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August 28, 2018, 04:29:37 PMReply #15 on

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Another quick update:

I finally got round to doing the "Sasquatch Fix" with the rectifier wired directly to the battery. I used 10AWG wire and a 30volt maxi fuse and holder.


So at the start of all this without any modifications I was getting 12.5V on tickover, and about 13V throughout the rev range.

Then with a new SH847 rectifier on the bike I was getting 12.9V on tickover, and about 13.8V throughout the rev range.

And with the SH847 and "Sasquatch Fix" I am getting 13.1V on tickover, and a constant 14.3V throughout the rev range.

So an expensive way to gain 1.3 volts, but hopefully worth it   :icon_wink:


Thanks for your help everyone  :icon_salut:
Safe Riding.

Regards,
Graeme.

September 22, 2018, 07:51:44 PMReply #16 on

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Well.... the fun didn't last !! With only 500 miles on the clock since fitting the new rectifier, the stator decided to pack in  :icon_sad:

I got a new one from Rick's Motorsport UK distributor, and all is well again  :icon_biggrin:
Safe Riding.

Regards,
Graeme.

September 24, 2018, 12:16:35 PMReply #17 on

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Fitted an Electrosport one to mine at the weekend, be interesting to see which lasts longest!
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September 24, 2018, 08:51:17 PMReply #18 on

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Fitted an Electrosport one to mine at the weekend, be interesting to see which lasts longest!

Yeah, I did a lot of checking on which was the most reliable. Rick's seemed to get some great write-ups. Without wishing to sound disrespectful, the Electrosport one got a pasting  :icon_sad:

You know what's going to happen now don't you, lol ??  :icon_wink:
Safe Riding.

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Graeme.

September 26, 2018, 07:43:03 AMReply #19 on

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September 26, 2018, 10:41:17 AMReply #20 on

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While working on my pal's R1 t'other day, I noticed the RR is mounted inside the airbox, before the filter. What a good idea I thought! Constant airflow when engine is running unlike any of the triumphs! :^_^
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Well after a bit if research have decided to go with replacing the Rectifier on my 2006 Tiger 955i with Shindengen SH847 kit (Jack @  RoadsterCycle.com) also looking at a Triumph T3 Link Lead  T2500676.

Can anyone out there advise if the Triumph T3 Link Lead  T2500676 will be required or can I do without.

Thanks in Advance  :wheel

February 12, 2019, 11:40:13 AMReply #22 on

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If you use the Triumph lead you just need the RegRec form Roadster not the whole kit as far as I can remember. The Triumph lead makes it plug and play.
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