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    Quote Originally Posted by F5 Dave View Post
    Really? That CR250 stator was a real push and go with enough power to run a pump if required. I'd buy it back if I was reentering the market.
    how meany volts does it push out? Would it be ok for a fuel injection pump?
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    About 14 using the regulator fitted to it when I sold it.

    On my 100 it powered the ignitech and a reasonable water pump and you could rev it through the gears on the dyno with a meter over the capacitor and it would not drop from there.

    Must use a capacitor on output. I did put battery leads on as well so you could plug in a battery so could talk to ignitech when not running.

    Without the battery it would push start immediately. They are a great stator and used to be cheap on Ebay but those days are gone. There were some CR125 rotors that were only 4 pole.
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    Quote Originally Posted by F5 Dave View Post
    About 14 using the regulator fitted to it when I sold it.

    On my 100 it powered the ignitech and a reasonable water pump and you could rev it through the gears on the dyno with a meter over the capacitor and it would not drop from there.

    Must use a capacitor on output. I did put battery leads on as well so you could plug in a battery so could talk to ignitech when not running.

    Without the battery it would push start immediately. They are a great stator and used to be cheap on Ebay but those days are gone. There were some CR125 rotors that were only 4 pole.
    cool think it may work . Thanks for that . Thinking a 95 onwards rs125 maybe good to
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    i am pretty sure the Ktm 125 -300 stator use the same Kokistan with 25 watts on various models.
    2k1 you see on the SX models
    2k2 you see on the MXC models
    2k3 you see on the EXC models
    they are the same make and are the same size so i am guessing they are the same stators only different outputs for different uses
    http://www.cafehusky.com/threads/08-...-do-that.2755/
    you can get aftermarket lighting coild for them pretty cheap as the KTm are current bikes
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    Building a er6 race bike and want a light flywheel to run the injection pump
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    i found a post where dave said his CR one was 40 Watts

    Quote Originally Posted by F5 Dave View Post
    Heaps of aftermarket on eBay. 50w upgrade too
    Yeah Ricky stator rings a bell. My std 40W runs igni, water pump and a few other things and never drops in voltage in all gears run.
    or you could do What Rob at ESE does

    Quote Originally Posted by TZ350 View Post
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    How to make a decent light weight racing 12 Volt generator stator for the Suzuki GP/TF/TS RG50 from a Lifan after market magneto kit. We have spun these to 14,000 rpm plus on the dyno and they have proved reliable on the track.

    The Lifan back plate and modified flywheel fits perfectly into the Suzuki GP/TF/TS and RG50 cases.

    Attachment 329025

    Basically the conversion involves transferring the center from a Suzuki flywheel to the Lifan.

    Attachment 329023 ... Attachment 329024

    Chambers starts by spinning the heads of the rivets off of the Suzuki flywheel. He then punches out the rivets of the Suzuki fly wheel to free the Suzuki's center boss.

    He then bores the Lifan boss out to suit the Suzuki boss, a close fit is required here, basically size for size, with minimal clearance. And then he spins the heads of the rivets off the Lifan flywheel.

    The next move is to orientate the Suzuki boss and Lifan flywheel so that there is an appropriate gap between the heal of the trigger tooth and trigger coil at TDC, usually 20 deg.

    Attachment 329026 ... Attachment 329022

    The last move is to secure the Suzuki boss to the remains of the original Lifan boss left inside the Lifan flywheel. Chambers drills and taps through the Lifan flywheel and the remains of the original Lifan hub and rivet's. If a rivet turns, he gives it a little touch with the TIG, just a small tack weld is all that is needed to hold a loose rivet while it is drilled and tapped.

    We cut the two Lifan high Voltage winding's off and re wind the three empty stater polls for extra 12 Volt current capacity. Although you can get away with using just the three original 12 Volt coils for powering an Ignitec but if you want a water pump too then you need to rewind the empty three polls.

    Use a Lifan voltage rectifier/regulator and a 36V 2200uF capacitor for powering an Ignitec CDI ignition. If you do try winding on extra coils remember they are wound in alternating directions, ie; the first clockwise the second anti clockwise, the clockwise again and so on around the stater.

    We use the Lifan stater assembly to power our Ignitec ignitions. We have not tried it but you may get away with using the complete Lifan racing ignition package and CDI. The Lifan CDI is probably better for engines that don't rev much past 10k or so.
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    Looking Good......

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    Quote Originally Posted by TZ350 View Post
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    Looking Good......
    thanks . Trying for 100hp and around 120kgs
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ID:	346670just about finished restoring this Auto cycle 98cc .we think it could be a ex postie bike. A rudge seem to look the closest to it but meany makes were made for lots of companys. So who made them ?
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    So can you fit the dirty great chamber on it?
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    Quote Originally Posted by mr bucketracer View Post
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ID:	346670just about finished restoring this Auto cycle 98cc .we think it could be a ex postie bike. A rudge seem to look the closest to it but meany makes were made for lots of companys. So who made them ?
    had a feeling they were Excesior


    i thought autocycle refered to the engine
    Yowling posted a pic of the Angloitailian one he had that was from memory designed by Vincent Piatti
    that was whell driven clip on cyclemotor
    that engine i assume is villiers by the flywheel they would have sold the engine to whoever wanted to build them.

    have a look through here
    https://onlinebicyclemuseum.co.uk/to...s-motorcycles/

    but then again here is a Norman nippy which looks bang on that shape of the bottom of the tank is the same but i am only looking at a few pictures for a second.
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ID:	346671 the forks and the wheel and maybe the as well as the frames wheels or hubs and even guards could be proprietary components much like mikuni and keihin delorto carbs brembo nissan calipers and showa mazacooci KYB forks
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    There are so meany combos to this bike . The frame prombly stays mostly the same . But yet. Forks, stands,seat stands,tank ,etc change on these bikes .some company pumped these bikes out
    i'm over buckets

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    Quote Originally Posted by F5 Dave View Post
    So can you fit the dirty great chamber on it?
    lol ......
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