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Aftermarket Suzuki GSXR Stator: The stator has been built to OEM specs with upgrades for improved performance. The wires are positioned for better heat disbursement. Save $100 form the cost of the OEM part and improve electrical system performance with better heat distribution. Fits year and models 2006-2009 GSXR600 & 2006-2009 GSXR750.
Price $ 158.95
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Rick's Motorsport Electrics has been producing high quality OEM style 3-phase charging system electrical stators for Suzuki motorcycles for over 30 years. These Suzuki GSXR Stators have been upgraded for improved performance and reliability. Specifically, the wires in these stators are positioned different than the original equipment for improved heat disbursement. You will find we are selling our stator for over $100 less than the OEM Suzuki stator.
As a functional part of the alternator, the stator plays a major role in generating power for the motorcycle. Stators are made up of copper wire wound around a steel core to form coils. When a magnetic flywheel attached to the end of crankshaft rotates around the stator it produces AC (alternating current). The AC power is input to a Rectifier/Regulator unit where it is converted (rectified) to DC (direct current) and then regulated to run accessory equipment and keep the battery charged.
Typically a Suzuki GSXR stator will fail due to overheating. If you ride your GSXR frequently, like as a daily commuter, as opposed to a weekend rider, your stator is more likely to fail. Hot climates like Florida, Southern California or Arizona can also be tough on a stator. Replacing the stator is a common fix on Suzuki GSXR bikes, and shows that you're getting in some great riding.
Call us at 603-329-9901 to inquire about a custom rebuild on your old Suzuki stator.
*Please note that any piece listed as “20-custom” requires you to send your core to us. That is a custom stator rebuild job and we will need your old stator part to rebuild it.