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Old 11-04-2012, 11:25 PM   #1
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04 r1 stator trouble. PLEASE HELP!

well finally pulled out the stator and rotor assembly and discovered that all the magnets on the inside of the rotor have been cruched and granulated so now it has more than likley disperssed meatal all in my engine and all that good stuff.....
so lets say i pull the oil pan, clean it out, put fresh oil in it, blow out the crank case and anywhere i can try to blow out any metal particales, then i install new stator,rotor and starter clutch assembly along with a new battery.....should it start????
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Old 11-04-2012, 11:39 PM   #2
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Motor rebuild, or buy a drop in motor. I thought I could get by with doing what you just mentioned too....bike started and ran good for a few hundred miles....then BOOM, without warning I threw a rod going 80 down the freeway....I suspect it was because of all the that was still floating around in the motor....
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Old 11-05-2012, 06:37 AM   #3
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aaronr90, While there can be a very slim chance you can remove all of the debris by flushing, changing oil filters very often and maybe a magnetic drain plug I think that engine and transmission will need a complete teardown.

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Old 11-05-2012, 08:31 AM   #4
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well finally pulled out the stator and rotor assembly and discovered that all the magnets on the inside of the rotor have been cruched and granulated so now it has more than likley disperssed meatal all in my engine and all that good stuff.....
so lets say i pull the oil pan, clean it out, put fresh oil in it, blow out the crank case and anywhere i can try to blow out any metal particales, then i install new stator,rotor and starter clutch assembly along with a new battery.....should it start????


On top of the metal everywhere you need to check your crank runout before anything! The rotor is connected to the crank and when the rotor gets impacted theirs a good change it bent the crank slightly. I would start their first. Then worry about the metal.
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I say take it to Patrick and let him deal with it
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Old 11-05-2012, 10:39 AM   #6
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From my experience. Try cleaning it out first. You have nothing to lose. And maybe a good motor to gain.
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Old 11-05-2012, 03:00 PM   #7
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Ok ok all good options I'm getting.
Well luckily I have a buddy selling a bike that matches mine and he only wants 1300 cuz I think its salvaged, only bad thing is its been sitting for 2 yrs ,with the same oil n gas in it BUT I put my new battery in it and it started right up with no crazy sounds or what have u, what u gentleman think, is that a good deal?
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