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post #21 of 38 (permalink) Old 08-13-2014, 12:59 AM
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here everyone, read Carl's post again......

you own a Brutale made between 2003 and 2008, it does not matter what the part number of your SPU is. There are two SPUs, and only two, which supersede every other number.

If your Brutale has a VIN ending in 100421 or lower the new part number for your SPU is 8A00A9615. If your Brutale has a VIN ending in 100422 or higher, the new part number for your SPU is 8A00A9300.

NB: It doesn't matter if you have a 750 or 910 with a VIN ending in 100422 or higher, it is the same SPU for both bikes.



can you figure it out????????

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post #22 of 38 (permalink) Old 01-10-2015, 12:43 PM
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Recently purchased a 2004 Brutale, and want to add my 2 cents. Just got the service history for my 2004 Brute, VIN 100022, courtesy of Milan at MotoWorks Chicago; CDI box was replaced on 04/15/2010 at 2250 miles with Part # 8A00A9615.

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What are most of these SPU's being replaced for? Low charge being sent to battery when unit gets hot (giving symptoms of flat battery which corrects itself when motor/electrics cool down) and low beam cutting out when opening the throttle?

Are there other common issues also experienced by faulty SPU's?

Does a new improved replacement SPU cure the symptoms I described above?

Thanks in advance for knowledgable answers coming form experience.

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Turn signals turning on by themselves, or only working intermittently.
Headlight staying on even when ignition key is removed.
Engine stays running even when ignition key removed.
Those are a few of the faulty SPU symptoms. I suffered from the turn signals not working when needed and then turning on for no reason and not turning off! A new SPU sorted it.
A lot of different electrical gremlins can be caused by that bloody blue backed SPU.
Point of interest.......I bought a new SPU from my MV dealer for the same price that StarTwin were selling them, and didn't have to pay any postage. Direct from MV isn't always expensive.

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I can't find a 8A00A* number on my SPU anywhere. (04 brutale 750, sub 100421VIN) and i am experiencing typical SPU problems (dead lcd, dash lights on when key removed) but my bike has a new appearing SPU (black covers, 12 fuses, no resin). I'm not sure where to start trouble shooting.
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spu model number

Check for a sticker on the inside of the fuse cover plate (that's where mine have always been).

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Bump.

Where do you guys typically order replacement SPU's from? I'm located in the US for what it's worth.

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Does anyone need one of these? Spent a bunch of money ordering one to find out that I didn't need it. Still in the bubble wrap.
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Does anyone need one of these? Spent a bunch of money ordering one to find out that I didn't need it. Still in the bubble wrap.
Put it up in the For Sale section mate.

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where can you still purchase these?

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