I had a similar problem with my 2002 Daytona 955i. When in traffic, the cooling fans would cut in, causing an annoying misfire. I managed to sort the problem by replacing the battery and rectifier. Sounds like you have a similar fault. Take a tip; shop around for the rectifier. Genuine Triumph units are not cheap. I picked one up for £75.00 in the UK.
Hi, I've just bought a 04 Daytona 955i with 109,000 kms on it, and you wouldn't believe it, I've owned 46 motorbikes through the years, and ride a Speed Triple for day to day use (25,000ks), and swear you can't tell the difference... here's to another 100,000 ks.
I have a 2006 Daytona 955i and have gone through 2 regulators in 8000 miles. I love everything else about the bike, but will probably get rid of it due to sheer frustration over this one issue. To date, it has left me stranded in the mountains of North Carolina, and on Interstate 4 just outside of Orlando, Florida.
Hey guys, seems like you all know about your Daytonas. I have a 2004 Daytona Triumph 600, and my brother tipped over the bike while turning at a really slow speed (2-3 kms). It's not starting anymore and I'm real stressed. The display is not showing any numbers, and the ignition won't even give a shot at starting. Please help, I am really confused. It tipped to the right, so basically where the kick stand is. I put all my money into it, and don't want a mechanic ripping me off, plus additional towing costs. It's tipped once before, but it was functioning fine. Summer just started, and I don't know what to do.
Please help, and thanks for taking your time to read.
OK mate, mine does the same. Been told you can fit another regulator to your bike (Off Yamaha R1 regulator), altering the wiring slightly, but the bike runs better, and the new regulator runs a lot cooler, and sends more stable volts to the battery.
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