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Yes as that piece of frame holds a lot of structure.take it from a man who had that frame rail rust out on him. The bike will wallow around like it has bad steering head AND wheel bearings. Mine even went into a violent headshake and put me down at about 40 mph.not my idea of a good time


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Got that new Stator in there ...no issues BUT hooked up wiring like I figured,now have NOTHING at the key/ignition!!Those three yellow wires go straight from the Stator to the three yellow wires on the "plug" on the Rectifier...read in the Forum that this was good to bypass some "box" somewhere(??)'Course brown wire from harness to brown to plug on Rectifier,white to white...black/yellow to black/yellow.Wondering if the three yellow Stator wires NEED to go into the harness??In the pic you can see the three original yellow wires from the harness hanging there...hooked to nothing.Dont understand why they would need to go through key/ignition/harness???Maybe it didn't help that I heard a slight "Bzzz..." when couple wires touched,before I thought to unhook battery!! Pic in "Really....??" thread....:frown2:
 

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stop posting this in multiple threads. you have like 3-4 active topics going with questions about your stator install. keep it in one thread, preferably the "Really..?" thread you just made, that keeps it localized so we can keep your questions and timelines straight, makes it easier to help you out
 

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Where can i find pictures or a video from the stator replacement?
Can't find any video of a standard stator removal (probably because, uncut, it would be a few hours)

Here is a video of the stator removal with the Tuxedo mod, which should give you a general idea of it all. Without the tuxedo mod, you have to remove the engine (which is recommended to perform the tuxedo mod in the first place). If you don't have one, pick up a clymers manual before attempting all this.

 
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