Is This Stator Gubbed, And Which To Replace It With

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  1. Jamie7d7

    Jamie7d7 New Member

    Jun 15, 2023
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    Hello,

    Well my first proper post after saying hello in the "newbie" section, and yeah you guessed it, I need help lol.

    I've replaced the Regulator/Rectifier, put a new battery in and then just for the sake of it, I decided to check the stator condition as I had been caught out a few years back with my Street Triple R which had exactly the same issues.. Thankfully that bike was fixed under warranty.

    Now I'm no pro grease monkey, I just like tinkering and trying to sort (relatively straightforward) things myself. So I've got the cover off and therein I found this sorry looking bundle.

    I'll will replace it I think, just to strike another thing off the list of "things I've done to try and solve the problem".

    I just wondered if someone might have a good alternative or an upgrade to go for when purchasing a replacement? I looked on Fowlers parts and don't fancy spending £350+ on there.

    Which obviously led me to the bay of E and M&P. M&P have a model code ESG794 which is decently priced and there are 2 in the UK on ebay of a similar vein.

    Many thanks for your help if you wish to give it. I shall repay your kindness with lots of photos of haggis, mountains and sheep.

    Cheers

    Jamie

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  2. Eldon

    Eldon Elite Member

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    #2 Eldon, Jun 16, 2023
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    A friend recently ( x2 weeks ago) replaced his 675 stator with this.

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    I can ask him for more details if you wish?
    The bike is now up and running, although longevity is currently unknown, but it now works as intended.

    Previously we were running it in the garage discussing exhausts and Bluetooth diagnostics when it tried to set itself on fire, burning out the stator main connector.
    This was quite fortunate timing as if he'd been riding it then it may have been a total loss. Quick thinking, ripping the seat and tank off, saved the day.
     
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  3. Eldon

    Eldon Elite Member

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    #3 Eldon, Jun 17, 2023
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    New (left) verses old unit, they look slightly different but fit and function is the same although there was a jack plug incompatibility issue.
    The new stator and new regulator came from the same supplier but were obviously of different manufacture. The other mating halves of the plugs wers supplied so it was just a case of deciding which one to keep.

    You might want to bear in mind the above in relation to your own mechanicing skillsets, and confidence, before you start.

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  4. Jamie7d7

    Jamie7d7 New Member

    Jun 15, 2023
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    Forfar, Angus
    Thanks Eldon.

    I've decided to buy a replacement, if only for peace of mind.

    When I had my 2010 Street Triple R, I had exactly the same problem with it. Shirlaws replaced the battery R/R and stator and I had no further issues with it.

    Since I've replaced the R/R and battery on the 'Tona, and have seen that the stator does have some areas on both sides which don't look too good, I live in hope that this will solve everything.

    Only time will tell I suppose

    Cheers

    Jamie
     
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