OK, their numbers are based on their tester; each meter will show a different value based on a lot of variables, to complicated to explain here. When measuring any of the B lines to any of the other B lines, you are checking to see that the rectifier diodes (see 1J-1) are conducting; with the setup they are using, the IC is also involved. Your reading indicates that there is conduction, but your meter is measuring a higher value of voltage than theirs. What you need to verify that all measurements from each B to each other B are nearly the same. If any one is much higher or lower than the rest, you have a bad rectifier. Your readings from B/R to B/W should be similar to theirs, in that -B/R to +B/W should conduct through a diode-like device, and the other direction would read much closer to 0.
This is a coarse way of checking the basics, it will not tell you if the regulator is fully functional. Post your version of their table, and I can tell you if you have a major failure in the R/R, but there are other things to consider, like, do any of the wires into the stator conduct to the engine case? What is the voltage out of the stator when the engine is running? Does the IC correctly control the output voltage? Are the grounds to the regulator (B/W) clean and tight?
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'68-7? CB450 and '98 Valkyrie Tourer, too