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post #11 of 17 Old 09-16-12, 18:11
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Sure sounds like the reg/rec. Get your dealership to replace it for free. https://www.triumph675.net/forum/showthread.php?t=64854
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Sure sounds like the reg/rec. Get your dealership to replace it for free. Triumph is replacing all old R/R units with the new Mosfet free of charge - Triumph675.Net Forums
Thanks for posting that up, I'll be giving my local dealer a call tomorrow.

Unfortunately they are about 40 miles away, gotta figure out how to get the bike there
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post #13 of 17 Old 09-16-12, 18:37
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I agree. Although I have been told to charge a new battery for 48 hours continuously. Whatever, you need to charge it for a lot longer than you have. This way your battery will last longer.
You really need to do this, otherwise your new battery is going to be scrap within a few weeks. Ask me how I know!


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You really need to do this, otherwise your new battery is going to be scrap within a few weeks. Ask me how I know!
Either way, the battery voltage is not increasing when the bike is on and reved up, there has to be a charging issues going on with the bike
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Either way, the battery voltage is not increasing when the bike is on and reved up, there has to be a charging issues going on with the bike
Def sounds like the r/r problem to me too. I eould give marks motorsports a call in enfield they ran my vin when i asked them about this recal and they got back to me in a day or so to tell me that i was covered. They are however first come first serve basis on their repairs so if you want her back you need to get her there. Im waitong till thw end of the season to do mine! i want to ride mine for now :D:D keep us updated

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I'm taking mine in to Branchville for this as a precaution (it has exhibited no issues to date). They do need the bike on site and they need to retain the old part. Inconvenient but it should resolve your issues and help with resale when the time comes.
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Try pushing it from the side with the kickstand;-)

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