Last weekend i was on a 5 day trip to the Hill Country of Texas riding with friends for approximately 1000 miles total. I have a new battery and a NAPA main breaker was installed several years ago. Thankfully Wednesday through Saturday I had no issues whatsoever, we were in the middle of nowhere most of the time. Sunday morning I awoke to a 35 degree morning and headed home. I had no issues until about 180 miles later when I was cruising along at 70ish MPH when I looked down and saw that my battery light was on and my voltage was around 12. The road I was on had no shoulder at all, and I figured that maybe I had a loose battery cable as I have experienced this before. I knew I was about 5 miles from a rest stop/picnic area and pushed on. A few minutes later as I am riding I notice the voltage between 8-10 and dropping and now the Check engine light is on. I only had 2 miles to go to the safe stopping area so I continued. I see the voltage is dropping rapidly as I get to the turn off for the rest area, so I pulled in the clutch and revved the engine, When I did that the voltage went back up to 14 and the check engine light went out but the battery light stayed on. I made it safely to the rest area and removed the chin fairing and checked the battery cables, they were tight! But now I dont have enough voltage to start the bike. My wife ended up bringing a trailer and I eventually made it home albeit 4 hours later than expected. So my dilemma is: do you guys think its the regulator/rectifier or a stator issue? The regulator appears fine and is not burnt or damaged. I have about 18k miles on the 2014 XCT.