rrmiller73 wrote:There is an aftermarket wiring kit from Campbell Electronics that replaces the stator wiring, gets rid of the connector plugs on the stator and regulator, new coil wiring and new fused circuits, etc. (Look at Saber Cycles FAQ). It's been a while since I installed it but seems like it was around $50. (It requires soldering.) If your going back with a new stator I'd put that on the bike as well. Plan on half a days work for the kit if the bikes all together when you start. Poor Boy sounds like a good plan as well.
fastf wrote:Im having the same problem had the bike a week a 85 ltd belive the stator is shot. What I want to know mine being a fuel injected model is there any changes as far as wiring because it is fuel injected. I do know there is some changes that are different compared to the carb models.
freck wrote:would all this info apply to an 84 interstate also? it's a gl1200 also
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