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Hello i change the stator on my bike and now the bike overheat and when is on idle he rave alone

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Maybe the stator is not matching right try another stator

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This problem is the alternator is not charging. You will need to trouble shoot the stator, rectifier/regulator. You will need a volt/ohm meter. It is best to get you a good manual. But as always check your fuses. The stator will produce AC voltage in about the 27 - 32 volts AC range at idle. Unplug the stator and check for voltage there at this plug when idling. Next plug the rectifier back in and check for voltage at the battery at idle, should be in the 14 volts DC range. If you are getting the proper AC voltage at the two wires on the stator and only battery voltage at the battery, then your rec/reg is not doing its thing. Hope this helps FixYa up.

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It is normal for the bike to overheat when idleing !

This bike needs air to pass through the radiator for cooling purposes. Air speed needs to exceed 40 kilometres per hour for effective cooling.

A good tip is to use only coolant in the radiator. Do not mix with water.

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