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Stator and Magneto Restoration, Coil Repair, Points and CDI

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Just a reminder that DEET is still restoring stators, wiring, speedos, tachs, switches and just about anything enduro.



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In case you need to be convinced any more, here is a before pic of a Stator I had DEET do for me:

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And here is the "After" shot . . . ( Actually a NOS build on the left and the restored version of the above on the right)

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In case you were wondering what a "time capsule" original stator should look like if stored in the dry and untouched for the last 40 years - here is one I lucked into!

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That is a stator that from what I can tell had never been out in the light of day since the last Japanese assembly worker closed up the case in 1974.

I can give a hearty Thumbs Up to a DEET restore!


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I sent my stator to Deet - not only did he do an excellent job restoring it - he's friendly and professional.
Thanks again Deet!
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Sent an email. Hope your still doing these..
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Love to see the process DEET goes through to get them looking better than new, but understand it's commercially sensitive info.
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RT325 wrote: Love to see the process DEET goes through to get them looking better than new, but understand it's commercially sensitive info.


DEET saves you dollars on Suzuki gauges too. Beautiful work!


Allrighty Then
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