Rick's Motorsport Electrics has been providing stators for over 30 years. Rick's manufacturers new and rebuilds custom stators for motorcycles, ATVs, UTVs, off road, street bikes, & snowmobiles.
Repairing malfunctioning stators may be a way of saving money and often a viable option for faulty stators that have been discontinued from the manufacturer or unobtainable as a new part. The team here at Rick’s Motorsport Electrics is committed to identifying and completing even the most complex repairs on preexisting stators for all kinds of machines. Just give us your failed stator, and our electrical experts will repair failed coils and components while troubleshooting any other potential issues.
Our stator rebuild and repair service is a customized process and every piece of equipment tailored to your machine’s make and model. All of our stator repairs are done with the highest-quality parts and components made in-house or sourced from manufacturers that operate under North American standards. Our stator repairs entail machine and hand wounding, 3M epoxy electrical insulation, and extreme heat resistance.
Understanding damaged equipment and developing successful solutions demands time and careful attention, but salvaging and repairing motorsport vehicles is in our DNA. We strive to get all of our customers back on their bikes as quickly as possible. If you need a stator replacement or repair, reach out to one of our team members to begin the diagnostic process. We will take a look at your vehicle and provide you with a custom quote.
Rick’s Motorsport Electrics provides our repaired stators with a one year warranty.
In many cases a new stator is the safest, most cost-effective solution for an
electrical system breakdown. Because repairing stators can be an intricate and detail-intensive process, replacing failed stators with an entirely new part can be a much easier route, depending on the specific motorcycle. Rick’s Motorsport Electrics offers high-quality and more affordable stator alternatives to OE components. Better yet, our stator replacements come with a 1-year warranty guarantee.
Our replacement stators are manufactured with the highest quality parts that will provide you with a smooth, seamless ride for years to come. We think about the customer experience from start to finish when building and selling our stators. We send all of our stators out with everything you need to install your new stator quickly, easily, and without stress. Rick’s Motorsport Electrics has been in operation since the late 1970s. Our team has been developing aftermarket stator solutions since they became a vital component of the modern-day motorcycle electrical system. Whether a custom-built part or a more standard model, we infuse every stator produced by our team with improvements and problem-solving solutions.
If you have questions or concerns about the specific stator replacement for your machine, speak to our experts today.
How Stators Work
Electrical systems in motorcycles have become increasingly complex over time. Often, riders and enthusiasts have very little sense of the components that generate the power for their modern, tech-driven machines. Perhaps the most critical part of today’s electrical systems is your stator, a circular piece of equipment containing coils around a dozen or more prongs along its perimeter.
The stator works in conjunction with your rotor/flywheel to create an alternator. These two combined parts of the motorcycle alternator generate electricity for your vehicle. The flywheel and stator together convert mechanical energy from the crankshaft into alternating current (AC). The AC is then converted to direct current (DC) via the rectifier. The DC (controlled by the voltage regulator) is then connected to the bike to run your electrical loads and keep the battery charged.
Why do stators need to be repaired or replaced?
Just as all motorcycles are not the same, neither are stators. All machines have varying energy requirements and electrical systems that range in complexity and features. Regardless of the make and model of your vehicle, your stator will wear out over time, largely due to the constant heat generation that thins and frays the copper wires. Stators do not require routine maintenance like other facets of your electrical system but will cause power failure as it ages. If you are experiencing issues starting or running your motorcycle, this can be due to your stator malfunctioning or aging.