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Old 02-11-2012, 12:51 PM   #1
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RaceTech Electric: High Quality Motorcycle Stators & Voltage Regulators - ADV Disc.

Hi ADV'ers.
I'm Evan with RaceTech Electric. We manufacture High Quality (& High Output) stators and voltage regulators for many street, dirt, dual-sport & quad models. I run the R&D and Engineering department, and do all of our design and development, as well as handle production. I can answer any questions you have, or help out with electrical issues.

First things first, our website:
RaceTech Electric: High Power Motorcycle Stators & Voltage Regulators - http://www.racetechelectric.com

Some parts you guys may be interested in:

Suzuki DR-Z400 High Output 180W Stator


Honda XR400/XR650R High Output Stator


Honda XR600R/XR600L/XR350/XR500 High Output Stator


Kawasaki KLR650 High Output 280W Stator


Kawasaki KLR650 Voltage Regulator


I'd also like to offer a discount to ADV riders. All ADV members can get a flat 10% off of any stator or voltage regulator we manufacture, by using the Coupon Code 'ADVDOTCOM' at checkout. I hope you guys will check us out when you need a stator or regulator for your bike. We have a 1 year warranty on all parts, and free tech support by phone or email.

Thanks!

Evan
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Old 02-12-2012, 04:09 PM   #2
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Greetings,
What could you offer for those of us Kawasaki KDX 200/220 owners who want more watts to power functional headlights and heated grips?

While not a current model, these bikes are probably one of the most prolific, and enduring, dirt bikes ever made.

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Old 02-12-2012, 08:33 PM   #3
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Hey KTM950 thanks for the request. I have hand-wound a few KDX250 stators, just re-wrapping the ignition poles. These were for 83 KDX's I believe. I really doubt we'll build a complete replacement stator for these bikes, as I just don't have enough demand for them. I agree they are awesome bikes, but I have to make sure I can sell alot of a new part to justify the development costs. I've got to build at least 100 of a new part to make a production run worthwhile. I will definitely post if I begin development on these parts, but for the time being I don't have any KDX part applications, and no current plans to develop one.

Thanks for asking though!

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Old 02-12-2012, 11:56 PM   #4
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I've got to build at least 100 of a new part to make a production run worthwhile..

Thanks for asking though!

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How about a voltage regulator for ktm 990 adv?
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Old 02-13-2012, 05:19 AM   #5
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Might want to check the BMW F800GS section as there are a number of folks with Stator/Regulator issues. Offering a solid replacement, at a reasonable price, I'd imagine you could reach 100+ units. Keeping an eye on mine as I am out of warranty and would jump at a better build if I need to replace down the road.

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Old 02-13-2012, 10:50 AM   #6
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Might want to check the BMW F800GS section as there are a number of folks with Stator/Regulator issues. Offering a solid replacement, at a reasonable price, I'd imagine you could reach 100+ units. Keeping an eye on mine as I am out of warranty and would jump at a better build if I need to replace down the road.

Good luck!
Thanks for the heads up. I just looked up pics of the F800 GS regulator. Building the regulator is no problem, one of my current housings & the internals are perfect. The only problem is finding those connectors. If you have one would you be able to take detailed closeup pics of the connectors on it?

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Old 02-13-2012, 10:52 AM   #7
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How about a voltage regulator for ktm 990 adv?
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Also shouldn't be a problem. From looking at a pic on ebay, I have a housing and internals that will work just fine.
Main deal is tracking down the connectors to match. I have my shipment of connectors coming in about 2 weeks, and I may have those. Would you also be able to take closeup detailed pics of the connectors on that part?

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Old 02-13-2012, 05:00 PM   #8
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Hey KTM950 thanks for the request. I have hand-wound a few KDX250 stators, just re-wrapping the ignition poles. These were for 83 KDX's I believe. I really doubt we'll build a complete replacement stator for these bikes, as I just don't have enough demand for them. I agree they are awesome bikes, but I have to make sure I can sell alot of a new part to justify the development costs. I've got to build at least 100 of a new part to make a production run worthwhile. I will definitely post if I begin development on these parts, but for the time being I don't have any KDX part applications, and no current plans to develop one.

Thanks for asking though!

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Hi Evan,
Thanks for your reply.
You might want to post an offer to produce such a high-power stator if enough people sign-on, at the KDX Rider.net forum.
I think you might be pleasantly surprised by the interest...

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Also shouldn't be a problem. From looking at a pic on ebay, I have a housing and internals that will work just fine.
Main deal is tracking down the connectors to match. I have my shipment of connectors coming in about 2 weeks, and I may have those. Would you also be able to take closeup detailed pics of the connectors on that part?

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yes I'll take a few this week.
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Old 02-13-2012, 06:32 PM   #10
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Any chances you can do a Kawasaki VN900?
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Old 02-13-2012, 06:38 PM   #11
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Any chances you can do a Kawasaki VN900?
I will look into the VN900. I don't currently have a stator for that bike. I looked up pictures on ebay though, it looks pretty similar to a core I already make. I will look further into this.
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Thanks for looking into it.
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What about a stator for a XR250r.
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What about a stator for a XR250r.
I just checked those out. I don't have a stator that will fit the XR250's. I don't know if I will build these, as I haven't had much demand for them. No plans to do so as of yet, but we'll see.
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