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Anyone have any problems with them being over magnetized? I bought one a few years ago and no problems with it, but I've heard they have produced some bad ones. The bike will run but shuts off because of this.

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I think that happened a few years back, had about 5 or 6 of these, all worked perfectly!

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no problems. have one in each of 2 crf450's. Need to check your STATOR output.. it could be on the way out. someone just posted a vid on how to do it. very simple resistance check at the plug. i have checked another way at the ecu and special probes that plug into the multi-meter. Need 50vt output (on an 04 anyway). at one point it was down to 35vt and wouldn't even start. bought a used stator, fixed.

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no problems. have one in each of 2 crf450's. Need to check your STATOR output.. it could be on the way out. someone just posted a vid on how to do it. very simple resistance check at the plug. i have checked another way at the ecu and special probes that plug into the multi-meter. Need 50vt output (on an 04 anyway). at one point it was down to 35vt and wouldn't even start. bought a used stator, fixed.

No Melk, I've had one on my '08 for 3 years it's fine. And this has nothing to do with the stator, it is a over magnetized issue. I wonder if the flywheel used in the lighting setup has stronger magnetism and won't work with a stock stator.

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No Melk, I've had one on my '08 for 3 years it's fine. And this has nothing to do with the stator, it is a over magnetized issue. I wonder if the flywheel used in the lighting setup has stronger magnetism and won't work with a stock stator.

 

 

trailtech has pretty good tech support. call em

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Actually I remember something about that, for a few model years they offered a lighted or non lighting capable FWW, one ran off a stock stator, the other would not.  I agree, call trail tech!

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