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12V x 55A = 660 Watts, more than enough for everything.if it fits, why hesitate?
Because the Bosch one was actually tested to put out 12V x 55A = 660 WattsThe Chinese one only has a label. If you want to buy a cheap knock off that hasn't had the work put into it you will get what you pay for.It's a sad day for Guzzi if they are going to stoop so low.
If buying it from Pinwall cycle on ebay you best be very sure it's what is described because they often have no idea.sorry to hear about your Dad, do they have a lemon law in your state?
Both my 98 and 99 ST2's did the same thing. Turned out to be the wiring between the alternator and the regulator. :BEER:Matt
According to the parts books, this alt is used on the Norge 8v, Cali 1400 and 2011-2015 Stelvio NTX. It is rated at 55 AmpsThe Griso (07-15) uses a 55 Amp Bosh Unit Guzzi # GU05712431 (Bosch # 0124120012)
Norge, Cali 1400, Stelvio NTX, have ABS. The Griso does not (does it?). Maybe the Bosch unit is a touch longer. Are there any ABS bits behind the alternator?
The NTX alternator has not been a problem on any of the bikes I have seen or heard of. That is not say yours ain't bad, just not a common problem. What is a common problem, and consistent with what you described, is the aux lights shorting out...taking out the dreaded 30A fuze that excites the alternator. Then the bike is running off battery power, for a while. Double/triple check that fuze and that whole circuit. The fuze is NOT under the seat, it is behind the triangular panel just below the seat on the right side of the bike. Bottom line, you are not going to be happy with that bike so it is best to get it fixed and move on.Best of luck.Peter Y.
....About ten miles before the battery went dead, we noticed the headlights on the bike shut down. I guess when the voltage drops, the ECU diverts all power to the ignition system and puts it in limp mode. We did not know the Alt was not charging, as we never saw a warning light and the bike was running fine. All of a sudden it just died and would not restart. We checked and the battery was dead. With all the trouble with this bike, we should have just pushed it into the woods and reported it stolen..
WOW!!!!So that is what a flotation test is. OK, I'll bite. If it floats what do you do? And if it sinks? :BEER:Matt
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