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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 05-28-2012, 01:05 PM Thread Starter
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Looking ffor stator mod kit have exausted all other options so time to do the stator
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post #2 of 5 (permalink) Old 06-03-2012, 08:58 PM
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U will either have to make it yourself, the guy who has been making them, Rags, is currently MIA. He hasn't posted since 4-18-12.

I'm in need too, but if I can't buy one, I do have the means to make my own, and if need be, I can make u one.
Follow my stator replacement project at https://www.vn750.com/forum/showthrea...t=21836&page=3

when I get mine out and the cover off, if Rags isn't around, im going to make it and do it myself, I can make u one too. Not sure on any price yet. Gotta find out what material to use first.

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Glen, I assume you mean what material to make the plate out of... any thin steel will work... an old house hold fuse box cover would be plenty sturdy enough for this mod.
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Glen, I assume you mean what material to make the plate out of... any thin steel will work... an old house hold fuse box cover would be plenty sturdy enough for this mod.
Thanks... im thinking abut using 11ga stainless steel sheet metal.

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No problem boss I have the abillity and tools to make just haven't. Got to the bike in maybe a month working to jobs one doing sheet metal work for an ac company. It would have just been easier to by one.


Thanks for the offer though keep up the work and have fun.
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