Fried Stator Again

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Fried Stator Again

Postby Spudda » 03 Aug 2020, 22:52

Went out Sunday for a few hours around Shropshire when the clocks started flashing and then went off completely
Got home, turned off and turned back on to get a really flat battery and it wouldnt crank

I'll get her fixed and look at part ex'ing ;(
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Re: Fried Stator Again

Postby kiwikrasher » 03 Aug 2020, 22:54

Spudda wrote:Went out Sunday for a few hours around Shropshire when the clocks started flashing and then went off completely
Got home, turned off and turned back on to get a really flat battery and it wouldnt crank

I'll get her fixed and look at part ex'ing ;(


Was that with the mosfet rectifier I sent you on it Spudda? They really are stator eaters those bikes (gah)
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Re: Fried Stator Again

Postby Spudda » 03 Aug 2020, 23:03

Yes it is .... there's an upgrade to a series R/R SH847AA which are supposed to be the fix but its going in to a local independent Triumph specialist next week and we'll take it from there
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Re: Fried Stator Again

Postby kiwikrasher » 03 Aug 2020, 23:06

Spudda wrote:Yes it is .... there's an upgrade to a series R/R SH847AA which are supposed to be the fix but its going in to a local independent Triumph specialist next week and we'll take it from there


Bugger, sorry it didn’t work mate.
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Re: Fried Stator Again

Postby Spudda » 03 Aug 2020, 23:57

No worries mate ... it more than likely gave me a few more miles from the inevitable (doh)
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Re: Fried Stator Again

Postby C00kiemonster » 04 Aug 2020, 06:34

They really were the weakpoint on those bikes.
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Re: Fried Stator Again

Postby Perkles » 04 Aug 2020, 07:53

Spudda wrote:Yes it is .... there's an upgrade to a series R/R SH847AA which are supposed to be the fix but its going in to a local independent Triumph specialist next week and we'll take it from there

try a ricks motorsport rectifier ,its what most people use on cafe racer and custom builds and the after sales service is good
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