Hi guys, I'm new to the forum and looking forward to tapping into this knowledge base. I'm sorry if this topic has been beat to death in the past, I did search for similar threads and found some good information, but I had a few more questions. I just purchased a 1996 VFR750 and after only about a week of owning it, it lost all electrical and nothing happens when I turn on the key. The weekend before I went on a ride over the mountains through rain and snow and after that, the electrical problems started. After getting through the nasty weather, I found a hotel and stopped for the night. The next morning the battery was barely turning over the engine and I had to borrow a jump pack from a guy that worked at the hotel. I thought that was odd, but it was cold and I had a long ways to go to get home so I didn't investigate further. I stopped for gas and it turned over slow again, but it did fire, so I made it home. Not thinking too much about it, I put the battery on the charger when I got home. I fired it up to go to work the next day and on my ride to work I noticed the headlight and dash lights flickering, but it was running fine. I was early so I stopped at a friends to say hi and chatted for a few minutes and when I went to start the bike to leave, it was cranking slowly again. It backfired, and after it backfired it lost all power. I was thinking the vibration from the backfire rattled an already loose wire off its terminal. After doing some reading on here, I'm guessing the regulator/rectifier was going bad, which probably fried the battery. I'm planning on getting the Roadster Cycle super Mosfet kit. Will it bolt right up? Are the 3' battery cables and 12" staor wires long enough for the VFR? Do you guys think this would fix the electrical problem? I figure it's a good starting point. Are these bikes known for having electrical problems after an extended amount of wet riding? Unfortunately, I wasn't smart enough to check the running voltage. I just figured it was a weak battery and I was planning on ordering a new one. Sorry for the long post, but I appreciate any guidance on this, I'm terrible with electrical systems. Also, I included a selfie from when I went on that dumb ride through the snow, I shoulda had chains on haha.