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post #11 of 18 Old 03-16-19, 07:03
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Thanks for your thoughts. I just checked the CPS impedance, it's 224 ohms. Not sure how far off 200 is normal for these. But I've read on here about a CPS being toast even though the impedance was ok, so it might be worth swapping it out anyway.

Forget to mention in the OP that no fault codes are showing up.
My cps measured .6 m ohm. Very obvious in my case.

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Thanks for your thoughts. I just checked the CPS impedance, it's 224 ohms. Not sure how far off 200 is normal for these. But I've read on here about a CPS being toast even though the impedance was ok, so it might be worth swapping it out anyway.

Forget to mention in the OP that no fault codes are showing up.
My cps measured .6 m ohm. Very obvious in my case.

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LOL yeah I suppose that is. After I posted that I thought of the self-help answer... measure the two other CPSes that I have. The one in the bike was 224, the other two were 219 and 224 ohms, so all three are about the same.
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did you figure out what might be causing your issue?
I am having something similar going on...will be starting a new thread on it...
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I'm away from home for a couple more days, won't be able to look into it until later this week.
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CPS. Of course. Dropped a different CPS/stator in, runs normally. Well, sort of, the stator had the classic Daytona connector meltdown awhile back, so the wires are snipped on that until I receive Metri-Pack connectors from Eastern Beaver.

I have 16,000 track kms on this thing (actually less, due to short gearing), and the only thing that has gone wrong is the CPS / stator unit. Twice the CPS has shit itself, and twice the stator wires and/or connector have melted down.
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CPS. Of course. Dropped a different CPS/stator in, runs normally. Well, sort of, the stator had the classic Daytona connector meltdown awhile back, so the wires are snipped on that until I receive Metri-Pack connectors from Eastern Beaver.

I have 16,000 track kms on this thing (actually less, due to short gearing), and the only thing that has gone wrong is the CPS / stator unit. Twice the CPS has shit itself, and twice the stator wires and/or connector have melted down.

It is funny that you say that. I found the connection from the stator to the main harness was melted down, badly, when my CPS died. I had already upgraded the harness/RR connector. Lucky for me I had extra connectors in the tool. box.

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CPS. Of course. Dropped a different CPS/stator in, runs normally. Well, sort of, the stator had the classic Daytona connector meltdown awhile back, so the wires are snipped on that until I receive Metri-Pack connectors from Eastern Beaver.

I have 16,000 track kms on this thing (actually less, due to short gearing), and the only thing that has gone wrong is the CPS / stator unit. Twice the CPS has shit itself, and twice the stator wires and/or connector have melted down.

It is funny that you say that. I found the connection from the stator to the main harness was melted down, badly, when my CPS died. I had already upgraded the harness/RR connector. Lucky for me I had extra connectors in the tool. box.

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Yeah, I ordered spare metripack 630s for that instance... I just don't trust the stator wiring and connector at all. But I have found that snipping the stator wires and a good battery charger gets you through with a full battery between races. I actually finished a weekend like that and did another 3 day weekend as well, no issues.

I really like my Noco Genius 7.2 amp charger. It has a lithium setting and I put the permanent quick connectors on all my bikes for convenience. https://no.co/g7200
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