No, it's easy to change. It's in the left fron fairing bolted to the radiator via a plastic arm like piece.If it comes down to it is a rectifier an expensive/ difficult part to change?
Not really. Is there AC voltage going to the rectifier from the stator?So I've tested it and its not charging. Is there a way to test the rectifier?
opcorn:The regulator/rectifier on your R6 is full of diodes, most meters require you to be on a diode setting or VDC becuase you are going to get a VDC reading. The manual wont tell you but the average spec of a diode is 0.3VDC-0.8VDC, and being that it is a 3-phase PMS system you will have 12 checks to perform on the regulator/rectifier. I will try and find a diagrahm on how to check it or maybe even make a video tomorrow.