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I've managed to source some magnets as well. What do I use to stick the magnets on before putting JB weld between them?
Also, anyone have any issues with blocking the holes up between the magnets?
 

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Anyone know what SV this rotor is off? The 3rd picture is mine and as you can see it is different , both depth and outside diameter.
This is what you have 32102-16G00
This is what you need 32102-16G10
No idea what they've sent you, part number doesn't match anything Japanese that I can find.
 

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I know which parts I need, but was sent this one. I need to know if anyone recognises what it is off. Getting a lot of different info on what does and does not work on a SV K3. The numbers, according to a dealer, don't refer to part numbers. Just hoping someone recognises it, and can confirm what bike/model it is off and if it has been used on a SV K3 etc.
 

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I know which parts I need, but was sent this one. I need to know if anyone recognises what it is off. Getting a lot of different info on what does and does not work on a SV K3. The numbers, according to a dealer, don't refer to part numbers. Just hoping someone recognises it, and can confirm what bike/model it is off and if it has been used on a SV K3 etc.
Send it back, give them the part number and tell them to send you the right one.
I've had my SV from the day dot and been on several forums the whole time, I have never heard of anyone finding an alternative for the genuine one.
 

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Well after a lot of grief I have finally fixed my bike.
I bought the other rotor (the smaller one in the previous post) from a breakers and it looked like it had not been touched. After a lot of asking, someone in the SV Facebook group confirmed it was off a later SV, and even though the outer diameter is 10mm smaller, it will work in my K3. So I thought if that is the case, then when my magnets smashed up they must have damaged the stator, even though the bike was running fine before I removed the cover.
So speaking to a company that rewinds stators, she had just been talking with someone else with the same issue on a SV1000. The stator and reg/rec passes all of the resistance tests, but the stator is only outputting 9v AC at tick-over and 24v AC at >5k rpm and therefore not charging the battery. They fixed it because they found one of their magnets in reverse to the others. So I decided to check mine, and sure enough found 2 magnets opposite to the other 4. Looking at them you could not tell they had been re-glued back on.
So after getting some spare magnets for my original rotor, I have glued them on (using Loctite 638) and then Epoxy Metal Weld between the magnets. Even though speaking to an Auto-Electrician and someone else who rewinds the stators, the holes in the rotor being blocked is irrelevant as the stator is designed to run in oil, I created some oil paths and holes to help drain some of the oil when the bike is off.
And all is now working as it should!
 

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My magnets on flywheel failed also 2006 sv 1000 70000 miles used fullsenthetic oil for v twin
I have replied in detail to this on your other post....
 

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2006 DL1000
Magnets spun so all touching and one large gap.
Fried Stator where gap was.
Left me dead on a road trip
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Various motorcyle specific oils
 

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2006 DL1000
Magnets spun so all touching and one large gap.
Fried Stator where gap was.
Left me dead on a road trip
Synthetic Oil
Various motorcyle specific oils
Bugger.....its a DL, but i suppose its the same set-up as our SV's......mine looked the same on opening her up....
My guess is that one is still sitting in place and the others are loose....if so, dont break it free, its your starting point
As long as they aren'r broken, you have a good rebuild point ....
Scuff and wash the rotor surface clean and the backs of the magnets.. A fine even smear of JB Weld on the magnets, and clamp them all in making sure the gaps
are exact all round....i used 6mm pine rod to space them. OH, and make sure of the north/south orientation of the magnets.....
Once they have been clamped for at the least 6 hours, preferably overnight, then 1/3rd fill the gaps with JB.....file / grind them all
after 24-36 hours so they are exactly the same... (balance is inportant).....then, bolt her back in......

(if you don't have enough clamps, just make sure they are spaced properly, and glue /clamp one or two at a time until you are done.....just takes longer....)

Just repair, dont dispair....... (...bad i know...)
 
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