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Thread: Stator rewind!

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    Stator rewind!

    Does anyone know how to rewind a stator on a 2006 DRZ125L? It only has 4 poles and I would like to to make it street legal. Any help would be appreciated!

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    i dont think you could make a drz124l street legal...but i donno how to help u

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    Contact Ricky Stator,their in the back of Dirt Bike Mag, I used them on a
    CR 250,with excellent results.

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    You can make anything street legal if you try hard enough. In the case of a dirt bike you need a headlight with a battery that can operate the head-light for 20 or 30min without the bike running, taillight that is brake activated and DOT approved street tires. I am actually in the process of doing it to my RM250 but I'm going the extra mile and running blinkers, and a license plate light as well. The stator rewind he is looking for will boost the power output to allow for the added draw of the lights.
    "Once I establish myself, deputy spade might be a groovy position"

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    it depends on the state, some see the vin# that reads off road use only and thats the end of it

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    Quote Originally Posted by the_privateer View Post
    it depends on the state, some see the vin# that reads off road use only and thats the end of it
    I don't know what state is like that, I saw a yamaha blaster converted to a 3 wheeler and made street legal in california of all places.
    "Once I establish myself, deputy spade might be a groovy position"

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    Clunked into first gear
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    Most states require you to have flashers. If your state doesn't require signals it still may require you to have the tail-light as your flasher. Just something to look into before you take it in for inspection.
    It is the mark of an educated mind to be able to entertain a thought without accepting it. Aristotle


    '07 Suzuki M50, Corbin Dual Tour with Backrest, Kuryakn SwingWings, 2 1/2" lowering bones, Jeff's Riser Spacers, NGK Iridium Plugs, Amsoil Synth 10w30


 

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