Members who have donated towards server costs
Join Date: Mar 2009
Location: InezKY pop.600
You said you had 21 volts from the stator ,was that at idle or around 3000rpm? If you haven't yet run it up to the 3 grand mark and check the stator output voltage at the bullet connectors coming from the stator itself .You should have between 40 and 60 Volts AC on all combinations of leads A1- 2 ,A1-A3, A3 -2,if you don't, the rest is irrelevant.It all starts with stator output.That is where the process starts if it's not up to snuff you have a bad stator ,if it is, then start checking resistance values,according to the chart,even if you do have proper output the second thing to check is a continuity between the stator leads and ground,if shows continuity ,you have a grounded stator .This may not show up un til the engine is warm so these tests need to be performed with the engine warmed up to temp.
If you see it on my bike I did it
Current ride 05 1500 Classic FI
lovin' the new scoot
"When all is said and done,usually more is said than done" UNK
Click on one x and drag to the other to read between them.
XI waited patiently for the Lord; and he turned unto me, and heard my cry.