Author Topic: need help finding STATOR 31102-393-025 will trade parts, no relay for me witho  (Read 2127 times)

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Offline j4hfr34k

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i have a bunch of parts i just bought new in the box i am not going to need now that i tested everything, a new reg/rec unit from cycle x , 4 coils (2 sets 2 in box 2 in bag) , ,mini solenoid switch, custom ignition switch with built in starter like a car turn the key to crank, plug wire caps, new red box daiichi points  , all came from cycle x , i also have the original stock 1976 cb750a seat only one small rip in cover, foam is like new.

everywhere i look they say that part isnt available , if i cant get a working stator i wont be able to do the relay.
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i think i found a stator waiting to hear back from  them to make sure they have it in stock :)
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Is the stator the same as the CB750k?  If so, I might be able to help you out.  We can't have any one missing the Rally 2012!
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did you ever get a stator?????
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I may have mentioned earlier that ONLY the 750A field coil had a different resistance but that would have been wrong. While pouring through my 4 manuals during my rebuild recently I found in one of them a different resistance reading for the 750A stator. I checked the ones I have and yes the 750A is different than the F/K stator. This is one of the reason I have different manuals. None of them are 100% correct, not even the Honda Service Manual. At this point what I do NOT know is whether you can mix and match A's and F/K's. These are experiments I WILL do after I get my restore completed and start on my take-off spares bike.
« Last Edit: April 10, 2012, 08:24:36 pm by Jerry Rxman Griffin »
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thanks for the ino, i located a new stator in stock in the uk, but i was lucky to be able to fix mine it had a bad connection to one of the plugs.
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Good news. Cheap news too!
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I may have mentioned earlier that ONLY the 750A field coil had a different resistance but that would have been wrong. While pouring through my 4 manuals during my rebuild recently I found in one of them a different resistance reading for the 750A stator. I checked the ones I have and yes the 750A is different than the F/K stator. This is one of the reason I have different manuals. None of them are 100% correct, not even the Honda Service Manual. At this point what I do NOT know is whether you can mix and match A's and F/K's. These are experiments I WILL do after I get my restore completed and start on my take-off spares bike.

According to Hondaman's book you can use an A staor in a K to get a little extra output.  I think I remember you saying the same thing several months back after I voiced my intention of using an A stator in my k1. 
« Last Edit: April 14, 2012, 09:32:42 am by Prospect »
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From my initial research I did not realize the A stator had a different resistance value. I ran across some info while doing something on my restore that said the values were different so I did a double check on the ones I have and, yes, they do have a different resistance value. I knew the field coil had a different resistance value and initially THOUGHT that was the only difference. As I have said I have not done the actual swapping out YET to physically verify how this works. I will mix and match stators and field coils and try different combinations but not until I build my spares bike. I do not wish to fry the only NOS CB750F0/F1 wiring harness probably in existence when it is installed on my restore. I do have 3 used ones to play with at that point and fully intend to play with it. Not sure how much Mark Hondaman has investigated himself. He is very knowledgeable.   
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