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You can just splice the wires or put individual crimp connectors on the stator wires. There is no order to them. You need to cut off some more burned wire anyway.
 

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Got mine mounted and test fired today.
Thanks for the help Jason.
looks good, just got around hooking up mine too, charges at 14.1-14.3 at idle, guess its normal?

But now my dash backlight is gone, there is no more teal illuminations, can anything be done? :kaioken:
 

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Installing a SH 847 on my 1098. It is larger so moving it to the right side of the engine is the only thing to do. I made a bracket that connects to the two holes where the exhaust servo used to sit. My bike is a perfect candidate for the SH 847 since it sees track time with all lights removed. Pics when I'm done. :)
 

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So the install is done and the SH847 works really well. You can put your bare hand right on it even after running the bike for a while. Voltage is very stable at 14.2 - barely fluctuates even with changing loads and rpm. I ran the wiring up and through the valley to keep it away from the exhaust. If you do this upgrade, make sure to order 36" stator wires so you can trim the original stator wires and have enough wire to route it nicely. I had to scrap my original bracket since it allowed too much vibration. New bracket goes from forward exh. servo bolt hole to a lower horizontal belt cover bolt. Roadstercycle.com was very helpful.

When I check the belt tension next time, I will trim the bracket down a bit. I figured better to make it more stout to start with and make it lighter later.
 

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One final note from my install: i want to echo what Jason. says earlier in this thread. Whether you go FH or SH, move the RR to the right side. It is just so much more sensible.
 

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I need to do this ASAP on my 2007 1098, so, to move the RR to the right I need the Triumph harness w/36” leads, right? Would love to get a built carbon or aluminum mounting bracket from somebody...

Greg


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The triumph harness will work for the FH 020 install that some people did. It will NOT work for installing a SH 847 or if you need to trim off a bunch of burned stator wire. I used the Roadstercycle Super Harness install kit with my 847 but had to request 36" stator wires.

The Triumph harness makes for easy plug and play of the FH 020. I would still recommend the super harness kit based on advice in Roadstercycle's webpage. The regulator post in the How-To section will also be good reading.

EDIT: The Triumph harness MIGHT work for a SH 847 if you mount it low enough (lower than I mounted mine on the final bracket design). I'm still happier with the wiring going up out of harm's way.
 

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I am glad to see that people are adopting this modification.

In my experience, the Triumph harness is long enough to route the stator wires over to the right side, by going under the head.
 
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