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April 20th, 2017, 10:50 AM   #11
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2002 650 electrical issue.(stator)

Can this be repaired? Or time for a new one


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April 20th, 2017, 09:15 PM   #12
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Been looking into this more.
I've dug out the IPC and the diagram clearly shows a gasket.


Mine didn't have one.......

It's now got me thinking though, what else could we do to seal these things properly and what else can be done to dry them out???


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number 5 is an 'O' ring fella and we hold them. I hate them as they squidge out easily. I prefer to silicon the cover on, silicon the wire in the grommet, silicon the end of the conduit...everything!

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My best results are with a home made gasket

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...or just move to the desert
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April 21st, 2017, 10:54 AM   #16
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2002 650 electrical issue.(stator)

Yeah I saw it was an oseal. What thickeness is it taffy? I have access to all sorts of gasket material n sealing compounds at work. Might have to experiment. Was thinking more a kind of rubber or goretex sheet may work better. I.e. Flatter Or use silicone aswell.

I'm also wondering if there is something you could put inside. Like a dryer or silica gel. Maybe even some sort of indicator that could be machined into the case cover where the plastic plug goes. I could even go as far as to seal it and try and inert it with nitrogen like a fridge system lol.

Another thought was to build up a bigger lip on both the inside and outside sealing faces. More surface area to seal?


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Don't know if this is good Idea but a breather hose you could run high on frame looping down. When the bikes running and hot. any moisture would escape.
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That's not a bad idea. Would be pretty straight forward to.


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Could even put a tiny breather filter on.

I think trying to create a 100% dry, sealed unit would be a tall order. I don't think it could be practical as you would need some sort of pressure release as it would increase when hot.

I may just seal it up best I can. When the bikes in the garage remove the plug and put a dessicant sachet in. Keep it dry.


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I just use builders clear silicon and smudge it everywhere
inside the top of the conduit
conduit to grommet
grommet to cover
cover to engine

check the conduit for holes and if rock hard already: try and source new stuff.

I drill a 5mm hole upwards underneath into the crankcases (not the cover).

the o ring is about 1mm but squidges out as the cover is the wrong design.

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