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Hello everyone.

Alright so I did the tuxedo stator mod. Not the best idea in my opinion. It is wreaking hell on my life. You can check out my other thread here. http://www.vn750.com/forum/showthread.php?p=600706#post600706

Anyways. I have narrowed down my problems to the way I did my replacement stator and my pickup coils. When I did the mod to the stator one of the pickup coils was not removable, the screw that was it in split and the entire head came off. So I opted to cut the pickup coil wires and after I was done I would solder them back together and cover them with heat shrink. Well that was stupid because the heat shrink I used was not oil safe. After opening it up, I noticed the shrink wrap broke apart and all of that good stuff. So now here is my question how in the hell do I cover the wires and attach them all?

I do not have the money to buy a new stator, or anything like that. This bike is so far running up too 2.5K, I just cant take it anymore.

This is an image of the stator having exposed pieces in the wire. Theres a bunch of cuts in the wires, that is how I got the stator.


The stator works fine. Everything worked fine, but I believe once I ran the bike the shrink wrap I used started to go away and then led me to a bike that would not run right. Epically with the pickup coils. I will post a picture of them tomorrow.
 

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I am not sure how resistive it would be for oil, but you could paint on some liquid tape and seal it up. add a few layers to protect the wires and let it cure completely between coats.

Plasti-Dip site: http://www.plastidip.com/home_solutions/Liquid_Tape

The Tech sheet says it is resistive to some petroleums.
 

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