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alan40

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alan40 says:

Triumph Daytona electrical fault

I have a Triumph Daytona 600 2003 bike and after around 20 minutes of riding it cuts out. After a jump start it runs for another 20 mins again. I have just bought the bike and the previous owner said he put a new regulator/rectifier on and a new battery but it is still the same.

I have put a multimeter on the battery when its running and it shows around 16 volts.

Any ideas.

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AdieR

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AdieR says:

16 volts

is way too high and will be cooking your battery.

"The previous owner SAID he fitted a new reg/rec and battery" - unless you have documents (receipt for parts or a garage bill), I'd say its probably a good idea to check / change these yourself - that way you know.

If your reg / rec is OK, then your alternator will need checked.

Indeed, it's not impossible he's flogged the bike because of the charging fault (to save him the work / cost).

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jaffa90

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jaffa90 says:

16 volts

As AdieR says is too high but are you talking 16 v (ac) or (dc)?

To check the alternator output using 3 readings it`s in (ac).

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