Known ATV Stator Failures
Polaris Sportsman 600 / 700 Ignition Problem
Carbureted Sportsman 600 and 700 models from 2002 to 2006 have the same ignition problem that will surface sooner or later. Polaris offers a factory repair kit that would cost you over $500 and require changing the whole stator, even if the source coil is the only faulty part.
Luckily for you, RMSTATOR offers a complete kit that will provide everything you need to bypass the stator’s source coil and eliminate this problem. The Kit includes a CDI box and an external ignition coil for less than half the price of the OEM replacement kit. Unlike the OEM conversion kit offered by Polaris, this RMSTATOR kit is easy to install (you don’t even need to open the engine). Anyone with basic mechanic skills can complete this repair in half an hour and solve your ignition problem for good.
Suzuki Eiger 400 and Arctic Cat 400 Flywheel Problem
The Suzuki Eiger models from 2002 to 2007 and the Arctic Cat 400 from 2003 to 2008 have a flywheel problem with detaching magnets that wreak havoc inside the engine’s stator case. The epoxy that attaches the magnets to the flywheel’s inner rim dissolves over time by the additives in the engine oil, resulting in the magnets detaching and spinning around in the stator case, causing significant and expensive damage.
Manufacturers are aware of this flywheel problem but they neglect to offer any warranty or recall for the defective components. For that reason you should always look for the improved flywheel design where the magnets are sealed from the oil by a cover. This improved design eliminates the problem completely ensuring you will never experience this problem with your flywheel.