Just went back to your first post and noticed this:
Stator unplugged n it puts out 60+ ACV all day long..
Plugged in n it drops to 11 ACV n only 12.4v or so at battery..
if the stator is generating 60VAC on all three phases, and it drops to 11 VAC when the stator is plugged in, but its not sending any real power to the battery
then the regulator is loading up the stator and pulling the voltage down below the battery voltage.
I cant believe that is how the regulator works - they did that on the first goldwings, they put an alternator in that output 15 something volts, and to reduce the voltage they loaded up the alternator with a dead load to drop the voltage... Those early goldwings all blew out their alternators, and you had to take the engine apart to replace them.
Unless the service manual has a debug tree for this I would want to see what a working bike does to the stator voltage when the regulator is connected and unconnected.
It also makes me wonder if someone buggered up the wire harness somehow, and the stator wires are mixed up with the ground wires, or some other stupid mistake. It left the bike in a condition where it was sorta charging the battery, so whoever did that before you got your hands on the bike just left it that way?
One of the assumptions we always make when debugging electrical stuff is that no one has been in there changing wires or connectors around - we assume something has failed, and when we replace it, it will work correctly.
For example, if the regulator has an input connector, and an output connector, and the previous owner swapped one for the other, I would never know which one is which on the regulator....
or maybe they put a regulator from another bike in, and changed the wires on the connector to match...