there are your testing procedures.
if one or more components turn out to be faulty id suggest getting replacement parts from rick's motor sports web page. you can find them cheaper on ebay but you get what you pay for and its well worth a little extra money to get a product with a guarantee and is well made vs some indonesian rebuilt stator that who knows is worth a f#ck.
you can get on ebay and find your replacement wire connectors for your melted ones. they are cheap. im not real sure if ricks offers them or not or you can get replacements from honda.
another word of advice, when you put in the wire connectors dont wire nut them in or use butt connectors. your best option is to use heat shrink tubing and solder in the wires. its worth watching a video n buying the 10$ soldering gun n solder n flux to do the job right. it will resist corrosion much better soldered in and help protect your investment on the parts if you do need to buy them.
check all your wires in that area. including the wires that go to your starter solenoid. they often get cooked as well. if they look sketchy at all may as well replace the solenoid and its wires as well. far as the solenoid is concerned i think you are safe getting it from ebay if rick's doesnt offer one.
the r/r is a pretty common fail point on honda charging systems n you might just need to replace that n not the stator. its hard saying until you get in there n test the parts. the tests are simple enough n that chart i posted will guide you through it. if you have questions might search you tube for some videos. its a common thing so youll have no trouble finding some just beware not all videos are done by professionals n some are done by down right dumb asses. lol the chart is dead on for the procedure so if you find a video thats not jiving with the chart look for another.
good luck n post up your findings n fixes. could help others down the line with similar problems. you might just do a search here as well, there are many threads on the subject of r/r stator replacement to help you out. even a few write-ups.