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post #1 of 42 (permalink) Old 07-06-2009, 07:46 PM Thread Starter
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Stator sources S-4 / D600

looking at replacing my stator / rectifier for the 2nd time in 11000 miles.
has any body used these guys a a non OEM source?

http://www.regulatorrectifier.com/catalog/index.php

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http://www.ricksmotorsportelectrics.com for the stator

See this link for suggestions for the R/R that will be MUCH better than any aftermarket unit you can buy.

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Thanks for the great info

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hey mate...I had replaced my stator about 1 month ago. I bought the stator from that website. It works pretty good. Fast delivery...
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post #5 of 42 (permalink) Old 03-18-2011, 05:33 PM
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Hey just got my bike back from putting new stator and used ricks Motorsports. Bike had 2000 miles on it when purchased and they pulled out a ricks stator also so hopefully this ones better. O sorry the bike just rolled over 3000 miles on the way back from the shop.
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I'd like to see pic of the stator that came out - be sure to get it back from them.
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Okay I will try and post a picture of tomarrow when I pick it up. They matched the product number up on the new one and the one they pulled out.

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You would do well to also replace the R/R with a MOSFET unit - or even a Series Regulator.
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What are the symptoms that your stator needs to be replaced? My battery has been dying every few days, bought a new battery and that didnt fix it.
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What are the symptoms that your stator needs to be replaced? ....
The first visual indication you will see while riding typically is that the speedo goes to zero.

Failure of generating system is not necessarily the stator - could be the stator OR the R/R - OR both!

First check the voltage across the battery with engine running - if not greater than at least 13.5V, one or the other (or both) is bad.

Further diagnostics to see which here
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