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Hi All,

I have a R6 13s 2011
My stator died and I replaced with a good quality replacement, not the cheap £40 versions.

I've done about 1000 miles since change and I think its gone again, I haven't had a chance to get the recitifier off and check that yet. So at the moment my money is on Stator.

I have no other external electrics fitted to draw power / create heat or load.

So I suspect wiring is earthing/shorting.
Is there a reliable way I can check this or should I get a new loom when I replace the stator. To save time and future headaches

Thank you
 

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Votlage drop testing will identify bad connections. Good grounding between components is especially important, to prevent overcharging. Running on a bad battery is also hard on charging systems.

For older models, it was common for the connectors on the regulator to corrode.
 

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Votlage drop testing will identify bad connections. Good grounding between components is especially important, to prevent overcharging. Running on a bad battery is also hard on charging systems.

For older models, it was common for the connectors on the regulator to corrode.
Thanks a lot :)
 
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