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    Stator cover gasket part number for 2010

    I'm a bit confused as to which stator cover gasket I need for my 2010.

    This all started when I discovered a broken bolt inside one of the stator cover holes.



    Took off all the other bolts and pulled the stator cover off. Was able to use vise grips to turn the stud and get it out.



    The bike had been down on the left hand side and had an aftermarket stator cover. At least I think it is aftermarket because their is no Triumph embossment on it. Maybe there is an OEM version with and without?

    In any case the gasket that is on my bike is metal.



    Going online I found 2 part numbers for a 2010 based on VIN numbers. One metal and one not metal.

    This is where it gets all convoluted for me. Last 6 digits of my VIN is 4061XX.

    My understanding is that I would need the non metal version based on my VIN. Unless I am reading the VIN ranges wrong.

    What makes things even more confusing is that a UK Triumph site has a part number and the VIN range is more broad Triumph, SPEED TRIPLE (From VIN 210445 to VIN 461331)

    Gasket, Metal, Alternator
    Part Number: T1260009
    "> Eng No 403403"
    "> Eng No 406287"
    Eng No 356143 > Eng No 403403

    Gasket, Alternator
    Part Number: T1261098
    "> Eng No 356142"
    Eng No 403404 >
    Eng No 406288 >

    Maybe both work fine and I'm just stressing myself out over nothing?
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    Get the metal one

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    It will work fine with either gasket. The metal one is better. Hell I ran several years with just "forma gasket" liquid stuff before fitting a new cover that came with s steel gasket.

    In terms of stator cover, there are no afternarket covers. However, pretty much all 1050cc Triumph Triple motors after 09 (and some 08s through to at least 2012) all use the same size and fitting stator covers. Most I've seen are plain, although some are embossed/moulded with "Triumph" on them, but they will all fit. Remembering that motor was used in Sprint 1050 STs, Sprint 1050 GTs, Tiger 1050s, and of course Speed Triples. So the stator covers between models are interchangeable, as are the stators.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bad Santa 1050 View Post
    It will work fine with either gasket. The metal one is better. Hell I ran several years with just "forma gasket" liquid stuff before fitting a new cover that came with s steel gasket.

    In terms of stator cover, there are no afternarket covers. However, pretty much all 1050cc Triumph Triple motors after 09 (and some 08s through to at least 2012) all use the same size and fitting stator covers. Most I've seen are plain, although some are embossed/moulded with "Triumph" on them, but they will all fit. Remembering that motor was used in Sprint 1050 STs, Sprint 1050 GTs, Tiger 1050s, and of course Speed Triples. So the stator covers between models are interchangeable, as are the stators.

    Cheers.

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    Hey Bad Santa, thanks for the info. I just wasn't sure if I needed either or. Good to know that both will work. I was able to track down a stator cover that had the embossed logo so I will be putting that on and keeping the old one as a spare. After taking the existing stator cover off, I did see that there was some sealant near the rubber grommet (?) where the stator wires go out. Was not sure if I needed to put some on there when I put everything back together and what is the recommended sealant?

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    I used a little black RTV there

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    Just FYI for anyone who wants to know. The plain stator cover is part number 1260566. The version that has the Triumph logo on it is part number 1260808. The gasket part number is T1261098.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jelorian View Post
    Just FYI for anyone who wants to know. The plain stator cover is part number 1260566. The version that has the Triumph logo on it is part number 1260808. The gasket part number is T1261098.
    Those two stator covers shown in the photo in the previous post are not interchangeable. The left one is for the 05-mid 08 stator and the one on the right fits the later models. The later 08 -10 models did have a cover that was not embossed with the Triumph logo, but I believe the 11 and later models used the embossed cover. The embossed cover (on the right) is interchangeable with the original cover on the later 08-10 models.

    If you compare the two covers in the picture, on the extreme right hand side of each cover, there is an extra projection on the cover on the right. This projection exists on any cover that suits the larger stator and rotor of the late 08 and later models.

    According to Bike Bandit the stator and rotor change occurred at VIN number 356142 (last 6 digits of vin number) Edit: the number 356142 is the ENGINE No. not the VIN according to Bike Bandit. I apologise for the mistake.

    These two pics show the cover on my 06 model and the cover on my 09 model.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chewie. View Post
    Those two stator covers shown in the photo in the previous post are not interchangeable.
    Hi Chewie, thanks for that info. This could explain why I have a broken bolt in the first place. The PO did mention to me that he did have a tip over on his bike but had items replaced. The shop he brought it to was not a Triumph dealer, but they do work on them.

    There is evidence of the tip over on the left clutch lever and bar ends as well as scratches on the left radiator guard. It is my theory that the stator cover was replaced and if what you are saying is true, developed a small leak. The bolt was then over tightened to the breaking point in an attempt to stop the leak. Just my theory at this point but who knows.

    In any case, I will be using the new embossed stator cover on the right for my 2010. I hope that this fixes the previous oil leak.

    BTW, according to this link they have an entirely different part number for the stator cover. T1260003

    I took a pic of the insides of both stator covers in my previous link and thought I uploaded it.

    I have attached it here and circled the visible differences that I could see.

    The plain stator cover which I took off my bike is on the left part number 1260566. The version on the right that has the Triumph logo on it is part number 1260808
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    Bikebandit shows no ref to #T1260330 which was superseded by T126808 untill 2015.


    Suplimental:
    There is absolutely not one-size-fits-all for Speed Triple 210445 > 461331
    Basically, you need a matching set of 3 - the rotor, the stator and the cover.

    05-07 1050s is one set, 07-10 1050s are another.
    The parts aren't interchangeable between sets, however a whole set will fit on to the 'other' bike.


    This is the first set.
    For 05-07 1050s (Between VIN: 210445 & 33317 and engine number up to 356142

    Rotor: T1300581. Made by Kokusan Japan. Requires puller T3880203
    Stator: T1300610. Dimensions: Coil-Coil 104mm, ID 42mm, OD 63mm, Depth 21mm
    Engine Cover: T1260566. Has one hump, not two.

    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.



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    The metal gasket on the right came off my bike.

    The paper/fiber gasket on the left is what I will be putting on my bike along with stator cover part number 1260808.

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