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    Senior Member Conversionjunkie250r's Avatar
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    Can you rebuild a 250R stator

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    Quote Originally Posted by Conversionjunkie250r View Post
    Can you rebuild a 250R stator
    Call Mike Zarzan at Ricky Stator.com
    Mike will explain too you what he can and can’t do.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Conversionjunkie250r View Post
    Can you rebuild a 250R stator
    The short answer is yes. Finding someone who can, is the question.

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    What exactly is involved in rebuilding a stator do all the coils have to get unwound and then new could rewound?
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    More than likely its easier and faster to buy a used one. I have one if needed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Conversionjunkie250r View Post
    Can you rebuild a 250R stator
    Yes; BDT has rewound 250R stators; more now than ever before since "good used" are getting harder to find, NO new ones around that are any good, Ricky Stator has discontinued the 250R Stator line, the other aftermarket brands are JUNK.

    Quote Originally Posted by TrailBurner View Post
    More than likely its easier and faster to buy a used one. I have one if needed.
    Very nice to offer the OP. Yes it is, however; yours aside, not many "good ones" left...

    Quote Originally Posted by Big_Mike View Post
    What exactly is involved in rebuilding a stator do all the coils have to get unwound and then new could rewound?
    Mostly rewinding the poles, BDT has the correct sized Copper Magnet Wire and a BDT made hand winder. It takes a bit of work, not the 'Best' option if (from a cost perspective only, performance is like NEW) "good used" Stators are around. The problem is IMO not many "good used" Stators are around, and now that Ricky Stator has dropped the line, and will not be making anymore 250R Stators, we need to do what we can, and BDT is doing just that to keep using the OEM versions.

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    What about Rick’s Stators? I guess it’s a different company than Ricky’s, but still reputable.

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    Quote Originally Posted by phaedrus007 View Post
    What about Rick’s Stators? I guess it’s a different company than Ricky’s, but still reputable.
    One word; JUNK.

    Carlos


 

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