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Old 05-11-2010, 04:37 PM   #1
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Gsxr Stator

I am trying to replace the stator in my 2006 Suzuki gsxr 600. I unscrewed the stator cover only to have a small amount of oil/lubricant ooze out. I immedietly retightened the bolts. Is there supposed to be fluid in the stator compartment?
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Old 05-11-2010, 04:44 PM   #2
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yup put it on a stand so it wonts spill out most of the oil
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yup put it on a stand so it wonts spill out most of the oil
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Old 05-11-2010, 05:08 PM   #4
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oh and another thing make sure you dont mexican torque lol cause i did that and the stator cover was over tighten and was holding the starter back so it sounded forced its just FYI 7lbs is what i did
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And be sure you replace the gasket if needed, or clean it off completely and use RTV when you put it back together. Check your oil level before cranking her up when you are done, top it off if necessary. To see if the exchange worked, put a voltmeter to your battery once the bike is running. The voltage should go up slightly when you give it gas. If the voltage goes down, time to replace the rectifier also.
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I did both of them at once might as well
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