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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Do you know for certain that the stator is bad?
Quite possible of course, but the R/R is a much more common failure.
The R/R used on later gen CBR1000 (or CBR600) is a much better device than that on your 05 1000.
Use this dianostic guide to determine if the problem is really the stator or the R/R - it applies equally to your Honda as any other bike.
One very quick test you can do on your stator is to unplug it, then measure resistance from the connector going back into stator: measure from any of the three pins to the engine ground. This should NOT be short - a short crcuit is an affirmative indication of a bad stator. If open, it is not necessarily definitive of being good, but most often is the case that a 'fried' stator has teh accompanying short to ground.
Posted on Aug 15, 2009
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