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Stator rebuild rewind recommendation

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Can anyone recommend a good shop in Winnipeg, Kenora or Thunder Bay to rebuild / rewind a bike stator?

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Why would you want to go through all of that? Unless it’s a specialty item or a very old bike I would think you could replace it. 

Caltric is a company on eBay and amazon that really produces a decent coil. I can say  that’s based on my opinion only from three bikes I’ve replaced them in without any issues to date. Two of the bikes were built two years ago and ridden to hell and back.  Still good ! 

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It is actually for a BMW motorcycle with a specialty connector. I have an aftermarket but it does not have the connector. Thought I could get the old one rewound and have it plug and play.

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Honestly if the wiring is the same you would be better off cutting off the connector and soldering it to the new stator.  It is hard to find anyone willing to do this type of work these days, but contact RMStator or Ricks and see if the are willing to do the work. I have used them in the past to rewind stators on really old machines that parts are not available for.  

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Thanks for replies, ended up installing an aftermarket Electrosport unit and is working well. 

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There you go. Nice work, aftermarket stators are commonly available for lots of different engines. Happy yours worked out.

Ride safe. 

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