Questions & Answers for: Yamaha YZF-R1 stator specs

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Question about 2002 YZF-R1

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how do i test if the stator is bad I've never worked on your type of bike but the way it's done on Harleys is to unplug the wires coming from the stator that plug into the regulator. Then start the ...

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how to remove a stator pully for a 2003 yamaha r1 HEY BUD, THERE IS ONLY ONE WAY TO PULL THE STATOR ALL BIKE COMPANIES MAKE A PULLER JUST FOR THIS PURPOSE. YOU SHOULD INVEST IN ONE THEY ONLY COST 20 ...

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how to change an alternator on 2002 r1 If you are talking about the stator, you need to remove the left engine side cover, remove the bolt that is holding the fly wheel to the crankshaft, then use a ...

i cahnged the stator and rectifer and battery but i changed the stator and rectifer and battery but still drains ..how do i check the stator n r/r Ck at the battery with a voltmeter in series onthe ...

take off a stator for 2003 yamaha R1 how do i take off the stator Hi, Tom for this scenario you will need your service/owners manual if you can't find the first and best tool you ever bought for your ...

Question about 2005 YZF-R1

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stator rotor assembly magnets Can you replace magnets Hi, Anonymous if you can find them and have the proper glue better off replacing the rotor for this scenario you will need your service/owners ...

how to take out a 2006 yamaha r1 stator rotor assy stator flywheel removle You need a puller tool. Remove the bolt holding this unit onto the crankshaft and then install the puller

...tell you. If you're going that deep into the bike, you should really have one.

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Yo Bruh... The torque specs for my Yamaha Vstar stator are 5.1 FT ...

why does the stator keep burning up on my 2003 yamaha yzf r1? Hi, Kenny trust me you are not alone with this issue basically it's Yamaha's fault with substandard quality in the design of the circuitry

Trying to find out why my stator is burning out this is my second stator I put on 2003 r1 Hi, Rudy and the usual suspects are: 1. Excessive electrical "HEAT" aka "AMPERAGE" melts the varnish ...

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