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post #31 of 38 Old 05-29-19, 15:08
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i had exact the same problem with my 2011 Daytona after i replaced a broken CPS. I bought a new aftermarket CPS from a guy in a german forum. Then i tried those china CPS (MadMels link) and it also failed. The stuttering was even worse with that one. Then i bought an OEM CPS from a Triumph dealer here in germany. Normalwise you dont get it separately, but this guy sells them for around 85€. This solved the problem for me. My bike runs perfect again. So i really donīt recommend aftermarket CPS as they simply donīt work properly. It took me weeks to find out, checking almost everything else and changing maps etc.


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Thats super helpful might get one as a spare. Who's the dealer?

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i had exact the same problem with my 2011 Daytona after i replaced a broken CPS. I bought a new aftermarket CPS from a guy in a german forum. Then i tried those china CPS (MadMels link) and it also failed. The stuttering was even worse with that one. Then i bought an OEM CPS from a Triumph dealer here in germany. Normalwise you dont get it separately, but this guy sells them for around 85€. This solved the problem for me. My bike runs perfect again. So i really donīt recommend aftermarket CPS as they simply donīt work properly. It took me weeks to find out, checking almost everything else and changing maps etc.


Greets from Germany
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The reason that nearly everyone who owns a Daytona looks at aftermarket CPSes is because their factory CPS has failed. Just like most aftermarket ones, the factory CPSes are junk, they're just much more expensive junk.
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If they work for you, great! For me they didnīt. Tried two of them!
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i had exact the same problem with my 2011 Daytona after i replaced a broken CPS. I bought a new aftermarket CPS from a guy in a german forum. Then i tried those china CPS (MadMels link) and it also failed. The stuttering was even worse with that one. Then i bought an OEM CPS from a Triumph dealer here in germany. Normalwise you dont get it separately, but this guy sells them for around 85€. This solved the problem for me. My bike runs perfect again. So i really donīt recommend aftermarket CPS as they simply donīt work properly. It took me weeks to find out, checking almost everything else and changing maps etc.


Greets from Germany
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Thats super helpful might get one as a spare. Who's the dealer?

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I'm thinking that @E30KK may have found a supplier for PVL CPSes, which are made in Germany and are stock on some Triumphs.
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Hi guys,


i had exact the same problem with my 2011 Daytona after i replaced a broken CPS. I bought a new aftermarket CPS from a guy in a german forum. Then i tried those china CPS (MadMels link) and it also failed. The stuttering was even worse with that one. Then i bought an OEM CPS from a Triumph dealer here in germany. Normalwise you dont get it separately, but this guy sells them for around 85€. This solved the problem for me. My bike runs perfect again. So i really donīt recommend aftermarket CPS as they simply donīt work properly. It took me weeks to find out, checking almost everything else and changing maps etc.


Greets from Germany
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I'm thinking that @E30KK may have found a supplier for PVL CPSes, which are made in Germany and are stock on some Triumphs.

I would be interested in buying one as well in case my current one fails again. Could you let us know where u bought it from in Germany? Thanks.
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So heres the update on my bike. It seems that the cps was causing all the problems. I swapped the cps that came with the ricks stator with the oem cps and no more hesitation at low rpms. Thank you all for all the help and support. U guys are awesome.
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Thanks for letting us know. I remember another guy with a faulty CPS but his stuttering was happening at somewhat higher RPM.
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Thanks for letting us know. I remember another guy with a faulty CPS but his stuttering was happening at somewhat higher RPM.
Over the years, I've had one that was no good at low RPM, and two or three that were cutting out at high RPM. I also am curious where @E30KK sourced his.
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