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June 5th, 2014, 08:42 PM   #1
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Hello to all. I am new to forums. I can only find a 99 workshop manual. My coil readings with a multimeter are 1.60 ohms. Grey and purple wires

to the stator, wires are black, red, blue, green and 2 yellow

Red black fluctuates reads 21.49- 26.09

Green black read 23.1

Yellow to yellow reads 0.7 ohms

woul read only in the M . Would read offline in K with all wires. Tested with 2 meters. 1 high dollar Mac. The other cen-tec. When I tested the red and black with the cen-tec I switched from 20k which read nothing, to 2m and for an instant my reading ranged from 1.280 to 1.800..

any help would be greatly appreciated
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Hello to all. I am new to forums. I can only find a 99 workshop manual. My coil readings with a multimeter are 1.60 ohms. Grey and purple wires

to the stator, wires are black, red, blue, green and 2 yellow

Red black fluctuates reads 21.49- 26.09

Green black read 23.1

Yellow to yellow reads 0.7 ohms

woul read only in the M . Would read offline in K with all wires. Tested with 2 meters. 1 high dollar Mac. The other cen-tec. When I tested the red and black with the cen-tec I switched from 20k which read nothing, to 2m and for an instant my reading ranged from 1.280 to 1.800..

any help would be greatly appreciated
the early stators want to read around 1700 red to black. the green to black wants to be 22-23 ohms.

it is always the red to black that gives trouble.

the fluctuating figure is rare, not sure about that, normally you get '1' or the correct number. just occasionally it'll be around the 1,500 mark and that is when the bikes run for a bit and stall as if flooded.

I have what are called Mk1 stators in stock repaired, yours must be p/ex'd in OK?

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June 6th, 2014, 09:52 PM   #3
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the early stators want to read around 1700 red to black. the green to black wants to be 22-23 ohms.

it is always the red to black that gives trouble.

the fluctuating figure is rare, not sure about that, normally you get '1' or the correct number. just occasionally it'll be around the 1,500 mark and that is when the bikes run for a bit and stall as if flooded.

I have what are called Mk1 stators in stock repaired, yours must be p/ex'd in OK?

Taffy

HEllo Taffy,

what is the price? I should probably get a new coil too. and a flywheel puller.. Do you sell all of this?
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June 7th, 2014, 02:23 AM   #4
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I sell the flywheel puller yes.

the coil, I believe I have one OEM item left but can get more.

while I'm happy to mention my services I always do business (and quotes) away from the site.

so please e-mail me on david@taffmeisters.co.uk

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I've tried emailing. Google kicks it back as undeliverable..
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