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post #1 of 11 (permalink) Old 04-21-2009, 01:34 PM Thread Starter
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Anyone have an opinion?

I found this and was wonderin if anyone knows about this and if it is what i should go for to replace my stator... http://www.jpcycles.com/Search/Produ...sults=10&No=10

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I don't recall anyone on here using that stator to replace theirs, but the way this forum is growing, no telling. One thing about J&P, they have really knowledgeable techs at their support line and maybe one of them can tell you their impression of how it is made and maybe have some experience with it.

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They are a well known supplier and stand behind what they sell. I would say you would not go wrong with ordering it. The price is even resonable. I would go for it.

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if u goto spec and under brand it says electro sport i believe this is the same one i just put in mind i remember lance saying something a few days agou about this one made in china and that there was one made in the USA for about the same price if this is the one i put in mine it came recomended dont have a lot of miles on her but has to last longer then the last one i used the last one was less then a year old....

i believe the longevity comes from clean oil cool motor and well maintained electrical system like anything u take care of it it will take care of u



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Does anyone know anything about how you get the Gold Club price of $107

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Does anyone know anything about how you get the Gold Club price of $107
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What you are looking at there is an Electrosport brand stator being sold by J & P.

Nothing really wrong with J & P, but for a better quality stator, buy one from Rick's, instead:

http://www.ricksmotorsportelectrics.com/partsearch.php

Regardless of where you get your next stator, be sure that the rest of your electrical system has clean, tight connections and is performing to specs.

Otherwise, your new stator could easily have a shorter life than it really should.

I see your bike is an '05 model. How many miles do you have on it?...

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she has just over 16,000 miles. we are not 100% sure its the stator yet. Money is tight and we dont have a voltmeter. but with an overnight charge she cranked over and got me to and from work. it was nice to be on the bike again!

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V&H Cruzer Pipes
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Lo-Jack
Intact Toolbox
Avon Venom Tires
Tour Master Cruiser II Slant Bags
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I would have the battery load tested at autozone or advance before you dig too deep JMO




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