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Compu-Fire stator, rotor, and VR kit part #?

Discussion in 'General' started by bikepoor, Jul 13, 2016.

  1. bikepoor

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    Hi, my 07 k9 quit charging and I determined that the stator is dead! WSW is down till July 15th or longer as the website states and though I can find the kits none list big dog specifically! Thanks
     
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    Have a bn vr and stator if u need. Purchased for my 07 as well.
     
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    HI Tim, thanks for responding I am definately interested! Can you tell me more about what you have? Is it the rotor also? What brand and amp? Thanks
     
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    Original is 32 ..just standard Harley evo.

    Upgrade is to a 40..lot more $$

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    I knew it was Evo but thought it was a different amp set up! I appreciate the info! I will order it today and get back to riding! Thanks!
     
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    wanted to give an update and say thanks for the help! i put the compufire 40 amp 3 phase on my K9 and it is working perfect! very easy install! i think it is awesome that guys on here are so willing to help and even offer their spare parts to get a fellow biker back on the road!
     
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    WTG BDB again..
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    :old2: Thanks for the update
     
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    Since I installed the voltmeter on mine I can watch the volts as I ride and was wondering what the big advantage would be to go to the 3 phase? I have 13.3-13.5 at idle, and anytime I'm going down the road no matter what RPM's its running at 14.3-14.4 volts. Now I realize its not Amps, but does the 8 additional amps really make that much difference:oldconfused:
     
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    Not a lick. Only difference with 3 phase is at idle it's like 14v.

    Extra amps are not needed on a big dog unless you got a stereo, heated grips and a bunch of other malarkey.

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    can I use any 99 evo rotor; or will I have to grind the tabs? I'm not talking about a 3 phase, just 2 phase aftermarket replacement parts.
     
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    Hey Guys.

    So I just installed my 40 amp on my 09 K9. Pretty easy task but I did not have to grind any tabs nor did I use any spacers and other parts that came in the kit except the rotar and stator.

    Did I install this wrong or is it possible that's its pretty much plug and play?
     
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    Unless the bosses have been grounded down before the rotor wouldn't fit square without it. Actually I don't think you could get it on, unless you took off the inner primary as well.

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    I have the factory charging system in my Mastiff but changed the voltage regulator for single phase compufire (after the oem one burned out) and at idle it I got 14.2 volts.

    Paul.
     
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