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Old 05-09-2014, 11:35 AM   #1
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My Stator Went out.

Does anyone know where I can get cheep stator for a 2000 Yamaha R1?
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Old 05-12-2014, 10:57 AM   #3
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I checked on there and most of them are pretty expensive. Are there any shops that i can contact in the cypress area that do really good work and are dependable?
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Old 05-12-2014, 11:02 AM   #4
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Stator is an easy fix. It's less than an hour job. If you find a "cheap" stator, it's probably 3rd party. Spend the money and get OEM. Just don't forget to order the stator cover gasket, too.
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What he said ^^^^^ that's an easy fix and stators aren't cheap
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Thanks i will start looking for the OEM
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arent they copper windings? any chance you can get yours rebuilt?
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Stator is an easy fix. It's less than an hour job. If you find a "cheap" stator, it's probably 3rd party. Spend the money and get OEM. Just don't forget to order the stator cover gasket, too.

On the R1 the rotor requires a puller to remove it in order to gain access to the stator. The stator actually bolts to the case and then the rotor slides over is and is bolted to the crank, unlike most other bikes that bolt to the cover.
If you don't have the correct tools do yourself a favor and don't mess up the rotor or end of the crank trying to remove it.
Do you know for sure the stator is bad?
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