According to Maw Kaw's manual, the stock output is 24A @ 8,000rpm, 14V; that's less than a 1% increase in output, if I did my math correctly, and my math may be suspect, too. <G>
That said, 21A @ cruise may be about right, but I don't have an ammeter hooked up to my bike to be able to tell--and not sure I could get one wired for an accurate reading if I did!
However, to answer your primary question, I don't recall anything ever coming of the "Delta Force" stator/RR combo; never read or heard anything, anyway. I do recall someone selling a stator with a little bit more output, but not that much I don't think; Willie's Cycle, maybe?
Hey JD, you`re right about the 24A @ 8,000rpm, and I saw it in the verses too. I must have had a brain fart when I read it, because I was thinking that was over the redline of 7,500 rpm. Of course I remember now the redline is 8,500 rpm. Now, 21 Amps is all I`m ever likely to get from my stock stator, because 6 grand is about as fast as I`m ever likely to cruise on my vn.
Your math is a little off though. An increase from 24 to 26 amps gives a ratio of 2/24 which =1/12 = 8.33%.
I doubt that we will ever see a stator able to generate the power that the Delta Force was hoped to make. But a stator that would give us 26 amps at a cruising speed of 70 mph, and engine speed ~5,000 rpm, would be just about a 24% increase over the Kawi OEM. This would give us a lot more flexibility in adding electrical goodies to the vn.
I`ll check willies cycle and see what I can find.
edit: Only find willies cycle salvage.
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