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Are there any oter stators for the suzuki rmz 450 to make it streeet legal?

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Sorry not possible my friend

Posted on Jun 12, 2009

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My 2008 rmz 450 kick starts no problem then about 5 seconds later it immediately dies, like you hit the kill switch...just started this yesterday any help will be greatly appreciated


try simple option first like change the spark plug as plugs can fail under load and cause this? if no improvement then I would get a multi meter and test resistance readings on your stator connection leads and also check resistance on your ignition coil pack - Your service manual will have the range of in spec readings for you to check against
This symptom sounds almost guaranteed to be electrical fault - best case new spark plug or worse case new stator or ignition coil required any auto ranging OHMS meter will give you enough information to know if stator needs replacing as your readings will be way out of spec on one or all of the sources
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Timing chain fault. do 2005 rmz 450 bend valves when timing chain jumps?


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