Honda CBR929RR Stator Replacement
Stators are an electrical system component that can easily be overlooked when it comes to troubleshooting starting problems on a Honda motorcycle.
Watch the video above and follow the steps below to learn how to replace the stator on a Honda CBR929RR.
How to Replace the Stator on a Honda CBR929RR
Step 1. Remove the seat, which is secured by a bolt on either side.
Step 2. Remove the rear tank bracket, which is also secured by a bolt on either side.
Step 3. Unclip the electrical connector that feeds to the stator.
Step 4. Remove the left side middle cowl by taking off the five screws holding it in place.
Step 5. Remove the stator cover from the left side of the engine by taking off the nine bolts holding it in place.
Step 6. Remove the stator by taking off the four bolts holding the stator, and the single bolt holding the stator cable.
Step 7. Clean the stator cover with contact/brake cleaner, then remove all remaining traces of the old stator cover gasket from the cover and the crankcase.
NOTE: Be careful not to damage the gasket surfaces of the cover or crankcase.
Step 8. Install the new stator and torque the four mounting bolts to 9 foot-pounds. Next, torque the stator cable bolt to 9 foot-pounds.
Step 9. Apply sealant to the pair of grooves in the stator cable’s rubber seal and install the seal into the stator cover.
Step 10. Put a new stator cover gasket on the crankcase and reinstall the stator cover. Torque the cover bolts to 9 foot-pounds.
Step 11. Run the new stator cable up under the frame and gas tank, then reconnect the electrical connector.
Step 12. Reinstall the rear tank bracket, the seat and the left side middle cowl and you’re done.
Before spending money to replace the stator on a motorcycle, it’s always a good idea to test it first to see if it actually needs replacing. Watch the video below to learn how to test powersports vehicle stators.