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post #11 of 38 Old 07-03-2018, 05:36 PM Thread Starter
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I put the bike back together with the new stator. I reused the rotor with glued magnets. The voltage to the battery is still low. It tops out at 12.9v at 5k rpms.

When I disconnect the R/R the voltage off of the stator at idle is aprox 26-27v ac. at 5000 rpm its aprox 100 volts ac. When the RR is connected its 11-12 volts ac.

Not exactly sure whats going on. My guess is my R/R is bad. I bench tested it and it came out fine testing 4.7 forward and bias and nothing reverse bias for both the positive and negative side of the R/R.

I'm at a loss let me know if you guys have any suggestions.
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post #12 of 38 Old 07-03-2018, 06:26 PM Thread Starter
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Anyone know what R/R this is. I can't find any part numbers or identification of any sort. I don't think it is the stock one.
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I have never seen 100 volts at 5000 rpm! 27 seems low at idle but I don't remember much about that.

If this is a Ricks stator, and I know you said it was new, then I still have my money on it being a bad stator. R/R's don't usually fail, and when they do I don't think you would be seeing a consistent voltage like you show.

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Anyone know what R/R this is. I can't find any part numbers or identification of any sort. I don't think it is the stock one.
Looks like my stock r/r, 04 Vee

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It is a Ricks Stator. Its a new one though. I sent one back. I thought 100 was high.

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Thanks for helping me to id the R/R.
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Any Idea why the voltage off of the stator would be different when the R/R is plugged in?

It give 27 volts at idle and 11 when the R/R is plugged in.
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Any Idea why the voltage off of the stator would be different when the R/R is plugged in?

It give 27 volts at idle and 11 when the R/R is plugged in.
Probably the difference between load and no load.

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Any Idea why the voltage off of the stator would be different when the R/R is plugged in?

It give 27 volts at idle and 11 when the R/R is plugged in.

If you are checking voltage at the battery after plugging in the R/R, then that is because it has converted the normal 80 volts at 5000 rpm ( or in that range ) to DC voltage which should read in the 13-14.5 range. DC voltage is obtained by using only a part of the AC Sine wave and will always be less.

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I'm in over my head on this, but I remember in my case, Greywolf swearing it must by my R/R. It was the only time I can recollect him being wrong. There was nothing bad with the R/R. It was the stator. 10 thousand kms later, all is good and the stock R/R still lives and I'm glad I didn't splash out on a new one.

Lots of folks have been iffy on the Ricks stator. I'm with realshelby on this one but the only proof is in the pudding.

I'm still iffy on your rotor magnets, too. Whoever did that did a messy job.

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Yes, there is the unknown factor of the magnets. But if they were really messed up I don't know that you would see 100 volts AC out of the stator? My gut feeling is still the stator. As I said before, new or even the second new one from Rick's isn't a guarantee that it will work. I have seen new aftermarket stators not work out of the box quite a few times over the years.

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