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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 09-25-2011, 10:37 AM Thread Starter
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New Stator from TPE!

After what seemed an interminable amount of time the bike was finally back together last weekend! Got a new RR as well and it now puts out right above 13 at idle and just over 14 at 4 -5K!! Back on the road in time for the last couple of weekend rides here in CO...

On a side note...the bevel gear case gasket folded under and my baby pissed out oil like the Exxon Valdez...7 more remove and replace ops over the next 2 hours and she is sealed up and no leaks at all!

Now the new Saddleman seat is on and we are hooking up for a ride to Cripple Creek this morning...

Hope everyone who has stator issues and needs a replacement takes the time and effort to ship to TPE and wait for what is a superb repair of this critical component on our bikes. Finishing up coffee and getting ready to head west! Hope each of you is having a glorious Sunday here in the first weekend of Fall.

1992 VN 750 / 18,100 miles
V and H Cruzers
Earshaved and sheared
110/90 and 170/80 Metzeler 880s
AGM Battery
TPE Stator
Clear Alternatives LED brakelight
Saddleman Explorer Seat
Kurakyn Levers Grill cover
SCP Coasters
Iridium plugs
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post #2 of 4 (permalink) Old 09-25-2011, 12:21 PM
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have fun up in Cripple Creek. Glad to hear you go tit back togehter
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post #3 of 4 (permalink) Old 09-25-2011, 09:45 PM
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Hope everyone got to ride alittle today. Had a great ride cruizing the country Bama roads. Speedo cable let go before I got out of sight of my driveway but thats ok. Took off on a 35 mile ride yesterday morning when it was 51 degree and heavy fog. Was wet on the front side by the time I went 5 mile. It was a great weekend.
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post #4 of 4 (permalink) Old 09-25-2011, 10:59 PM
If only it had 6th gear..
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Got about 80 miles between yesterday and today on the north shore in Ma. Some highway but mostly country roads. Was so humid yesterday I needed a 2nd shower after riding. Veeeery sticky. Today was better in that regard. Glad you got things repaired bordolover. Fall is a great season to ride (except the leaves on the ground). I love smelling the different scents, peoples wood stoves etc. Hoping for good rides for you.


Jetted, shaved & coastered
Home made under-tank single filter
Converted ACCT's to manual (thanks wib714)
Dual vac lines on petcock (my cure for ticking)
LED tail/plate lights
Relocated helmet lock to license plate

Added stuff:
Customized hard bags w/ lights
Chrome levers
Hellcat windscreen
LED running lights
Home made 'Vita-Volt' meter
Foot rests on engine guard

Hmm....she was on the back when we left.... ??
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