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The Arctic Cat stator from Rick's Motorsport Electrics is an OEM style replacement part engineered to fit a range of different snowmobile models. The stator has been built to OEM specs with upgrades for increased performance and durability. It's a perfect solution for replacing your snowmobiles OEM stator. Save up to 50% from the cost of the OEM Arctic Cat stator and improve your bike's electrical system performance.
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Rick's Motorsport Electrics has been producing high quality OEM style charging system electrical stators for Arctic Cat snowmobiles for over 30 years. A snowmobile charging system is more complicated that a typical 3 phase street bike charging system. These stators can be more difficult to test and diagnose than a street bike's stator due to their complexity. However, what the stator is actually doing is the same as ever: a permanent magnet is rotating around a coil of wire to induce Alternating Current. You will find we are selling our stator for over $300 less than the OEM Arctic Cat stator.
Many of the Arctic Cat snowmobiles that we provide stators for are run off AC systems, meaning they do not come equipped with a battery and the electrical power for the vehicle is derived directly from the stator. Rick's stator 24-001 is divided up into 4 separate circuits. Each AC output of the stator is responsible for a certain area of operation for the snowmobile. It is always good to check the stator if you develop a problem in any such area. For instance, if the fuel pump isn't working, check the circuit of the stator responsible for operating it before purchasing a whole new fuel pump.
For example, a stator for a 1999 ZR600 EFI (our part number 24-001) would give you the following connectors:
In this case, the stator is divided up into four segments with different wires creating the coils, which will drastically change the AC output of the stator. Because of this be sure to test each circuit individually if trying to diagnose whether a stator is faulty. Continuing our 1999 ZR600 EFI example, it could be tested with the following resistance values:
|Arctic Cat Snow||Powder Special 500 EFI||1999-2000|
|Arctic Cat Snow||Powder Special 500 EFI LE||2000|
|Arctic Cat Snow||ZL500 EFI||1999-2000|
|Arctic Cat Snow||ZR500 EFI||1999-2000|
|Arctic Cat Snow||ZR500 EFI LE||1999|
|Arctic Cat Snow||EXT580 EFI||1998|
|Arctic Cat Snow||Pantera 580 EFI||1999-2001|
|Arctic Cat Snow||Powder Special 580 EFI||1997|
|Arctic Cat Snow||ZL580 EFI ESR||2000|
|Arctic Cat Snow||ZR580 EFI||1997|
|Arctic Cat Snow||Powder Special 600 EFI||1998-2000|
|Arctic Cat Snow||Powder Special 600 EFI LE||1998-1999|
|Arctic Cat Snow||ZL600 EFI||1999|
|Arctic Cat Snow||ZR600 EFI||1998-1999|
|Arctic Cat Snow||ZR600 EFI LE||1998-1999|
|Arctic Cat Snow||ZR600 EFI LE XC||1998|