Ok i spoke with the electrosport guy and it seem that the stator is a plug and play so ...its not working i ll just sent it back to them.thanks for your help !
Was your bike running before you started this Hi-output stator project?Does someone ever install one of these 280w with sucess ?
Sorry djeady, that is incorrect!Just a quick comment on rectifiers. They are just a voltage limiter that keep you from frying your battery, etc. Most bikes will produce more juice than needed and the rectifier dumps the excess to ground.
So, are they sending you another stator? Or are you going to reinstall your original which was running?My bike was running with the oem stator.the esg 450 stator came with a plug and play connection and it didn t start the bike at all but i didn t put the meter on it to know the output i just sent it back to electrosport .my doohickey is done i put the 2014 in it that is made on one piece and a lot thicker and i had to remove 3 coil of my actual spring to make it pull again with 1/8 play .the teflon had some groove in it and even the new spring was not working anymore.
Total brain fart - saw rectifier and read regulator - PDWESTMAN is correct.Sorry djeady, that is incorrect!
The Rectifier portion of the VRR converts AC (Alternating Current) from the Alternator Stator windings into DC (Direct Current).
It is the Regulator portion of the VRR which limits the Voltage, by dumping the excess to ground.
Voltage Rectifier Regulator.
And as has been previously discussed has nothing with Spark on a Gen 1 model.