Moose Racing Replacement Stator

    Moose Racing Replacement Stator

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    $139.95 - $179.95

    Rating 4.30 of 5 (2 Reviews)
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    Replacement Stator by Moose Racing
    • Replacement stators available at a fraction of OEM cost
    • Lighting coil fits under stock flywheel with no modification required
    • Make your motocross bike enduro-legal at an affordable price
    • Include wiring instructions
    • Developed and tested in the U.S.A.
    • 1-year manufacturer warranty
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    • Item # 9943

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    Honda Models

    • CRF450R: 2002 - 2004

    Kawasaki Models

    • KX250F: 2005 - 2008

    KTM Models

    • 200 EXC: 1998 - 2004
    • 200 MXC: 1998 - 2003

    Suzuki Models

    • RM250: 2001 - 2007
    • RM-Z250: 2004 - 2006

    Yamaha Models

    • YZ250: 1999 - 2012

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    Racing Stator

    Thanks for having this part on hand, and I will be doing business with this company again. Even though the wire was too short I had to make do with it and put some more wiring.

    Jacqueline - January 28, 2011

    (Rocky Mount, NC)





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    Moose Racing Replacement Stator

    At first it all looked great. During installment I found the wire that goes to the sensor at the front chain sprocket was 1 inch too short; all other wires fit well. I had to cut and splice/solder in a inch wire and install heat shrink for it to function. I have had two practice sessions and eight races with no issues. Very well worth the price and too easy to install, except for that short wire.

    Michael - April 07, 2010

    (Nolanville, TX)
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