Hi, New ricks stator, regulator/rectifier, vfrness, battery, digital voltmeter, installed summer of '17. Ran fine all late last summer in to fall. Bike put into hibernation for our Canadian winter. Woke it up, ran great. However about a month ago bike shut down, thankfully on a back road with no traffic. Turned on my voltmeter (had shut it off trying to break the habit of focusing on it lol) and sure enough low volts. Checked wiring. Let it cool. Pushed it, started, volts showed 14.2, thought ok, lose wire. Since then, starts fine, runs great, volt meter shows the charging system always coming on at start up, 14.2 volts. Then within 5 mins or perhaps up to 1 hr running time shutting down, volt meter showing 12.6 and slowly decreasing. I can shut off the bike and turn it right back on and volt meter shows 14.2. Then repeat, charging system shuts down. I've done the "drill" as written too many times to count on the stator and r/r, I did so hot and cold. The stator never stops making power or going to ground, even when the bike is running and volt meter at battery shows 12.6. I stripped the bike, checked every connection including ignition relay, removed and cleaned every ground. I called and talked to tech at Ricks, he agreed r/r. The Canadian company I bought the stator and r/r from agreed to replace it and give me a credit. All the same I need a new back tire anyway. Happy, was thinking obviously I got a bad new r/r. Installed the new one, no change. Needless to say very disappointed. Before I either drop money for a mosfet r/r, even more loonies and toonies for a OEM Honda r/r, or listen to the growing voice in my head that is telling me to sell it as is for peanuts, is there anything else that could possibly be doing this? i.e. could a fine looking starter relay, the CDI, or possibly a well working keyed ignition switch internals somehow be "telling" my charging system "ok shut down now you are not needed?" Thanks in advance.