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Thread: Stator cover replacement

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    Default Stator cover replacement

    To start off with... I am a newb to working on bikes. I have always had a passion for old antique cars but recenly I had to relocate to an apartment. I am the kind of person that has to be messing with something so I bought a bike that I have room to work on. With that being said, I have the Clymer service and repair manual but I was wondering if there were any tips or tricks to replacing the stator cover on my 93 900rr. Thanks

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    Default Re: Stator cover replacement

    The Honda Service manual is usually the best choice for getting accurate repair information.

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    I've never had to deal with a stator cover personally.
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    Default Re: Stator cover replacement

    I suggest you do a search here, and maybe try "cover" instead of "stator cover", because there must be millions of stator stories

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    Default Re: Stator cover replacement

    A little late to the game here but I have to imagine that it is relatively easy, figure like doing a valve cover. Just drain the oil I believe and have a replacement gasket, never done one myself but if memory serves the stator spins freely in there so it should unbolt and a replacement bolts right in place.
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