Oil in Stator?


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  • Spokane31T

Posted June 12, 2007 - 01:18 PM

#1

I have recently purchased an old 86 XL600R. It was hard starting so I replaced the stator and it appeared to fix the problem. It ran great for about 50 minutes then quit and has been impossible to start. I found oil in the stator compartment so I am wondering of the oil has shorted out the stator. I get different opinions as to if the stator is oil bath or not. Otherwise I am probably looking at the CDI or Coil.

Thanks

RD

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  • martinfan30

Posted June 12, 2007 - 02:13 PM

#2

I have recently purchased an old 86 XL600R. It was hard starting so I replaced the stator and it appeared to fix the problem. It ran great for about 50 minutes then quit and has been impossible to start. I found oil in the stator compartment so I am wondering of the oil has shorted out the stator. I get different opinions as to if the stator is oil bath or not. Otherwise I am probably looking at the CDI or Coil.

Thanks

RD



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