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06-07 Flywheel and Stator on 04

Having charging issues with 04. OEM Fywheel and Stator is not available anymore. Do the 06-07 parts fit the 04? Has anyone done this?
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Re: 06-07 Flywheel and Stator on 04

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Having charging issues with 04. OEM Fywheel and Stator is not available anymore. Do the 06-07 parts fit the 04? Has anyone done this?
Hey Fletch,

Looks like the part numbers are different, but only the last 3 which usually only means a vendor change, not a fitment change. It is possible that they would fit. I have no experience with it, but hopefully someone will know and chime in. You may want to try a dedicated 1k site, maybe @nigelrb will know someone.

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Re: 06-07 Flywheel and Stator on 04

IanDoohan,

Thank you for the input. I know these bikes had Stator issues but in the 12 years and 28k miles I never had a problem until last year. I burnt up the cheap aftermarket Stator I put in last week. I also love the fact you got my name reference from the Fletch movies. Thanks again for the help!
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IanDoohan,

Thank you for the input. I know these bikes had Stator issues but in the 12 years and 28k miles I never had a problem until last year. I burnt up the cheap aftermarket Stator I put in last week. I also love the fact you got my name reference from the Fletch movies. Thanks again for the help!
Igor Stravinski (twice removed cousin of Nugent, Ted Nugent) once sad that ebay stators are usually junk, but the reg/rec can toast stators as well.

I'm not as up to speed on the newer bikes, but it's not just a 1k problem. Honda has inherently had stator, reg/rec, and related connector issues since they went to the stator/flywheel design. The 93-95 900RR's were all the same, then with basically the same motor the 96-99 900's changed the size of the flywheel and stator and cover to not work on the older bikes.

That all being said, I have 2 Rick's Stators on my 93 and 99 900's 2 years and no problems. BUT, I also changed my reg/rec's on both to the larger, MOSFET units from reputable company in Missouri.....or Michigan. I can't remember. Either way, doable aftermarket stuff is out there.

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Re: 06-07 Flywheel and Stator on 04

A lot of useful information, I really appreciate it. I’ll tell Mr. Underhill you said hi next time I see him.
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Re: 06-07 Flywheel and Stator on 04

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Having charging issues with 04. OEM Fywheel and Stator is not available anymore. Do the 06-07 parts fit the 04? Has anyone done this?

So, I just picked up a 2005 CBR1000RR with low miles to which the original owner never had the flywheel and Stator replaced. Prior to buying I researched this greatly and made some phone calls due to the 2004-05 part numbers showing unavailable. The answer is YES, the 2006-07 parts will bolt right up and work.


Southern Honda Powersports actually lists the same part numbers for all 2004-2007 models and Rick's Stators specifically state that they will not warranty their stator unless you have upgraded the flywheel to a 2006-07. I provided the links so you don't have to take my word for it haha..


https://parts.southernhonda.com/a/Ho...MEL3E0900.html


https://ricksmotorsportelectrics.com...-Stator-21_118
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