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Old 01-27-2014, 10:17 PM   #2768
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Originally Posted by GoneToPlaid View Post

Good job on jumping out the bad pole on your stator. This sort of thing is commonly done on old synchronous generators in hydropower - you just have to derate the machine in proportion to the part you are removing. I've been running a generator for years with one stator coil jumped out, and have had zero trouble since the repair.
I was thinking about how much to derate and I figured 1/18th is just over 5%. Since its hot here, I'm not running any heated clothing.

Now I have a new stator and mosfet type Reg/rec. Although I am pretty sure my fix to the stator would last as long as the bike will, I want to switch it out. I don't want this to be what stops my bike in the middle of the outback
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