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post #1 of 9 Old 12-19-2006, 06:22 PM Thread Starter
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Does any one know if there is a way or part ## to upgrade the stator (ie. charging system) on the 04 650 v2? 50 amps would be great.

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Don't think so champ. A guy could wire up a transformer, but I think that would cause more harm than good given the environment our ATV's are used in.
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charging system upgrades are availibke for everything else so why not the ATV's? Right now we run 37 amps at stock what the hell is 13 amps

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I apologize...a transformer would only increase your voltage. Sorry...it's been a while since I worked on electrical theory.

I agree...they should make them bigger.
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you could wire in duel batteries but i don't know where you would put the 2nd.

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SORRY DONT WANT TOSTEALTHE POST BUT HOW WOULD YOU WIRE TO BATT TOGETHER YOU CAN ALWAYS BUILD A FIBER GLASS BOX TO STORE IT IN
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You could do that. I would prolong the inevitable (battery drainage), but if it's just for a short time, it would work. I thought of strapping a deep cycle to the back of my quad for when I plow snow. I like to have my light bar and both backup lights going at the same time while plowing at night. That really takes a toll on the battery while running the winch on short driveways.
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You may want to try Ricky Stator, they don't have one listed off the shelf but may be able to modify one?
http://www.rickystator.com/index.html
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I thought about running 2 Batteries but I cant seem to keep up with the one I have (I have installed a larger battery) Just because of the charging capacity. And I am looking for something a little more realistic.

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