Stator

Discussion in 'Touring Models' started by dhorne, Aug 26, 2009.

  1. dhorne

    dhorne Active Member

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    I called my stealer in Caracas and they want me to send the stator there so they can match it , I would have thought all stators for twin cam are the same , this is a 2001 ultra glide classic and it is imported if that makes any difference , is there a part number or is this dealor correct?
    thanks in advance
     
  2. TQuentin1

    TQuentin1 Well-Known Member Staff Member Moderator

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    Weird! You should have the 45-amp single phase stator assembly on that bike. I suggest calling Latus Harley Davidson in Oregon USA. They WILL ship internationally. Additionally, you should probably go ahead and change out your VR unless you have done that recently. They usually go out fairly close to one another. The P/N for the VR is probably 74505-97A.

    Latus HD toll free number is:

    +1 877 468 7584

    They do not open until 9a Pacific time in the US.

    TQ
     
  3. dhorne

    dhorne Active Member

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    thanks TQ , i changed out the VR as it had a bare wire which i would imagine did the damage , I cannot see why harley would have different stators for the EG , i suspect the stealer in caracas wants to just try to fix mine!!!
     
  4. glider

    glider Veteran Member

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    Look on the regulator. Most HD parts have a part number on them. Post it here and we'll take a look for you.
     
  5. dhorne

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    Glider - it had several numbers but i believe the one your looking for is 74505-97 and it also had 9190067206 and then it had a 906 circled and it also said made in Australia

    thanks again
     
  6. glider

    glider Veteran Member

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    Taker a look here...

    This is the part number, 74505-97

    Cycle Electric Inc

    CE-455-97 = 74505-97 = 1997-2001 All FLTs, FLHsCE-455-97 74505-97 1997-2001 All FLTs, FLHs

    Read this part...

    A more efficient approach to rectifying regulators.
    To control voltage on Harley-Davidson alternators other rectifier regulators dump current to ground. This causes maximum stator current and temperature at all times. Cycle Electric rectifying regulators block current to control voltage. This reduces stator current resulting in lower temperature and less drag on the motor which means more efficient operation. The largest and most noticeable benefit is a smoother charge to the battery. This means less battery maintenance and longer battery life.

    BLK REG 74505-97 97-01FLT, 78081010, BLK REG 74505-97 97-01FLT
     
  7. dhorne

    dhorne Active Member

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    thanks Glider , I have a new regulator , I am looking for the number of the stator to determine which one to buy , the dealer in caracas seems to want my old one to match it up for some reason , i would have thought they would have one to match the regulator
     
  8. glider

    glider Veteran Member

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    Take a look at the chart on this link and compare the plug and the descriptions with yours.

    Cycle Electric Inc
     
  9. dhorne

    dhorne Active Member

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    The regulator looks to be a ce445 with the P plugs , there is attached pictures of the one I took off
     

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  10. dhorne

    dhorne Active Member

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    Glider
    Took my stator off this morning and she is burnt crisp , it has no numbers and i am having trouble finding the number that will fit , is it any 45 amp single phase , i see there is a high output one as well ,I have had trouble with the computer in the past and dont want any more , the stealer here wants 450 plus shipping and 6 weeks delivery time...hmmmm I found it on this latus HD but thy havent responded yet as to the correct numbers
    thanks in advance
    Darren