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    Quote Originally Posted by chaos View Post

    Second set.
    For 07-10 (Between VIN 333179 & 461331) and engine number greater than 356142

    Rotor: T1300113. Made by Denso Japan. Requires puller T3880365
    Stator: T1300111. Dimensions: Coil to Coil 115mm, ID 42mm, OD 63mm, Depth approx 16mm.
    Engine Cover: T1260330. Two humps.

    Basically, the later engine cover is shallower so the stator that comes with it is shallower, but wider.
    Using the earlier, deeper stator with the newer, shallower cover = grinding.
    Are you sure on the stator depth dimension? My stator is 30mm if measuring it when it is lying on its side. 16mm would be a very thin stator indeed.

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    Please keep in mind.
    Those are not my measurements but an excerpt from a yrs old thread,on a different forum.(you have the links).
    However,16mm would make for a very thin stator indeed. Sadly I cannot confirm.....
    Perhaps it was a "typo".......

    26mm: Engine serial number up to and including 356142
    22mm: engine serial number 356143 and up

    https://rmstator.com/en_ca/generator-stator-for-triumph-speed-triple-1050-2005-2010

    https://rmstator.com/en_ww/generator-stator-for-triumph-speed-triple-1050-1050-r-sprint-gt-1050-st-1050-tiger-1050-1050-se-2005-2012

    Thats should slow your head spins some.




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    Quote Originally Posted by chaos View Post
    Basically, the later engine cover is shallower so the stator that comes with it is shallower, but wider.
    Using the earlier, deeper stator with the newer, shallower cover = grinding
    Forget the VIn#
    What is your engine #?
    The cover you removed was an T1260566. Correct?
    Therefore,the stator should be an T1300610.

    Your measurements are not exactly as those I've posted. I get that...However, they are on the larger side/early model, and that should be the most concerning.
    Installing the T1260808 is not advisable.
    Tread Carefully.
    Last edited by chaos; 11-05-2020 at 12:49 PM.

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    I decided to just re-use the plain stator cover that was on the bike when I bought it and used the non metal gasket. Changed the oil, torqued all the stator cover bolts to 9Nm and she is good to go.

    I will keep the embossed stator cover (T126080 for now and get the proper stator later down the line.

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    A wise decision...
    You can install the embossed cover when the time comes to replace the R/R. Then spring for an #'s matching correct stator (aftermarket) and rotor.
    Last edited by chaos; 11-07-2020 at 08:20 PM.

 

 
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