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    Cb160, 175, 200 stator upgrade maybe...

    So... With a bit of sloothing Steve and i worked out that a cb160 can fit a cb175 or cb200 stator
    The 200 has the highest wattage output of these and is a known bolt on upgrade to the 175's
    I found a cb350 or cb360 stator in a pile of parts its the same physical diameter as the 175 hole spacing is the same But is 15mm wide at OD compaired to 18.5 for the 175. Same width at the windings
    The 350 has a different index mark and the bolt holes are 6.25mm and isnt threaded for an M6
    The 350 stator put out 110watt. The 360 a little more ( i know the stator is only part of the picture)
    So i turned down some inserts and bored out the stator mount holes to 7mm then pressed the inserts in
    Attachment 64683Attachment 64684
    So now its got M6 threads all the way around.
    Next is an index mark
    In theory you could get a ricks 360 stator upgrade to do the same
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    Attachment 64686 heres the 350/360 stator
    I borrowed a fluke and measured the resistances as 0.5 ohm to the pink wire, and 1.9 ohm to the pinkwire no grounding issues

    Ill get some readings from the stock cb200 coil and then swap it out with this to compare at the same rpms
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    Nice !

    Couple comments FWIW..

    - Might want to consider adding something like red locktite to the pressed inserts O/D.
    - Did you consider using rivnuts ?

    http://www.rivet-nut.com/Rivnut.pdf

    Cheers
    Last edited by Quixote; 09-08-2015 at 03:49 AM. Reason: Added PDF link
    - Jack -

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    Didnt have any M6 rivnuts but had a pile of the M6 wood inserts as they are
    Stator holes bored out to 7mm and 7.1- 7.15 OD on the inserts, i wound a bolt ino them first and then pressed them in with the bolt in place but I was planning on a blob of epoxy as well.
    The other way i thought was to tap the holes to an M8 but since that requires also drilling the case cover and i was worried about the thread delaminating the plates
    Last edited by Simo; 09-08-2015 at 04:16 AM. Reason: Poor spelling

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    Quote Originally Posted by Simo View Post
    I was planning on a blob of epoxy as well.
    That will do it
    - Jack -

    "Sometimes the fastest way to get there is to go slow
    And sometimes if you wanna hold on you got to let go"
    Count to Ten/Tina Dico

    1971 CB175 (K5) - Rebuilding Miss Daisy
    http://www.hondatwins.net/forums/1-p...n-rebuild.html

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    Simo any update?


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    Only to my house...wife's happy though

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    Quote Originally Posted by Simo View Post
    Only to my house...wife's happy though
    A priori lol


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    I think we are going to put Rick's HO cb360 stator on our Cl200 we are getting 15vac out of the pink 9vac yellow and 5vac white at idle.


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    The other option is rare earth magnets on the rotor
    Or a Lucas stator Attachment 179521
    Last edited by Simo; 06-20-2017 at 01:32 AM.

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