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Know about these Stator brands?

Looking through eBay I found 2 stator brands that caught my eye, just wondering if anyone here has used them and what they can say about them. You guys think they're ok?

http://www.ebay.com/itm/STATOR-REGUL...3c1f22&vxp=mtr

http://www.ebay.com/itm/KAWASAKI-VUL...db3379&vxp=mtr

This second one looks beefy, and it says it puts out 20% more power than the original stator. Thoughts?

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Don't know about the stators but I think I will order the voltmeter ( RaceTech ) shown. $19.95 including free shipping is worth a try.

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Glad to help lol

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Ive heard the Caltrics are no good...but thats just heresay....
Id go with the second with voltmeter if anything....



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Do you know what the most recommended ones are on this forum? I know the shindengen RR is highly recommended. But I can't remember about the stator.

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TPE - Tim Parrott Enterprises is what I saw recommended most. With him, you send in a core and they rewind it. He had an Ebay listing at one point, think he has a website too.
Edit, here's TPE: http://tpe-usa.com/

Somewhere I saw some bad reviews on the Caltric brand, but a search here didn't get any results for that one.

Search results for parrott:

https://www.vn750.com/forum/gtsearch....3064j2014222j7

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TPE - Tim Parrott Enterprises what I saw recommended most. With him, you send in a core and they rewind it. He had an Ebay listing at one point, think he has a website too.
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Thanks!

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Ok, I think I've tried about every stator out there. Tim parrot does great work & he's reasonable but, I've had one of his fail too.

Something on my bike is causing it to eat stators. Not fun.
But I currently have a Racetech stator in it & intact it's a replacement for one of theirs that failed. Because of this I have talked to their tech support guys & on top of the no questions asked replacement they sent me their guys are most helpful with Any questions.
The voltage I see coming from it seems a bit stronger than stock but nothing to brag about.

I would recommend them!
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