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Re: Charging issues have returned

Postby Spudda » 30 Oct 2016, 09:58

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Re: Charging issues have returned

Postby Spudda » 30 Oct 2016, 15:48

Been on charge for most of the morning and I've purchased a multimeter 8-|

Battery with bike off is 11.9
Bike running/idling battery is 11.1
Bike held at 3000rvs battery climbs to 11.8
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Re: Charging issues have returned

Postby StMarks » 30 Oct 2016, 16:31

Sounds to me very much like it is the charging system then mate, rather than just the battery. :(
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Re: Charging issues have returned

Postby Deegee » 31 Oct 2016, 10:12

Spudda, did you charge the battery either off the bike or disconnected from the leads?

Seems odd a battery reads 11.9v after charging, it should read 12.8v or more immediately you remove it from a charger.
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Re: Charging issues have returned

Postby kiwikrasher » 02 Nov 2016, 03:23

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Spudda, finally got my butt into gear

MOSFET FH012 R/R and Eastern Beaver wiring and plug kit. Everything you need, waterproof plug for stator output, loom from that plug to R/R and loom from R/R to battery.

AU$ 54.00 (~£34) Airmail with tracking (6 days)
AU$ 37.00 (~£23) Standard with no tracking (8 days)

Just PM me if your keen.
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Re: Charging issues have returned

Postby Spudda » 11 Dec 2016, 21:52

Kiwi .... sorry mate
are these better than oem ?
I think ive read that they are ....
Ill have it mate cheers (y)
Ill have the tracked option
Let me.have your email address and ill send the payment
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Re: Charging issues have returned

Postby Spudda » 11 Dec 2016, 22:23

Do I need to drain the oil to check the condition of the stator ?
Feel I should know the answer but ... nah (facepalm)
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Re: Charging issues have returned

Postby Monty » 11 Dec 2016, 22:35

Not all of it, lean the bike up against a wall with some cushions. 20 degrees should do it and put a bucket under the generator cover.
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Re: Charging issues have returned

Postby kiwikrasher » 11 Dec 2016, 23:21

Spudda wrote:Kiwi .... sorry mate
are these better than oem ?
I think ive read that they are ....
Ill have it mate cheers (y)
Ill have the tracked option
Let me.have your email address and ill send the payment


I'm out at work again Spudda, but home on Thursday. Yup the MOSFET is an upgrade to the shunt type the Daytona has. Upgraded plug from stator wiring to r/r as well.

I'll PM you once in home.
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Re: Charging issues have returned

Postby Spudda » 12 Dec 2016, 17:50

Cheers Monty
Thats great Kiwi, thanks
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Re: Charging issues have returned

Postby kiwikrasher » 12 Dec 2016, 18:24

Monty wrote:Not all of it, lean the bike up against a wall with some cushions. 20 degrees should do it and put a bucket under the generator cover.


The is a coolant hose connection that is in the way and makes it a right PITA to remove the cover, and I did read before I did the job the first time you needed to remove it (which requires draining the coolant system) but you don't. I had it apart at least 3 times and never removed it.

Also at normal oil levels and on rear track stand only I never got any oil from removing the cover.

My email is in your PM that I sent in Nov. Let me know if you can't find it.
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Re: Charging issues have returned

Postby Spudda » 12 Dec 2016, 22:05

20 degrees .... I might dirty my chicken strips (blush)
Thanks Kiwi .... frustratingly I have done it before
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Re: Charging issues have returned

Postby Spudda » 12 Dec 2016, 22:14

Considering the MOSFET is an RR upgrade, is there a stator upgrade or a stator that will fit?
I thought I read that someone had fitted a Ducati stator or a 675 ????
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Re: Charging issues have returned

Postby D41 » 19 Dec 2016, 17:53

Rick's Motorsports offers the stator upgrade... the guy is great to deal with, and knows his stuff. Plus it's WAAAY cheaper than the POS OEM unit.
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Re: Charging issues have returned

Postby kiwikrasher » 19 Dec 2016, 22:37

Spudda, need you to PM me your address
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Re: Charging issues have returned

Postby kiwikrasher » 06 Mar 2017, 03:23

Finally posted spudda, PMed you the details.
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