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    96 Hurricane stator removal

    Does any one know the procedure for taking the stator housing apart so i can clean it out, and check the front seal?

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    Quote Originally Posted by waterbikemayhem View Post
    Does any one know the procedure for taking the stator housing apart so i can clean it out, and check the front seal?

    96 Polaris hurricane-
    Welcome to the forum..
    what makes you think its bad???
    I would just pressure test it(known as a leak down test)
    seals can look ok and still be bad.
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    Quote Originally Posted by KEYZBUM View Post
    Welcome to the forum..
    what makes you think its bad???
    I would just pressure test it(known as a leak down test)
    seals can look ok and still be bad.
    pm sent
    matt

    It's probably just as easy to pull the cover on the 'cane. Plenty of room to work there.

    -Remove the oil pump-2 bolts (8mm wrench)
    -Remove the 9? bolts holding the mag cover on. (10mm wrench)
    -Remove flywheel nut and flywheel (need a puller)

    You should be able to inspect the seal with the stator in place.

    If you need to remove the stator, there are 3 alan-headed bolts holding it in. (They might be philips screws...my '96 900 had them. Much hard to get out if they're even a little seized.)

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    i need to clean er out cause its wet in there. is there a chance that the electrical parts are still ok? i'm thinking its the front seal or the flywheel cover gasket material thats letting fluid in there.

    i'm hoping i can just open er up then hit er with contact cleaner, blow with air and put er back together?...?

    are the mag cylinder hall effects sensors on the bottom of the stator housing? cause that would make sense since the mag cylinder is not firing.

    any help will be much appreciated...thx

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