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I was wondering,

I know the rec/stator issue is common in this model. At what mileage do you think it'll start going bad?

If I get a shop to change it out..for parts + labor..at around what cost will it be on average to get something done like that?

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Picking a period when it might go is nigh on impossible. If you're thinking of swapping out as a preventative measure then purchase the parts through links/advice provided here I.e. Ricks Motorsports for stator and roadster cycle.com for the reg/rec. The cost will then be down to the hourly rate your local charges or have a crack yourself with the excellent guide in the sticky RE charging and diagnostics...Dont forget to do the wiring upgrade while you're there to get the full benefits

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At what mileage do you think it'll start going bad?
Maybe never? If it ain't broke, don't fix it!

I didn't have an issue with my 05 until I started preempting problems lol. Then it became an ongoing battle replacing dead stators and different R/R's.

Check your vin number. There was a change to the rotor, stator, cover etc at #356143. I believe the later parts were more reliable?
 

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my VIN number ends in 388184. Its a speed triple 2009.

That's some good/interesting info Ferris. May I ask where you got that? if you still remember that is.
 

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I was wondering,

I know the rec/stator issue is common in this model. At what mileage do you think it'll start going bad?
not easily predicted, but it's best to swap both at once.

If I get a shop to change it out..for parts + labor..at around what cost will it be on average to get something done like that?

Thanks much
Replacing the stator and regulator isn't an insanely difficult DIY job, but to have a shop do it, it'll be their hourly labor rate and probably 3-4 hours of it.

I just replaced stator+regulator on my 2008 (w/ later VIN#) ... here's some infolinks:

debugging / diagnostics
http://www.triumphrat.net/speed-tri...-diagnostics-rectifier-regulator-upgrade.html

helpful install threads
http://www.triumphrat.net/street-triple-forum/624369-new-stator-and-rectifier-r-r-install.html
http://www.thespeedtriple.com/forum/how/26543-stator-fix-final-solution.html
http://www.motohowto.com/content/re...rectifier-regulator-triumph-speed-triple-2006
http://www.freeranging.net/blog/2011/07/20/repairing-the-triple/#more-1532

suggested replacement parts @
http://www.motohowto.com/content/re...rectifier-regulator-triumph-speed-triple-2006 comment from Franck (not verified) on Wed, 05/22/2013 - 22:24

stator
depends on engine # (engine# located on top of crankcase)
RM01390
https://www.rmstator.com/en_ww/prod...-st-1050-tiger-1050-1050-se-2005-2012-rm01390

regulator
get a mosfet with high current
RM30507H
https://www.rmstator.com/en_ww/prod...-749-848-999-1098-1000-1099-1198-cc-1998-2013
 
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