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Old 05-08-2011, 03:30 PM   #15
ebrabaek
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I have not worked on this stator before..... But they operate the same. As Finn said.... open circuit is bad...... heat or something else have broken the circuit...or so. There are 3 primary wires coming from the stator.....yielding ac voltage. Try to set the meter to ac.... and you should have 40-80 volts ac....between each of the three phase. Ie ...Y1...Y2....Y3 ...first between y1 and y2......then y2 and y3....then y3 and y1.... that should be done around 3000 rpm......but in many instances will yield same results at idle...unless there is a big draw on the circuit. If any of those three legs don`t yield ac....stator is toast..... Then it`s on to the RR..... Easiest way..... measure the battery volt...before engine start...... then start the motor.... should jump to about 14,6 volts...minimum.
Post the results........ Boy Dallas is hot and muggy...... Just got home from an overnighter....For the TCU grads.....

Erling

Edit: Just wan`t to clarify the procedure Finn posted above..... Use same 3 leads.....as measuring the ac voltage.... Bike off..... and plug disconnected...... any open measurement..... is bad..... like y1 and y2..... then y2 and y3....etc. Those should be about 0.5 ohms... If they are open....that means that circuit is bad. The take each of the legs and measure to ground.....No continuity is good....ie... you want an open circuit here... If you don`t ...that means that part of that coil is short circuited to ground.

edit2: for clarification...

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