Care to elaborate? I will go out to the garage tonight and fix it if it will indeed make the stator more reliable...Tired of the bike's appetite for $200 stators and regulators, they never bother to correct the simple root causes, and the bike goes to the back of the garage.
Remove the left side cover, unplug the connector into the R/R, and look for signs of corrosion and/or overheating. You will very likely find corrosion starting in the stator connectors, and possibly heat damage. I believe there's another connector between the stator and the R/R that will need attention as well -- follow the three yellow stator wires.Care to elaborate? I will go out to the garage tonight and fix it if it will indeed make the stator more reliable...
Not out of the question, but highly improbable in the cases we've heard of.Could it be possible that starter contact failure is because
Larry Limp Wrist just gently pushes the button so arcing occurs