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Old 04-08-2011, 12:44 PM   #1
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2000 gsxr 750 battery problems

Just put a brand new battery in my bike its been in storage for almost a year, I drained the gas new plugs and fresh oil change I rode it for about 45 minutes and all my electrical went out....I let it sit after it died and it got a little life back then push started it and rode it for a minute or two then it died again had to trailor it home after that and put it on the charger rode it again the next day and it was OK so I put it on a volt tester and it was at 12.14 volts and when I raised the rpms the voltage didn't move so I rode it to Walmart and back and when I got home it was at 11.37 volts will someone please help me my bike is all I have transportation wise now
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If its dying on a brand new battery, it might be the rectifier or stator. Sounds like the bike isn't charging correctly.
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If its dying on a brand new battery, it might be the rectifier or stator. Sounds like the bike isn't charging correctly.

What he said
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Old 04-08-2011, 04:34 PM   #5
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Old 04-09-2011, 10:55 AM   #6
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Just ordered a stator should I change my rectifier also?
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Does any one have a service manual for a 00-03 gsxr 750
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Old 04-09-2011, 11:35 AM   #8
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So the stator was bad for sure? You checked it? When my rectifier went out, I originally thought it was the stator due to a faulty meter, but I double checked it and found otherwise.

It's nice to have new parts for your bike, but don't order stuff if you don't know if you need it.

As far as a manual, I don't have one for your generation. Try Google.
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Well the stator sends power to the rectifier and I tested all the wires coming from the stator and I'm not even getting a volt at all
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Check the plug at the reg/rect, its likely corroded or melted and report back. After that I will talk you through the next tests..... More then likely wiring is the culprit or the reg/rect is bad. The stators rarely go out.
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BTW when you tested the voltage from the stator, did you test it in AC current? the stator makes AC voltage.... normally around 65v or so....then the reg/rect converts it to DC and regulates it down to a max of 14.4-15.0v.
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http://www.electrosport.com/technica...ng-diagram.pdf
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Like I tested the stator and it was only sending .65 volts
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Like I tested the stator and it was only sending .65 volts
65 volts AC? It depends on what you have the meter set of if you see .65 or .065 or 6.5 or 65....LOL If you tested the stator with the meter on DC settings you won't see .

That sounds completely normal. You likely have a reg/rect or wiring problem.
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Check the plug at the reg/rect, its likely corroded or melted and report back. After that I will talk you through the next tests..... More then likely wiring is the culprit or the reg/rect is bad. The stators rarely go out.
very rarely, when your talking bikes
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OK OK on CDC I'm getting 3 different readings....one of the three yellow wires is .45 volts the other two are reading .72 and .89
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OK OK on CDC I'm getting 3 different readings....one of the three yellow wires is .45 volts the other two are reading .72 and .89
Those sound more like resistance numbers.
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You need to check the stator wire with your meter on AC volts.
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OK and when I do what should I be getting?
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