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    Do you suggest I replace the stator?

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    Quote Originally Posted by rsmartin5 View Post
    Do you suggest I replace the stator?
    at the very least you will probably want to remove the Flywheel and stator and inspect. You may also find flywheel damage.

    There is a chance the stator damage is repairable. Probably not, but possible.

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    Thanks, what should I be looking for when I take the cover off?

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    Quote Originally Posted by rsmartin5 View Post
    Thanks, what should I be looking for when I take the cover off?
    To see the stator the flywheel must be removed, after the cover is removed.

    And then the flywheel must be removed to see the stator.

    See my signature link for more info regarding pulling the flywheel.
    http://polarispwcknowledge.shorturl....t-things-to-do

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    You'll need to remove the flywheel, as the stator is beneath it. It requires a pretty heavy duty puller. Also, be careful not to utilize too long of puller attaching bolts. They will contact the stator if too long. I don't have any experience with the Genesis hull, but in my opinion, I'd pull the engine and then tackle the stator once it is on the bench. This will be even more of an issue re-assembling it, as you have to align items and keep them in place. That is hard enough to do with limited access and visibility. The flywheel magnets are very strong and the magnetic force tends to rip the flywheel out of your hands when attempting to align it with the crankshaft.

    As you have multiple sections of the stator that are shorted to ground, I'm going to speculate a flywheel magnet came loose. I wasn't sure after your first set of AC voltage measurements, as they were all near normal but one. Considering the stator removal is a significant task, that is why I asked for additional (confirming) tests before we sent you down this path.

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    I pulled the motor on the Virage TXi 1200 to oull the flywheel. (And decided to do a bunch of other stuff while I could) The last Virage i 800 I did I just slid the fuel tank forward to pull the flywheel. YMMV

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    The Genesis flywheel can be R/R while in the hull. I've done it, and I'd probably do it again in the hull vs pulling the engine.

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    Where can I get a stator and what would the stator pn be?

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