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2004 Yamaha V-Star 650 Custom. The bike is in excellent condition with 5500 miles and been garage kept. Again, this bike is one of a kind and priced to sell. It is located in Clemson, SC and can be seen upon request. Best means for reply are by email. $3,200.

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thanks for the info fellow's the problem i see is that the stator coil is showing 000 should be 0.50 and the pickup is in range so what is the best option, should i replace both or just the stator or do they come together when u get purchase one.
 

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Henry,
Your post here sort of came from nowhere. Is it from another topic? I am guessing you used a digital Ohm meter to check your stator coil. Be sure you are on the right meter range. To check a half Ohm (0.50) of resistance you would need a range of 2 Ohms or less full scale. You would need to short the leads together to read the resistance of the leads and adjust your reading by the error of lead resistance. 0.50 Ohms is a very low amount of resistance. Hard to read. Steer me back to the original topic.

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Henry,
Your post here sort of came from nowhere. Is it from another topic? I am guessing you used a digital Ohm meter to check your stator coil. Be sure you are on the right meter range. To check a half Ohm (0.50) of resistance you would need a range of 2 Ohms or less full scale. You would need to short the leads together to read the resistance of the leads and adjust your reading by the error of lead resistance. 0.50 Ohms is a very low amount of resistance. Hard to read. Steer me back to the original topic.

Dave
Dave, sorta lost on that one too, like to read more on it. I couldn't seem to find the thread it come from , maybe I didn't look at the right place, don't know.
 
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