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June 23rd, 2004, 10:58 PM   #1
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New stator and rewound stator

I have just received a new stator and rotor for my 02 501, though it would be a good idea to measure the windings, got some weird measurements:
Red to Black 1.73k - should be 3k
Green to Black 23ohms - should be 168 ohms

I rang the dealer who couldn't give an explanation other than it may be for an earlier model or even a two stroke KTM.

With regard to rewound stators, I am unimpressed with the one I have. It is made well and works great (the yellow power windings that form the base aren't touched, only the red/green/black windings to the coil are rewound and re-encapsulated) but it doesn't like to start off the button, probably because it was wound to 1.9k and not 3k, I was told they don't need anymore! The magnets are starting to look a bit ordinary now also hence the splurge on the new kit.

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June 23rd, 2004, 11:45 PM   #2
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had my cover off for the first time in well over a year last week as i needed to do the cam timing. i presume that petroleum jelly is a good conductor so i have smeared all necessary parts in the stuff having used rock wool to clean things up first.

a four stroke needs a completely different advance curve to a two-stroke-especially to start it! they are especially the OPPOSITE of each other to start the engines.

i'm not hot on electrics but that might help you.

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June 24th, 2004, 12:22 AM   #3
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Comparing the resistance of the new vs rewound stator is not particularly reliable in that the resistance measured depends on the total wire length and section area of the wire. The number of turns is important to generate a certain voltage at a certain engine speed and should hopefully be identical to original. If the plastic bobbins used to wind the new windings are thinner then less length (= less resistance) is needed for the same number of turns. If the wire is slightly thicker then its resistance per unit length will decrease. Your measurements that are less than original possibly indicate the use of heavier wire in the rewinds to make them more robust, but perhaps he also did wind less turns.

If I ever have to get mine rewound I'll try to get more turns than original put on the coils to see if it works OK. I does seem to improve starting.
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August 2nd, 2004, 12:03 AM   #4
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According to SideTrack mag (Aust pg 68 #49) Betta Bikes PH 08 8384 3550 can double the out put with a stator rewire? Very interesting article!
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August 3rd, 2004, 06:13 AM   #5
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Does anyone know what power light bulb it is possible to run on a std pre 2001 system. I have a 55/60 H4 in my bike.

This weekend we did a 100 mile midnight madness run in Big Bear CA and although I had no problems, my buddy was running a white light H4 80/100 on his XR and he had a real nice set up. He had his stator rewound last week to handle this.

Will the FE 501 system take the stronger bulb without any mods?

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August 3rd, 2004, 03:34 PM   #6
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It should have two windings in the stator, each capable of 70 watts output - 140 watts total. If you try to run a light near this size it will tend to dull at low engine revs. Be careful with the standard glass & reflector as I have seen a 100w (might have actually been a 130w?) bulb melt one on a Husky.
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watts?

I read an article that gave a "formula" for working out what size bulb or other electrical assy's you could run depending on the o/put of the bike, I just tried to find it, I will look for it again later.
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I found the "formular" for working out what wattage lights or other electrical items you want to run on the bike.
A> Get alternators output wattage, from manual.
B> Add up all wattage that you use on the bike, ie, horn, blinkers, lights etc etc
C> Divide B by 12
D> Subtract C from A = available wattage.
Hope this helps someone? (and for someone)??????????????????????????????
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Don't divide by 12. That will give you the total amps used by the system.
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Any estimates on how many watts are required for the ignition?
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