2002 YZF R1 replacing the stator

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Looking for tips: 2002 replacing the Stator (pretty burnt), flywheel is not coming off… Tried the puller, hit the flywheel for shock, tried some other ways to pull it loose… Not budging… I didn’t pry on it, didn’t want to damage anything..

Any tips would be appreciated…

2002 YZF R1 replacing the stator

2002 YZF R1 replacing the stator

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    As much tension as possible on the puller, hit the centre of the puller

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    Your using a bolt right?

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    Grab a torch

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    This is C4… it will get the job done

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    Heat with torch and use puller

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    Unfortunately a few of these end up getting grinded off, be carefull not to strip the threads….

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    Stripped the threads on mine

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    Had to drill some holes and thread them and use a steering wheel puller to get it off

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    Bruce & I had a couple stubborn ones.. tried a variety of pullers with no luck until I got that bitch glowing with a fullsize oxy-acetylene torch.

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    Silly question but hav u even took the bolt out the middle as its still in there on ur pic lol

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    Make sure the battery is disconnected

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    Exactly what was mentioned first. Get tension on the puller. Then hit the puller directly in the center with a heavy hammer. A wimpy claw hammer probably won’t do it.

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    for the life of me , i couldn’t get mine off . i finally used a high air impact gun ( the big ones ) and it came off . the trick is not to hold back . i went full force . i guess the shock popped it off . took me 2 days just to get it off

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    If you mess that rotor up, I have one for 150.00

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    I remember I couldn’t get mine off. I just left the bolt in with pressure on it came back a day later and it popped off at some point when it was on there. Just pulled it off the after that and took the bolt out

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    Good luck let me know, I have to do mine too.

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    Give it a good smack with a copper hammer it will come

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    Thanks everyone for the good info… I went with the Torch and it worked… Cherry red but it’s free… JUST KIDDING…

    Buddy showed up with 20v 1/2 drive, hit it full blast and it was off in less then a second…

    You know what they say about having the right tools on deck…

    Thank you!!!

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    Out with the old, in with the new and it’s back on the road again…

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    Tiffany Renee Mouser

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    It’s mad how they always burn out in the same place. I’m very sure it’s because of the vent hole in the casing blasting the coils with extra heat.

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