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    Water Bum Rodneyae's Avatar
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    Need Stator help....

    Well went to the lake today, Bad day... well I will get into this later. I was riding at idle, and it was like I pressed the off button. I completly shut down. The way it did it, I knew I was in trouble. Well got home and varfied that I have no spark. So I am testing the stator using a DVOM. I got to testing the Pulser coil and getting some strange reedings. Just wanted some input on this..... Test without cranking it over. I get 24.8 ohms with a voltage creep. Then I turn it over a few times and the ohms go all over the place, including into the negative #'s. WTF. Well I belive this is my no run problem. Let me know what you think. Also this may be why the PRO CDI did not work. It was already on it's last leg....

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    Well I am going to assume (lol) that it is dead. I thought someone said that it was diffcult to do in the ski. Well 20 min. after the fuel drained form the almost full tank I have the flywheel removed. Piece of cake!!!! I am going to send it to BeerDart for testing. Just to make sure.


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    Roneyae,
    Why is that intake manifold bolt missing?
    How about that spring too?



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    MY SL has a huge structural bridge in front of the engine plate I wouldn't even try that! good wrenching! Z

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    She likes the bike. But the ski gets her wet!!!! xlint89's Avatar
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    Rodney, how does it measure up with the ohmeter? rd/pur-yel =.6 rd/wh-gr/rd =490 bl/rd-rd/wh =90 wh/yel-blk =220

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    You guys do not miss a thing..... I noticed the bolt missing also. I guess it vibrated out, or I missed it when putting it back together last week. The springs on the head pipe to cyclinder flange dose not align up really well so some of the springs do some crazy things. They do stay put with no leaking. All the measurements are good except for the, bl/rd-rd/wh =90 Geting readings all over the place. I think that it was on it's way out, and that is why the pro cdi would not work, and that is why I am getting some funny stuff at 6300 RPM.

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