Thread: 96 sl 900 stator
06-30-2010, 11:08 PM #1
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- May 2010
96 sl 900 stator
I've posted on here before about getting my rebuilt 900 running with electrical gremlins. I've never personally had this thing running since I bought it with a detonated cyl. Any hoo I tried a different stator that was the same vintage with no luck on the spark. I'm getting a single spark when hitting the starter, but no more than that. My question is now that I broke down and ordered the update kit for the cdi and stator is there anything else besides the kill switch that could prevent a no spark or single spark situation. I've done almost every test I have read about but I guess I'm just worried that with my luck I will put the new stuff in and not have a spark. And yes i do have a brand new battery with about 10.8-9v while cranking. I also plan on removing the black wire from the ebox to battery ground with the new system and connecting the red/purple wire to the orange terminal in the ebox........right?
07-01-2010, 10:27 AM #2
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- Jul 2007
- near Toronto, Canada
Your brand new battery doesn't sound all that strong. Keep an eye on it, as you are only a few tenths of a volt above the no-spark threshold.
This is why I recommend the factory sealed AGM batteries. Plenty of cranking voltage, well above the minimum requirement.
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