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post #1 of 66 (permalink) Old 09-01-2014, 09:47 PM Thread Starter
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My stator fried on me

Hello all, Im new to this forum, I stumbled apon it by chance while looking for info on my bike. With that being said I need help with the purchase of a new stator and R/R. Ive allready checked it and found it to be bad, just need to know what you guys would spend your money on to replace yours with as I have heard the factory oem parts arnt that great and I would rather spend my money on better qaulity parts, but Im not sure who or what or where to look for them. Can you guys help me out? Thank you much.
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Personally I would go with a Tim Parrot Stator (www.tpe-usa.com) and a RoadsterCycle.com MOFSET R/R instalation kit along with a Shindegen SH series R/R off of a Honda CBR1000
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Like Slim stated....definitely TP....dont go for those Ebay junkers....remove yours over winter...and Tim will send you back a gem before spring.....well worth the wait for a rebuild.....you'll never have an issue again, and will even be able to run more electrics if you slave it with an updaded MOSFET R/R....and Id suggest that if running a TP.....you can then run aux lights, stereo, etc.....

Search Slim's older posts for a compatible MOSFET....or just PM him.....




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Thank you guys, I'm really not looking to wait to have my stator rebuilt, I'm looking to buy and reinstall right away. Does he have what I need on a shelf ready to ship? Or is only a place to rebuild? Here in Texas we ride a lot in winter so I need to get it fixed right away. Thank you, are there other options? Other venders?
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You gotta email him and ask. When I bought mine from him 3 weeks ago he said he had four on the shelf ready to go. I just installed it this past weekend and can't be happier.

Be warned though... he does not respond to emails timely if at all. He sure sends the PayPal invoice quickly, but expect to wait a week or two for your new stator. It's worth the wait though, especially for the quality and price.

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I sent him an email, I hope he replays soon.
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Personally I would go with a Tim Parrot Stator (www.tpe-usa.com) and a RoadsterCycle.com MOFSET R/R instalation kit along with a Shindegen SH series R/R off of a Honda CBR1000
I'm a little confused on the r/r you recommended, you said a MOSFET r/r along with a shindegen sh r/r from a honda cbr1100? Which one is it? Or you saying to install two of them? I'm sorry but I'm a little confused with it.
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Think he was referring to the wiring harness kit they sell for the MOSFET R/R's. They don't come with two 3 pin connectors, just one six pin.

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Ok, I see now what he meant, get all in a package deal.
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no don't get the package deal... you can save money by getting the Roadstercycle.com installation kit and then finding a R/R off of ebay. Then get a CBR1000 MOFSET R/R rated at 50 amps. FH014AA / 50A / CBR 1000 RR
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