is this the correct stator for a 907?

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Joseimport
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is this the correct stator for a 907?

Post by Joseimport »

i got this used stator for my 907

the 907 stator is supposed to be a 2 wire single phase stator.

on this one i can see a third wire which has either been cut out of the system, or this is how this stators are and the third wire is there just so the sleeve can fit better?

can someone verify if i have the correct one.

if it is what is the correct way to bench test it?

thanks in advance
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Re: is this the correct stator for a 907?

Post by Mc tool »

Not sure , but possibly a 906 .....they had 3 wires . Iircc the thing one does when the 906 gives charging problems is to chop off the 3rd wire and fit a later model aftermarket reg . So , I would hit it with an ohms meter and if it measures out ok fit it up .
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Re: is this the correct stator for a 907?

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Don't much see the point of acquiring a used(as in 30 plus years old) :fart: :wacko: stator when a brand new one is cheap and readily available from many sources.
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Re: is this the correct stator for a 907?

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higgy wrote: Sun Sep 04, 2022 8:39 am Don't much see the point of acquiring a used(as in 30 plus years old) :fart: :wacko: stator when a brand new one is cheap and readily available from many sources.
it was cheap and came with the rotor, which i needed.

could you point me to the diferent links for stators for the 907?

how can i bench test this stator to see if its working correctly?

bike is completely dissasembled.
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Re: is this the correct stator for a 907?

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If it ain't broke keep fixin it till it is
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Re: is this the correct stator for a 907?

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Ricks Electrosport has all the info needed
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