Hi all you guru's out there. I have an '04 Hyosung GT250, and I am suspecting that I may have an issue with the charging system. For a start - a list of things I have noticed. When starting the bike, I do not get enough power to start it if I happen to have the indicators or headlight switched on. When it is started ( which has been easy enough once all the electrical load is off ) and is in neutral, if I turn on the headlights and/or indicators, I get a noticeable decrease in the intensity of the lights on the dash ( especially the neutral light ) which also changes intensity in time with the flashing indicators. I checked across the battery terminals, with the engine off it was approx. 12.8 volts, while running it lifted to about 13.5 v ( but seemed to take a while to get there ) From my past ( ex diesel mechanic ) I know I should be getting around 14.5 volts at idle, so I guess I need to be looking at the stator ( as I understand it the stator will output whatever voltage it can ) as opposed to the rectifier which will limit the voltage so as not to cause damage to the system. EG if the stator is outputting ( for example ) 20 volts the rectifier will condition that down to a useable voltage, BUT if the stator is not outputting enough volts, then the rectifier has nothing to do with the issue. Is that logic correct?