If you get a heavy duty momentary switch for use with cables, you could do a push buttom starting system. You would just need to run a cable from the postive battery post to the switch, then from the switch to the A (Armature) terminal on the s/g.
The voltage regulator is easy too, the F (Field) terminal gets wired to the Field post on the generator, and the Gen post goes to the Armature post on the generator. Some regulators have a ground terminal, but yours may not if it grounds through the mounts. Just be sure to check that out.
Then to get the charging back to the battery, a wire from the Bat terminal on the regulator goes to the hot side of the starter switch. This is also where you would put a fuse and an amp gauge if you were using one.
Here's a diagram to make it a little easier:
One more thing.. if your regulator has an L (Load) terminal, that is where accessories such and lights would be run from. If there is a Load terminal and you will not be using it, be sure to tape it off with electrical tape.
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