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Wow, just found out how expensive replacement parts are for the TW200! The stator (2YG-81410-M0-00) went out on my son's bike, and I am having a tough time finding a used one. New I can find it for approx. $300.00, but wow that's kind of steep! Anybody able to help out???
 

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Wow, just found out how expensive replacement parts are for the TW200! The stator (2YG-81410-M0-00) went out on my son's bike, and I am having a tough time finding a used one. New I can find it for approx. $300.00, but wow that's kind of steep! Anybody able to help out???


Contact RMStator they might be able to rebuild it cheaper than buying a new one. Also check around at your local auto electric and electric repair shops they might have the equipment to rewind your stator for a reasonable price. Also search the internet try things like 'motorcycle stator repair or rewind, etc.



Try Ricky Stator http://www.rickystator.com/ They might even be able to rewind it and increase its output for the same or lower price.



Also find someone who can take the Yamaha part number and convert it to the manufacturers part number or look on the part-it might be stamped on it. Yamaha does not make the stator they contract out to someone-who ever that company is if you can get that part number you could buy one of those most likely for a much cheaper price.



Good Luck



Mike





PS Just curious what is damaged on your stator-and how did it get damaged?
 

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"Just curious what is damaged on your stator-and how did it get damaged?"





I'm not sure what happened to it! Parked it last Dec for the winter and took the battery out, as it was needing replacement. This April I got a new battery, put it in and hit the starter...spun over great, but wouldn't start. Did all the usual carb things, then checked the plug. Looked fine, but had no spark! Replaced plug anyway but no change. Went thru the troubleshooting chart in the service manual and came up with the stator being bad. I didn't trust my electrical know-how enough to rush out and buy a $300.00+ part, so I took it to one of our local mechanics. Had him go thru it, without telling him what I thought it was and he came up with the same thing. He said it had a dead short in the winding, I think. Kind of weird, but possible.

Thanks for the info on the other options, I will check with them later today!!!
 

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"Just curious what is damaged on your stator-and how did it get damaged?"





I'm not sure what happened to it! Parked it last Dec for the winter and took the battery out, as it was needing replacement. This April I got a new battery, put it in and hit the starter...spun over great, but wouldn't start. Did all the usual carb things, then checked the plug. Looked fine, but had no spark! Replaced plug anyway but no change. Went thru the troubleshooting chart in the service manual and came up with the stator being bad. I didn't trust my electrical know-how enough to rush out and buy a $300.00+ part, so I took it to one of our local mechanics. Had him go thru it, without telling him what I thought it was and he came up with the same thing. He said it had a dead short in the winding, I think. Kind of weird, but possible.

Thanks for the info on the other options, I will check with them later today!!!




That is strange those stators are pretty bomb proof and well protected.



Good Luck I would start with RickyStator if there is no one locally that can rewind it.



I bought a second used one that was physically damaged--- the previous owner claims he did some work under the housing and lost a bolt-he assumed it fell out and went to ride the bike when he heard a grinding sound followed by a loss of power.



It turned out the magnet picked up the bolt and when riding the bolt damage the stator.



I wanted a higher output stator and Ricky Stator told me they could rewire the damaged one I bought and that they might be able to increase the output of it as well. But so far I have never got around to it - its one of those winter projects of low priority-but I will get to it some day.



Good Luck



Mike
 

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Wow, just found out how expensive replacement parts are for the TW200! The stator (2YG-81410-M0-00) went out on my son's bike, and I am having a tough time finding a used one. New I can find it for approx. $300.00, but wow that's kind of steep! Anybody able to help out???
I've got a spare from a 1990 tw200. Let me know if you're still looking.
 

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NO, I haven't got a replacement yet. I was planning on pulling it and sending to rickystator, but would consider purchasing yours. How much would you want?
 

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I would suspect one of the ignition components before replacing the stator. most likely the pickup module or the cdi box
 
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