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August 2nd, 2009, 02:04 PM   #121
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Can anybody tell me how many turns have position coil from SEM LC4 1997 165ohm ( I think 0,071Cu ) ???
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please read the owners doc miki?

i think you are a finn or a scando so please put this in your 'signature' and also which husaberg you ride.

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Hi Sparks,

Because you have a good reputation, I heard talk about you here in Sweden. I have starting problems on my HusaBerg engine (FE400 -94). I thought it was the stator, which was the problem, but now when I measured it, it seems OK:

Black - Red 1751 Ohm
Black - Green 23,4 Ohm

Are the values OK?

The metal surfaces are quite a bit rusty (see the picture), so that can cause (together with other problems) that it does not start easily, maybe?
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August 19th, 2009, 05:01 AM   #124
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Re: Stator

Originally Posted by victormedc
Hi Sparks,

Because you have a good reputation, I heard talk about you here in Sweden. I have starting problems on my HusaBerg engine (FE400 -94). I thought it was the stator, which was the problem, but now when I measured it, it seems OK:

Black - Red 1751 Ohm
Black - Green 23,4 Ohm

Are the values OK?

The metal surfaces are quite a bit rusty (see the picture), so that can cause (together with other problems) that it does not start easily, maybe?
Hi Victor,

Apart from the surface rust it doesn't look to bad, but I have had stators sent to me that you would swear were brand new but knackered.

Do a spark performance test, plug out HT cap off place ht lead about 10 to 12mm from cylinder head away from the plug hole and on a normal kick it should jump this gap with no problem, if intermittent or you find you have to close up the air gap then the stator is showing signs of weakness. But your readings are good.

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August 24th, 2009, 02:00 PM   #125
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RE: Re: Stator

I had already ordered a new stator when I found this thread otherwise I would have happily shipped mine off to sparks for a rewind.

My question to Sparks is: Can anything be done to a new std stator to improve its life?

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August 25th, 2009, 01:49 AM   #126
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Re: RE: Re: Stator

Originally Posted by azzad
I had already ordered a new stator when I found this thread otherwise I would have happily shipped mine off to sparks for a rewind.

My question to Sparks is: Can anything be done to a new std stator to improve its life?

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Hi Dazza,

Not really, the problem with the original stator is the crap wire the factory use, the enamel on the wire is of poor quality.

I have had some in for rewind that have only ran for ten minutes but there again some a couple of years or more.

At the end of the day either water or heat will kill it, generally a bit of both.
Sorry to spoil your day.

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August 31st, 2009, 01:36 AM   #127
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I certainly cant do anything about the heat so I will just have to try hard to keep the water out.

Thanks for your input.

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August 31st, 2009, 02:16 PM   #128
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What about running some oil in the side cover, not filling it up, but enough that the rotor will pick some up and fling it around when the bike is running?

Will probablly need to vent the case for expansion as well.

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November 22nd, 2009, 08:30 AM   #129
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The other enduro my fe 02 501 just stopped after 3 hrs like it ran out of petrol (it hadn't). Got no spark at all / all other electrics seem to work ok. Cant see any loose or shorted wires and can't seem to get a good V reading off my meter as the e-start has packed up again and kicking it on a digital meter seems to jump about. So I've checked the static resistance (stator unplugged as it says in the doc) - Red / Black 0 - yellow / black 0 / green / black 165 ohm.

Is that enough to say the sem has given up or do I need more tests.

PS the enduro was wet / muddy & was was revving it a bit - felt the stator cover when it packed up & it was boiling hot - could hardly keep my hand on it.
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its not the pulse pick-up gone kaput?
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