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orvilleortiz538

Stator from my Yamaha Raptor 660r and I need some help

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Hey Frank I posted some pictures of my stator from my Raptor660r and I need some help,here are some pics of the numbers I got from the stator the 494 is ok,that's from the white/red & white/green wires but from the white to white I was getting no reading and from the blue and red wires also no reading, so it's most likely done right?

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The stator has three white wires I believe ?  Across each phase wire  to wire you should have very close numbers.  Then each wire to a good ground should have no reading.   That would be a dead short if you did.   

I'm not  sure of the number you should be reading though as per the manual. 

If your not getting any reading across the phases (3 wires) then there a break. 

Let me know.  

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 This are yhe specs for the Rappy Yeah I'm not getting any reading from the white to white wires.... I think its fried.... I'm gonna start saving for new parts, Yamaha parts are Pricey!!!! CDI alone is about $375 and on and on it goes.....but a better cdi than the one the quad came with

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@orvilleortiz538 I started this new topic for you since you posted in my atv plastics topic and took it off topic...lol. 😋

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[mention=21974]orvilleortiz538[/mention] I started this new topic for you since you posted in my atv plastics topic and took it off topic...lol. 
@Ajmboy I did respond to your topic first...then I ask frank the ? about the stator ... but that paint Thinner and Linseed Boiled oil doesn't last long...

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@orvilleortiz538 yes but you are responding to two different topics. The idea in a forum is to keep topics on point and if you take it off topic, just start a new topic on whatever you like. So like your answer here on it not lasting long is great, but really belongs as an answer in the plastics topic/thread. I noticed you are using tapatalk, there should be a feature to start a new topic/thread in the app. Any "new" topic gets it's own thread and try to update those threads when its about that same topic. 😁

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[mention=21974]orvilleortiz538[/mention] yes but you are responding to two different topics. The idea in a forum is to keep topics on point and if you take it off topic, just start a new topic on whatever you like. So like your answer here on it not lasting long is great, but really belongs as an answer in the plastics topic/thread. I noticed you are using tapatalk, there should be a feature to start a new topic/thread in the app. Any "new" topic gets it's own thread and try to update those threads when its about that same topic. 
I apologize for taking your topic off track,I had posted something similar to that but I think it was on the Raptor forum and no one has answered yet....

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Hi! I don't know if you have found a new stator but you can buy it on the website electrexworld in UK. I did that for my Triumph motorbike and now everything is ok for low cost it's not original part but match 100%. Bye

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