I bought this stator because it was the only one that was in stock at the time and I needed to have this bike built. The stator was properly installed and the bike had no spark. I installed a nother stator from a known good bike and had spark! I called electrosport to see if I need to unpin the connections and switch the leads.? I left a detailed message and have never heard back. The phone goes to voicemail everytime.
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I bought this item 2 months ago, it does not seem to have enough power to operate my new led lights. It died and now I can't get spark power to run my CRF450R. Moto sports however seem to have good customer service however not a fan of electrosport company.
After installation, it wouldn't start. Put my stock stator back in and it started right up.
Do not purchase anything from Electrosport unless you have thousands of dollars to burn! Because that is what Electro sport has cost me so far! I purchases a stator and regulator from them and had it professionally installed. The first time I took my bike out for a ride, it melted my battery and fried my electrical system. When contacted, Electrosport did replace the stator and regulator free of charge but refused to pay for the damages or the labor because they said the failure could have been the fault of the shop installing the parts. The shop put on the new stator and regulator but this time decided to check the output before giving the bike back to me. The new regulator was putting out almost 19 volts. This would have fried my bike again. When we contacted Electrosport, they once more offered to replace the now openly acknowledged faulty parts but without any compensation for the damage or labor cost incurred because of their product. I just got my bike back and went on another ride, my electrical system still seems to be having some problem as a result of the melt down. Back to the shop it goes. Please keep this story in mind when deciding to purchase from Electrsport. Even when their parts have been shown to be clearly faulty, they will not do anything but give you more of the same piece of garbage product and refuse to stand behind it. Their disclaimer on their website clearly states that regardless of how screwed up their products are they are not responsible for fixing the damage. Do you really want to purchase from a company like this? If you do, you have no one to blame but yourself when it destroys your bike. You have been warned.
So if you have the 2007 RMZ, or anything older I believe, it wont matter if you buy a lighting stator, your bike will never have enough power to light up any head lights or baja kits. Get something battery powered.
did not come with any electrical connections, just stator alone, add is wrong.
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Question asked by Trx 450r Hybrid
Question:Q: What is the output on this stator. Watts?Question asked Over 8 months ago
Question answered by Trevor GearheadUser's contributor status: Top 10Question answered Over 8 months agoAnswer: A: Wattage varies by fitment. There are 30 different options.
Question asked by Kevn
Question:Q: Fitting?Question asked Over 4 years agoI have a 2012 RMZ450, I am trying to make it street legal. Is there any way I can fit this battery on my Suzuki?
Question answered by MotoSportExpertUser's contributor status: Expert MotoSport StaffQuestion answered Over 4 years agoAnswer: A: Unfortunately we do not have a high output stator for your 2012 Suzuki RMZ450. I would recommend contacting Ricky Stator who can rewind your stock stator to power lights.