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Stator wire melted 98 GSXR 750

Having the same trouble going to rip it apart today. Any good advice would be useful

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I guess its the regulator/rectifier thats pushing too many volts down that wire. Try another unit after fixing the wire

Posted on Sep 12, 2009

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