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Intermittant power lose on 1996 tronph trophy 1200. 15000 miles

My 96 trophy starts fine and runs great except for breif periods at highway speeds when I will throttle up to pass a vehicle for example, and the motorcycle will not respnd or will bog down or will even stall. This will happen and then it will be fine for a long time. I brought it to a machanic and he could not get it to happen. He said that I should replace the ignition moduals. He works on older triumphs and I don't think he really wants to spend the time on this newer machine. The closest dealer is 60 miles away so if its somthing simple I want to take care of it myself.

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Hi and welcome to FixYa,

To my knowledge, most bikes of this class would exhibit the problem you posted if they have loose/faulty:

  • RUN or KILL engine switch;
  • side stand switch;
  • or as the mechanic thinks, the CDI.
You can try and verify by simulating the first two possibilities by riding on a straight road at regular speed and with no traffic.
  • Accelerate as you normally would then switch off the RUN; do the same for the side stand, even a slight extend from rest position would kill the engine.
I doubt if it is fuel related as normally, there would be hesitation and starvation before finally stalling.

Good luck and Thank you for using FixYa. Happy Holidays.

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Most likely your coils. Try nology profire - much better than the pvls triumph fitted as standard. The symptom you describe is the coils.

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