactions since 2000.

I have suggested these used regulators because the seller has mentioned the Polaris part number and that these are from Polaris Rangers, etc. These all have the SH775 regulator installed at Polaris. A few buyers have also added comments saying that these are the real deal (part number 4012941).

Having said all that. I'm on the same page as onewizard. Do your homework. Have them confirm that this is part number 4012941.
 

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The one I bought had a picture of the numbers. Having been duped once already I definitely wanted to see the numbers.
 
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Did you purchase it from vendor powersportsnation?
Nope. There listings did not have good pkotos. Pirate MX did and has a long history of excellent reviews.

Hopefully I won't be duped again.

There is a 30 day money back guarantee.
 
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Ebay

Nope. There listings did not have good photos. Pirate MX did and has a long history of excellent reviews.

Hopefully I won't be duped again.

There is a 30 day money back guarantee.
Could you provide a link to the seller or the auction number, I would like to follow that seller.
 

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More than 1 Regulator

Thanks Steve
Went directly to his store,put in Regulator, no make and up comes this, c/w picture
Ignition Voltage Regulator From 2014 Polaris RZR 570 EPS #25 | eBay

This one has no picture of the number but cross reference claims the correct number, same seller:

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Ignition-Voltage-Regulator-2011-Polaris-RZR-800-S-20-/232140903007?vxp=mtr&hash=item360cad125f

And another seller C/W picture
http://www.ebay.ca/itm/13-Polaris-Ranger-800-6x6-Regulator-Rectifier-/162295838972?hash=item25c995f8fc:g:Mu0AAOSw5cNYOIH3&vxp=mtr
 

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Appear All Aftermarket Shunt

First two links, show a cross reference at the bottom, SH753 AA , last one says replaces SH775AA, someone wants to take a chance, better ask for a picture of the number, don't be surprised if the number doesn't exist.

FYI a little common sense kicks in here, when reputable sellers like Roadster Cycle says the price went through the roof, all suppliers are well over $140, yup price of that SH775AA looks good, also check the very reasonable shipping rate :thumbdown::thumbdown::thumbdown:

For those that don't know me, I am being sarcastic , some really crooked sellers out there, the last guy( not referring to the link here) I contacted 3 times, last email he said I could print the numbers 4012941 on myself!!
 

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I purchased a used SH775 on Ebay

About one month ago, I have purchase a used SH775 - 4012941 for $28.60 USD delivered in Champlain, NY.

The seller was hillboyz01.

The description read: Polaris RZR 800s Voltage Regulator, Rectifier, Good Condition, Tested.

Note: He had previously confirmed that it was a genuine SH775 - 4012941. :thumb:
 

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March 2017/ Used 4012941

Due to the erratic weather, there seems to be a surplus of used 4012941 regulators on fleabay, before purchasing, ask to see the opposite end of the connector with the part number shown, be careful, the shunt version is off by one digit, also shown is the SH #, a picture of what you should see is in this thread. Prices I have been able to get in the last month are $35 USD, don't worry about a little dirt or used, these regulators either work or don't.Also if they can't provide a picture, walk away, very likely shunt, that includes RM Stator, they have a posted replacement referenced to Polaris, it is in fact a shunt regulator, not series.
 

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Ebay Used Polaris 4012941

2014 Polaris RZR 570 UTV Voltage Regulator Rectifier | eBay Fourth photo on right displays the #4012941

http://www.ebay.com/itm/EB327-2011-11-POLARIS-RZR-800-S-VOLTAGE-REGULATOR-RECTIFIER-/292195155240?hash=item4408303d28:g:eeEAAOSwWmlZd5Lj&vxp=mtr for those in Canada, this post has the correct photo also

There are others in this $40 price range, however no photo showing the correct numbers, I have asked to have them post a second photo or confirm the numbers is on the end, preference is a photo. Lots of scammers out there.
 

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Is this a worthwhile mod to do even if I end up paying $150+ for a compu fire?

My bike has 13,000 miles.


The stator is currently $210 new from Partzilla so I guess it's chance of failure * chance of keeping bike for tens of thousands of miles * cost of stator and time to replace it.
 
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