this is exactly what is happening. mind you the whole bike is chromed out so i thought maybe heat is causing it to be trapped in but still it shouldn't
be that bad. I have an extra rectifier thought maybe swapping those would help. Ive went threw 5 stators in 4 years :/
The problem is regulator/rectifier.
Do not replace it with another HONDA OEM one, they are $hit.
Buy a Ricks motorsport regulator, it's designed to work in high heat environment. If you look it's for the CBR with hotshot technology.
No affiliation with them, you will need to look up their site. Expect to pay $150 and have your troubles gone.
Nothing to do with stators.
If your battery has been abused enough with this problem, it may need to be replaced, take it out and get it tested if you are unsure.
While you have the side panel off, clean up the ground wires that terminate to the frame, and put some dielectric grease on them, as well as the the new connectors.
the Honda ones test fine when they are cold but are prone to ongoing failures when hot. If you have a new Honda one you haven't put on, sell it on craigslist.
If you can't afford new, you might want to try reg/rec from some of the more recent R1's, they are decent. I'd go with a ricks myself. Guy who owns a local supply shop told me they sell lots of them, and haven't had ONE back.