So I gave up on the cheapo made in china stator and found a WR stator and flywheel. After the install, the bike feels totally different on the trails and road, and starts on first or second kick every time. With the Chinese stator, it would start on the first or second kick cold, but once it was hot it wouldn't start again until the engine temp was below 100 degrees. Lesson learned, again... I've added a DHH headlight, LED tail light and turn signals, a horn, a Trail Tech Vapor, and a 12v LiPo battery. They're all connected to a home made harness, and they all have their own ground that is NOT connected to the frame of the bike. With the cheap stator, I grounded one of the yellow wires to the frame and ran the other to an AC regulator, then on to the headlight. That setup sucked at idle, but was tolerable with some RPMs. Since the Vapor and LED lights use so little power, I just let the LiPo battery power them and kept it connected to a battery tender when I wasn't riding. Now that I have a real stator that can handle everything I have and more, I'd like to incorporate a charging circuit and power the headlight with DC voltage. I bought a Trail Tech regulator/rectifier (http://www.trailtech.net/7004-RR150.html) and figured I'd be good to go, at least until the WR stator came in and I realized it only has one yellow wire for the lighting circuit, while the regulator/rectifier needs two. I had to ground the light pink wire out of the CDI connector to get spark, and my single yellow wire is putting out lots of AC voltage. My guess is that the other wire for the lighting coil is already grounded at the stator, and that disconnecting it from ground should give me the two wires I need for the regulator/rectifier. Unfortunately, I forgot to check the stator before installing it, and the flywheel puller for my YZ flywheel won't work with the new one! I have searched the forum quite a bit, but there are so many posts with different and often conflicting information, that I figured I'd have better luck this way. Basically, I just need to know how to wire a two wire rectifier to a stock WR stator with a single yellow wire. I really don't want to throw more $$$ at a puller if I don't need it so hopefully there's a way to do this without pulling the flywheel? Any ideas? Suggestions? Thanks!!!