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    Stator Removal/Install Kit

    I have put together a little kit for the guys wanting to perform stator changes on the Domestic and Fuji engines.
    It seems Chip had some nice expensive electronic components he wished to share with you all.
    The package should reach pirate and Keddano Friday for their little project.
    I'm hoping they can add to the list and tool directions so that we may have it perfected for the guys/gals that need to replace their stator.
    The kit is still short a dial indicator but I'm hoping somebody will give one up. HINT HINT.
    In the kit to this point
    Domestic Stator Diode (Tests the staor for pulse)
    Monster Short Puller (no need for moving the damn tank anymore)
    Flywheel Holding Tool for both Domestic and Fuji Engines
    Timing Advance/Retard Module (enables you to alter the timing a couple of degrees either direction)
    Needed
    Dial Indicator
    Paper Degree Wheels (Lots of them)

    When we figure what else is needed I'll put it in a little better box kit, typed directions and it will be available for your use.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ph2ocraft View Post
    I have put together a little kit for the guys wanting to perform stator changes on the Domestic and Fuji engines.
    It seems JetskiMN had some nice expensive electronic components he wished to share with you all.
    The package should reach pirate and Keddano Friday for their little project.
    I'm hoping they can add to the list and tool directions so that we may have it perfected for the guys/gals that need to replace their stator.
    The kit is still short a dial indicator but I'm hoping somebody will give one up. HINT HINT.
    In the kit to this point
    Domestic Stator Diode (Tests the staor for pulse)
    Monster Short Puller (no need for moving the damn tank anymore)
    Flywheel Holding Tool for both Domestic and Fuji Engines
    Timing Advance/Retard Module (enables you to alter the timing a couple of degrees either direction)
    Needed
    Dial Indicator
    Paper Degree Wheels (Lots of them)

    When we figure what else is needed I'll put it in a little better box kit, typed directions and it will be available for your use.
    We should have picked up a inexpensive dial indicator from harbor freight.

    </IMG>623-2VGA
    Cen-Tech 1'' TRAVEL MACHINIST'S DIAL INDICATOR $14.99
    Sale price $7.99

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    Those are pretty inexpensive but what we really need are the adaptors for the spark plug holes, I won't let mine go.

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    heres a great deal on a good gauge
    http://www.jaysmithracing.com/index.html

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    I will donate A lasered degree wheel. Where should I send it?
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    AL,

    How big are the paper degree wheels? Does somebody have an original?
    Is some accuracy is lost during replication? 2% ?, Would it be useful to
    laminate them in plastic ? How many?


    smokewagon,

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    We took pictures of the tear down and stator removal,(Including me standing on the ratchet with all my weight to break the stator lose),Planning on making full tech referance with pictures for the site. Maybe we could make a video of setting the timing and such too.We can make a set for the package.

    We'll pick-up the Dial Indicator from Harbor Freight to add to the kit.

    Now if we could get someone to take a old spark plug base chuck it up and drill/ream the center out to fit the dial indicator and cross drill it for a thumb screw or allen head,we would have the adaptor(HINT,HINT-Beer or Artie or anyone?)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Keddano View Post
    ...Now if we could get someone to take a old spark plug base chuck it up and drill/ream the center out to fit the dial indicator and cross drill it for a thumb screw or allen head, we would have the adaptor (HINT, HINT -Beer or Artie or anyone?)
    My guess is that it will get machined from solid material, not an old plug (that ceramic material is HARD).

    If there is a way I can contribute to the project, let me know.
    Documentation editing, perhaps?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SMOKEWAGON View Post
    AL,

    How big are the paper degree wheels? Does somebody have an original?
    Is some accuracy is lost during replication? 2% ?, Would it be useful to
    laminate them in plastic ? How many?

    smokewagon,
    If the degree wheel can be posted in PDF format, then it can be printed fresh by whoever needs one. Even if someone's printer shrinks or expands the wheel image, the proportions should be maintained, so the accuracy should be reasonable.

    Many inexpensive printers these days can handle fairly thick paper/card stock, and an office supply shop can laminate a single page fairly cheaply.

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