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post #1011 of 1014 Old 08-01-19, 15:55
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So this is whats going on, I've read this thread, about 2 or 3 times, trying my best to understand it and I deferentially ready to tackle to the task. The only issue im having right now is sourcing the correct R/R if anyone is able to help me that would be great.
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post #1012 of 1014 Old 08-03-19, 23:00
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Stator wire order: Based on the voltage outputs described in the original post, and a response to a post by Hokie early in the thread, it sounds like the order of the stator wires being connected to the R/R doesn't matter? Would just like to confirm this before I start throwing amps through the bike.

The reason I ask is because I found a used, unburnt OEM stator & CPS (with good impedance). The stator connector had melted down (as per D675 normal), and the owner had snipped and tossed it. The wire insulation is identical; no stripes to identify which is which.
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it sounds like the order of the stator wires being connected to the R/R doesn't matter?
Exactly. It doesn't matter as it's AC electricity.
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it sounds like the order of the stator wires being connected to the R/R doesn't matter?
Exactly. It doesn't matter as it's AC electricity.
Lol, yeah that's a good point. Alternating current. Thanks Plasmablaster.
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