Author MkII stator said goodbye  (Read 580 times)

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  • Offline ushirlo   hr

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    MkII stator said goodbye
    on: 10 May, 2023, 11:45:17 pm
    10 May, 2023, 11:45:17 pm
    74000km - the original stator died..
    after two days of bump starting the bike, i changed the 5-year-old battery (11.6v)....
    put a new one....measured voltage.... 12.6v off, 12.2v ignition on.....12.2v at whatever rpm.....
    the connectivity test failed on all three poles.....

    what kind of stator to buy....that is the question....
    50 from aliexpres, 100 JMP/MTP-Racing , 200 electrosport or 500 honda....

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    Re: MkII stator said goodbye
    Reply #1 on: 12 May, 2023, 11:55:15 am
    12 May, 2023, 11:55:15 am
    i ordered the 100 one.....
    in the meantime, i keep one battery on the charger while i drive with the other..... so far it works......
    and i disconnected the headlight fuse.....

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    Re: MkII stator said goodbye
    Reply #2 on: 16 May, 2023, 05:46:43 pm
    16 May, 2023, 05:46:43 pm
    old stator out...... new in....

    12.8v battery...
    12.3 ignition on.....
    13.9 on 2000rpm.....
    14.3 on 4000rpm....

    brrrrrmmmmm........

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    Re: MkII stator said goodbye
    Reply #3 on: 17 May, 2023, 04:17:14 am
    17 May, 2023, 04:17:14 am
    That's a classic failed stator you have there with three toasted coil windings shorting to chassis ground at the output cable. Middle for diddle seems like a good call for the replacement and it's a simple job the average 7 year old girl could do at the kerb side without breaking a finger nail. You'll now be wondering what all the stator fuss and hype is about. My second stator failed at 58,402 miles last November and I too opted for JMP's offering of their 99 stator (part number 7001810, might be a different number for the SC64) ordered from Brooks Barn on a Friday, delivered and fitted on a Sunday in 1 hours which included removal of rear rack to access the stator/RR connector, displacing the Heed engine bars to access the stator cover and a tea break. I've put 5,000 miles on that JMP stator now and it's doing what it does keeping the battery topped up with similar numbers to yours.

    Happy days
    Last Edit: 17 May, 2023, 04:22:28 am by Art