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Re:Stator/Regulator Replacement
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Re:Stator/Regulator Replacement 7 Months, 2 Weeks ago  
Well cause of cost and I am unsure how to wire up the ford relay I went with the RMSTATOR unit fro 29 bucks. In for a penny in for pound I suppose. Should be here Monday I hope. Our mail here leaves a bit to be desired. We will see what happens next. Been raining for a week now so I can wait I suppose.

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Re:Stator/Regulator Replacement 7 Months, 1 Week ago  
Went back to rmstator they told 3 times the charm and I am not getting a replacement rectumfryer. They did agree to refund my money however after a bit or email exchanges. Found a place on ebay named fallen cycles just by chance in Daytona. 26 bucks for a 2008 Rectifier and from the part number I believe it is a mosfet unit. Looked like new. They are just up the road 45 minutes or so. I went and picked it up. Never new they were around cause I would have bought a stator there if they had one. Anyway put the unit in and wallah 13.9 volts at the battery. Had 13.4 -7 with rm unit. Bike fired right up and runs nice. Gonna rain bad in the am with lightning so will try to ride Saturday cause I have to work the weekend. We will see what happens next.
 
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Re:Stator/Regulator Replacement 3 Months, 3 Weeks ago  
Well its been a while now since the replacement of used rectifier and stator, starting relay. I have had no issues with starting, running and battery. I guess the used OEM rectifier and RMStator high output stator was the right combo. I would surely go for OEM on the rectifier and leave the cheap crap off the scoot. Just wanted to give a status back.
 
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