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Protect your DRZ400’s Battery Life with an Efficient Stator

Batteries can be one of the most expensive aspects of owning a dirt bike, if you don’t know what you’re doing. A high quality battery should last for 5-10 years before it loses its ability to hold a sufficient charge. All batteries use chemicals that inevitably degrade over time and as a result, hold less […]

Batteries can be one of the most expensive aspects of owning a dirt bike, if you don’t know what you’re doing. A high quality battery should last for 5-10 years before it loses its ability to hold a sufficient charge. All batteries use chemicals that inevitably degrade over time and as a result, hold less and less of a charge. While you can’t prevent this degradation, you can postpone it by taking good care of your battery. We’ve covered DRZ400 battery maintenance in the past, so today we’re going to talk about your stator. The stator is the non-moving part of the alternator, which is instrumental in recharging your battery while you ride.

We won’t go into the technical details, because that’s not what this site is about. Suffice it to say that your stator plays an important role in using battery electricty to start your engine, power your lights and any other on board electronics. Additional power is gathered from the rotational momentum of both wheels, which ensures that the battery is always given a surplus of energy.

Just like any part on your dirt bike, time can take its toll and you’ll have to replace your stator. If that time has come for you then we recommend Electrosport Industries Stator. Replacing your stator can be a major undertaking so ensure that you have all the right tools and parts before taking your dirt bike apart. You will also want to find a good guide so that you don’t have to figure it out yourself. We’ve found a lot of good tutorials on YouTube and ThumperTalk, make sure you find one that makes sense to you.

Check out the specs on Electrosport Industries Stator!

  • Heavy-duty three-phase stator from Electrosport Industries
  • Twice-baked epoxy finish for increased conductivity
  • Dual-sheathed wiring for reliability and increased performance
  • Higher output at low rpm means less stress on the battery
  • Computer-controlled stator winding and use of thicker materials results in higher output than OEM units

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