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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 12-12-2013, 11:50 PM Thread Starter
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TPE Stator rebuild?

ok i need to have a stator rebuilt, even bought a used one to send todd to do. only question i have is just how much more power output does it produce? is it better than the 70 watts our stock one does? ive already switched to led's to help save power, but i want to add other items

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You're not going to find anything better....just do it!
yea theres no other choice really. i was just wondering about the increase.

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yea theres no other choice really. i was just wondering about the increase.
Do you know how many more amps you want to generate? what is the amperage rating of the MOSFET R/R you just bought? the reason I ask, is because Tim will do custom winds, but you have to know exactly what you are trying to accomplish, and what your current system is. You will also have to total up all your power usage... CDI, Ignition Coils, Pulstor Coils, Lights, Sensors, Gauges, every little thing has to be calculated for him to do a custom wind. I know all of this because I went through it all with him on mine. I know your next question to me is... Can you send me the numbers? No I can't, because my electrical system is 100% non Kawasaki. No Jb, Aftermarket CDI, Aftermarket Coils, Aftermarket PU Coils, Aftermarket Gauge, Custom Lights, and Custom Wiring Harness, Modded Hand Switches, Modded Safety Switches, and more parts than I can remember.
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Thanks Slim,

thats the info im looking for. ill have to do some calculations for power drawl. i know i want to upgrade the headlight, and have power for a few things but not going overboard

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what model number Shidigen MOFSET R/R did you get?
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what model number Shidigen MOFSET R/R did you get?
i have to go look at the number and then pull the specs up to see what its rated at. when i get todd to do mine i just need to make sure i have everything covered that i want to add.

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