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post #1 of 6 Old 08-29-2015, 04:29 PM Thread Starter
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Stator Trouble

Hey guys, So I haven't posted on here in awhile, but I'm having some trouble. I replaced my Stator cover last year and after a while I was getting a ticking noise from my Stator. I needed to replace my clutch, and before I put it all back together I pulled the Stator cover off and inspected it. I couldn't find anything wrong or worn. The Stator itself seemed to have the slightest bit of a wiggle, hardly enough to even notice so I want too concerned. I then proceeded to put everything backtogether and ride. After another two weeks of riding, I noticed that at low speeds with the clutch pulled and braking , I was getting a strange noise from my Stator side and the bike wanted to bog down.

I have no clue what it could be so any info would be much appreciated

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Hey guys, So I haven't posted on here in awhile, but I'm having some trouble. I replaced my Stator cover last year and after a while I was getting a ticking noise from my Stator. I needed to replace my clutch, and before I put it all back together I pulled the Stator cover off and inspected it. I couldn't find anything wrong or worn. The Stator itself seemed to have the slightest bit of a wiggle, hardly enough to even notice so I want too concerned. I then proceeded to put everything backtogether and ride. After another two weeks of riding, I noticed that at low speeds with the clutch pulled and braking , I was getting a strange noise from my Stator side and the bike wanted to bog down.

I have no clue what it could be so any info would be much appreciated
Did you try to tighten the stator down? It shouldn't move . Worth a shot. Doesn't really explain the bogging down. Also check to make sure your battery terminals are tight.

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Yes I did. I tightened them as much as I could without compromising the bolt head. Well all but one, one of them got a little mared up. I was contemplating adding washers all the way around.

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Was it the little gear bouncing around?

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Sorry I just saw this. I took everything apart and put it back together very carefully, noise went away.

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