Page last modified: 05/07/13
The Stator Papers III
By Peter Huppertz
(with modifications by the current editors)
For years on end, I have been moaning about the Stator problems associated with the Suzuki GS's. For two years I've been shouting about a good replacement rectifier/regulator unit available in Europe, and NOT in the US.
But lo and behold! it's official! the superior ElectroSport Industries unit is now available in the US as well! Read on...
The improved regulator/rectifier is manufactured specifically by ElectroSport Industries.
The ElectroSport Industries units are redesigned to fix the problems found with the stock units. The prices for their units are considerable less than the price for Suzuki replacements.
I have two GS's... consequently, I have TWO of these units. I can personally vouch for their quality.
The Electrex unit is now made available to dealers and mail order distributors throughout the USA and Canada by:
If you have a question on Stators that you feel should be featured here, simply put your question in our forum under the GS Stator topic. We will be checking out the forums often. If we see an question, comment or suggestion that we feel everyone would be interested in reading, we will notify you via email to let you know that we would like to include it in this section.
If you have an item of note...
that you feel is of value and should be featured for the Stator Pages, simply put your item in our forum using a GS Stators topic. We will be checking out the forums often. If we see an item or tip that we feel everyone would be interested in reading, we will notify you via email to let you know that we would like to include it in this section.
The Stator Papers I: A Primer on GS charging systems (you should've read that first, it explains the theory referred to in this Q&A)
The Stator Papers II: FAQs
The Stator Papers III - The Solution, details about the availability of the Electrex unit.
The Stator Papers IV - The Fault Finding Chart, a comprehensive, step-by-step fault finding procedure.
The Stator Papers V - Cause #1 for failing charging systems: bad conductivity!
The Stator Papers VI - How to rewind your own stator