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January 25th, 2009, 12:16 PM   #111
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Cheers Coastie - I had noted your original comments - just trying to ignore them (cost - time - perceived technical effort etc). My new one is a 2nd hand (albiet nearly new) and agian I note your comments but time cost etc was the mother here. However, I respect your views and know now what to look for in the future. Cheers.
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January 25th, 2009, 12:31 PM   #112
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Yeah I hear ya. I did the same.
In any case to get the best out of any of these things make sure you don't let ANY water get in and don't torque up the bolts holding it too much. Hand tighten with an allen key and use a bit of loctite.
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February 28th, 2009, 03:00 PM   #113
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I have measured my values for my stator... anyone ever got these results?

red to black 7.48 k ohms
green to black 166 ohms

my red to black was almost double the normal amount... the stator looked like crap though rusty and the outer covering was chipping off...
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March 1st, 2009, 02:51 AM   #114
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Originally Posted by littlesnides
I have measured my values for my stator... anyone ever got these results?

red to black 7.48 k ohms
green to black 166 ohms

my red to black was almost double the normal amount... the stator looked like crap though rusty and the outer covering was chipping off...

I would say with a reading that high that one of the output source coils has gone pop and you are measuring through a carbon track.
I see this a lot when I strip off the wire, usually at the base of the winding.

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March 4th, 2009, 09:38 AM   #115
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Where can i find a cdi coil ? also my 650 has got no spark.
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July 8th, 2009, 12:49 PM   #116
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Hallo there!

I´m on and off about changing my stator, or rather repairing it...

ok.. I know I haven´t measured it... but... it looks... not good...

My symptoms are... hard to start cold... but often easily started hot... but it seams to go nuts while rainy and moisturouse weather.. then it suddenly can become a b***h to start...

So... is startingproblems related to the stator related to wether you start the bike cold or hot or related to rainy weather?

/Rikard
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July 8th, 2009, 08:58 PM   #117
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I had the same with rainy weather. Checked behind the cover and it was wet !!! So no more rain-riding untill i get a gasket for the cover and the rubber penetrator sealed with additional silicone.
I wil also stick a bag of silicagel in there if space enough

Don't ride in the rain anyway, but you can get caught up !!

Your stator could be bad yes, but try measuring it and see what you get, and check for water behind cover after rain.

Anders, DK
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July 8th, 2009, 11:52 PM   #118
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doesn't sound like the stator is top of the pile of things that it could be. once it's very hard to start it generally just wants to pack up and hardly run at all.

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July 14th, 2009, 07:46 AM   #119
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I've got 4 stators lying around at home for my bike ( FE501 -90) and none of them are within the specified range, the best one has the following values red-black 1625 ohms, black-green 23ohms, will that be enough to start my bike? (After reading a bit I found the 1625ohms is within specs since it says 1750 +-10%)

The others read about the following red-black 1150-1200ohms and black-green 22-26ohms.

I'm thinking of sending you all 4 stators and have at least 1 or maybe 2 rewound and the others you can keep as part-payment as I saw in another post.
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July 15th, 2009, 03:35 AM   #120
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Originally Posted by smurfen
sparks:

I've got 4 stators lying around at home for my bike ( FE501 -90) and none of them are within the specified range, the best one has the following values red-black 1625 ohms, black-green 23ohms, will that be enough to start my bike? (After reading a bit I found the 1625ohms is within specs since it says 1750 +-10%)

The others read about the following red-black 1150-1200ohms and black-green 22-26ohms.

I'm thinking of sending you all 4 stators and have at least 1 or maybe 2 rewound and the others you can keep as part-payment as I saw in another post.
Hi Smurfen,

The stators you have their going by the trigger readings are pre 89 stators, stators from 89 to 2003 all had a trigger reading of 165 to 175 Ohms.
The earlier type will not work on the later type engine, but it is possible for me to rewind an earlier type stator to the later type spec.

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