Question about Triumph Bonneville Motorcycles
The stator is inside the primary cover (left side of the bike while sitting on it) Not sure what setup you have but if it has stock triumph charging equipment take it all off and replace that with a rectifier/regulator you will be better off with it... I have been running one on my 1970 Triumph 750 custom for about 10+ years with no trouble..... This only cost about $50 and well worth it!!!! Avoid the Mitty Max they are junk........ Best of luck.....
Posted on Jul 24, 2009
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