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Ground on the stator

Hi guys! Could this lack of paint be doing ground on the stator? I already changed the stator cover but still having ground on the 3 yellow pins
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Hi guys! Could this lack of paint be doing ground on the stator? I already changed the stator cover but still having ground on the 3 yellow pins
Did you check the inside of the stator cover to see if it is in contact with the brushed part of the stator?

If it is marked on the interiour then you might have found the fault..

Is that picture from your brand new 600RR ???



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A tech guy told me that the stator is grounded... Have to couil it again.
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