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August 8th, 2012, 04:32 PM   #1
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Rebuilding my own stator!!! 1999 FE501

Hi guys I was thinking of rebuilding my own stator, can .anyone offer any advice as to how to tackle this ie, best wire , resin, tips , I'll post picks and progress reports to let you all know how it go's.
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Re: Rebuilding my own stator!!! 1999 FE501

hi there
good luck they are very very fiddly and very time consuming if you dont have the right equipment.

if you destroy it getting inside it or get bored with it i rewind them for 120 with 12 months warranty .
i offered a free rewind a short while back which was taken by user ( kli ) he received this 8 weeks ago he has been in touch last week saying his bike runs spot on with my stator in but i am still awaiting a post on a forum from him about my work but hopefully this will be in the very near future

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Re: Rebuilding my own stator!!! 1999 FE501

That's great mate ... but Llike the post says I'm going to give it a go myself .. I'm all for small business so give your self a proper plug ... what's your business called? And what does the 12 month warranty cover?
Also could you tell us what wire you use?
I appreciate all the tips and info you leave In here and if I get stuck I'll be sure look you up.
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August 10th, 2012, 01:37 AM   #4
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Re: Rebuilding my own stator!!! 1999 FE501

You are going to get in trouble my friend

Just send it to Kris and you will save yourself a lot of trouble

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Re: Rebuilding my own stator!!! 1999 FE501

well looks like i will fail ... no one wants to help me!!!
Whats the worst that can happen anyway... it stays broken?
No tips at all ...
come on people ...
Wire?
Resin solvent?
Resin?
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Re: Rebuilding my own stator!!! 1999 FE501

Hi

A small help from what I've eared, don't use solvent, use heat, then try to remove the resin mechanically.
I think the trick is the correct amount of heat.

If I remember anything more I'll let you know.


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