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    RRzone Elder n3cr0's Avatar
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    After a long time off the forum.
    I have had a minor crash which damaged most of the left side of the bike and the rear rim.
    I have repaired 90% of the damage, 2nd hand rim,rearsets and new stator cover.
    And she has fried another reg/rec.
    This morning I have dropped her off at a workshop and asked them to fix it properly.
    Looking through my photos. it looks like I took no pics of the damage

    Wear your gear!
    ATGATT!
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    You know how it is when you lean back too far in your chair and almost fall backwards, but save yourself at the last second? I feel like that all day.

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    OUCH!

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    Been there. Glad you're okay.
    Our Veterans are giving life and limb for our country.
    Shake their hand, thank them for their service,
    buy them a drink, or a meal.
    Sacrifice is the true measure of a hero.

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    RRzone Elder n3cr0's Avatar
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    Woohoo!
    My Blade is back at home with a hand wound stator, new connectors and new reg/rec.
    Charging looks good so far.
    I hope this is the last time that I will have to fix this issue.
    You know how it is when you lean back too far in your chair and almost fall backwards, but save yourself at the last second? I feel like that all day.

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    Congrats

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    Glad you are safe.
    Those R/R issues can be a pain. I am sure it has been said before, but when I did it I believed this to be true:

    Bad Regulator fries the battery after time. If one component (stator, battery, or regulator) goes out it can fry the others. If you charge the battery and it is less than 13 volts, its no good. I would take your battery to have an overnight free test if you are having charging issues. There are great charts around to help you find the voltage needed at what rev. I feel like stators are often not the issue. Then finally, I don't like to buy stock regulators, 05 + 600rr, or even some gsxr regulators do much better. You can search for my old post, I think I used about an 02 gsxr regulator to fix my 900rr issue, (and a new bat).

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    ouchh........

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