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Yana Shiki LRC Engraved Billet Stator Cover
Yana Shiki LRC Engraved Billet Stator Cover

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Item #YAS003O

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Dallas, TX, USA
Durability 5/5 Ease of Installation 4/5 Performance 5/5 Style 5/5
A Better Than OEM Replacement Stator Cover

My OEM stator cover cracked to pieces and dumped oil when the bike was laid down. I was reluctant to buy this replacement cover. Of course, the price was right compared to OEM. My concern was the fit. How close would it be? Would the faying surface of the cover be flush against the seal and engine? Would the stator be in the right spot? It was an easy installation. A thin layer of Permatex Ultra Black on each faying surface (cover and engine) and around the block seal for the wires prepared the cover for installation. The guide pins were on the engine side. The pins also held the reused seal. I lined up the cover after the sealant tacked up and the magnetism sucked it all the way into place. Loctite went on the first few threads of each included installation bolt. The bolts have 5 mm allen heads. I recommend either a long 3/8 drive 5mm allen or a shorter 1/4 drive. The wall of the cover will not allow a regular 3/8 drive allen. That's my only complaint. I was too lazy to buy the long or 1/4 inch set of allen drives. So, I used my magic elbow and torqued the cover by hand with an allen key. Installed, it looks great, the charging system works, and it doesn't leak. The machined aluminum is thicker (and heavier) than OEM. IF the bike goes down again on the cover, I'm confident that the chances of this replacement cover remaining intact will be increased over OEM and the bike will not lose its fluid as easily. As a coworker told me, the real moral of this story is, "Install frame sliders before you get on the thing."

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Q: Do I need a LRC specific gasket or can I use the factory gasket from Suzuki?
Over 3 years ago
This pertains to the LRC stator cover
Expert MotoSport Staff
Over 3 years ago
A: Yes the Yana Shiki LRC Engraved Billet Stator Cover would work with your stock gasket.
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# Part Numbers
Product Variant Manufacturer Part #
Polished A2915LRC
Black A4029ABLRC
Polished A4029LRC
Black A4031ABLRC
Black A4032ABLRC
Polished A4032LRC
Polished A4033LRC
Black A4290ABLRC
Polished A4290LRC
Black A5000ABLRC
Chrome CA2877LRC
Chrome CA2910LRC
Chrome CA2914LRC
Chrome CA2915LRC
Chrome CA2990LRC
Chrome CA3040LRC
Chrome CA3174LRC
Chrome CA4029LRC
Chrome CA4031LRC
Chrome CA4032LRC
Chrome CA4033LRC
Chrome CA4290LRC
Chrome CA5000LRC
Polished A5000LRC
Polished A2990LRC
Polished A2877LRC
Polished A3174LRC
Polished A2850LRC
Polished A3040LRC
Polished A2914LRC
Black A2990BLRC
Black A3174ABLRC
Black A2850BLRC
Black A3040AB
Black A4033BLRC
Chrome CA2850LRC