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post #21 of 42 (permalink) Old 08-16-2013, 02:48 PM
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I also did this swap last year as the original gave up 100mls after
i purchased the bike, i have not done the reg swap, but may still
bypass to the battery with the original reg, i also connected an led
that monitors the alt/battery, i wont get caught out next time.
if your headlight bulb was say 200 could be a problem, but if they're like 50watts it should be okay.

Street bikes have pretty large rpm ranges the motor operates within, lets say 1k-15k RPM. So the stator is wound in a way that allows it make power at the RPM range the bike is expected to spend most of its time at. For a zx6r I would expect the stator to produce very little power under 4k rpm, once its up to about 6k it should be making a good amount of power though. The stator might not be underpowered, just a bad fit for the tt600's engine speed.

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post #22 of 42 (permalink) Old 08-16-2013, 06:23 PM
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When I bought my stator from ricks electronics it came with some twine on it do I need to remove it?
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When I bought my stator from ricks electronics it came with some twine on it do I need to remove it?
have u a pic?
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i can only see the stator leads!
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post #26 of 42 (permalink) Old 03-14-2014, 09:31 PM
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in NSW in Australia a stator rewind is almost monopolised by some old geezer at Green point on the central coast. His are the best and many shops send it there. He charged me a LOT $300 (the shop puts a bit more on and he would take a bit of for them) but they are meant to be perfect as he winds them differently to avoid the triumph problem
. the secret is he starts at the back and finishes at the back so they dont bunch up throught the gap, that causes extra heat and they all fail in the same spot (where the wires go through to finish). He showed me 5 and they were all in the same spot. If you want reliability send it there other wise ebay and get rid of your bike within a year or so He has no website but you can google him (stator rewinds NSW)
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post #27 of 42 (permalink) Old 03-17-2014, 01:24 PM
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so should i be replacing RR om my 06 S4 just as preventive maintenance? And that could save stator for a while. or am i understanding something wrong?
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I'll tell you what I did. I went through the tests as per Decosse's thread and was convinced that if I would find even a slight deviation from normal I would invest in a Compufire. At the end of the day everything was working as it should, so I left it at that.
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post #29 of 42 (permalink) Old 03-18-2014, 06:49 PM
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DZiuggy you are correct if you are talking about the change to the MOSFET R/R. This is a preventitive modification to attempt to increase the life of the stator because it is less likely to fail than the OEM Triumph R/R which leads to the stator frying itself.
If you want 'proper' cover and peace of mind then replace the shunt type reg for a series reg (Compufire) as recommended by DECosse, I did and haven't looked back since!!

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i might do that. i think i have spare one from my old 1000rr
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