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Hey all! I recently swapped over to the magnesium clutch cover from the 1199 and picked up some beautiful Belissimoto(sp?) case covers for the 1199/1299 thinking that the stator cover would be the same. The clutch cover fits the 1199 clutch cover fine, but the stator cover appears to have the wrong spacing away from the case. Silly me for assuming the 899 and 1199/1299 shared stators dimensions...... I poked around and I see that the 1199 does have a more narrow stator and stator cover. I also see that there are plenty of $900 lightweight stator kits floating around. Has anyone been successful in swapping an OEM 1199 stator and stator cover onto an 899?

I realize there will be less amperage produced from the 1199 stator. Has anyone known this to be an issue? I've already swapped to the LED lights from the 1199 and I can't think of any other big draw the 899 would have that the 1199 wouldn't.

Thanks much!!
 

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The 96580051A stator kit includes a lightweight flywheel which is the main reason behind the lightweight stator (engine revs faster)

Vyruz has some info on his epic build thread regard the stator kit (with pics)

While I havnt done change over, a quick compare of the 899 & 1199 parts ISO picture shows a different arrangement between the 2 bikes. I guessing you would have to get all the 1199 gear (flywheel, stator, cover etc etc) in order to make it work.

Take the leap! I did with the 1299 OEM slipper clutch....
 

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Fantastic! Thanks for the response. I wondered if the flywheel was part of the gig... luckily they're all over the place and the sum of the parts are MUCH less than the $900 'kit' price. I think I will take the leap. I'll report back.

Thanks again!
 

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I just finished up the install. Sorry for no pics, short on time. End result: Success.

The 1199 stator is putting out 14.6 volts at idle indicating that I'm getting enough to run everything and charge. Bike definitely revs faster with the lighter parts.

Installation was easy and straight forward.

1) Drain oil and coolant
2) Remove four side body panels
3) Disconnect left coolant pipe
4) Disconnect two plugs and unbolt stator cover and pop it off
5) Unscrew bolt holding on flywheel assembly
6) Use gear puller to remove flywheel assembly - this may not be needed but I had to. 6" puller worked fine, $15.
7) Install new flywheel (using old bearings and bolt), torque down bolt
8) RTV up the 1199 cover and install per RTV instructions
9) Reconnect two plugs from stator and re-zip tie whatever is needed
10) Assemble rest of bike
11) Refill fluids, burp the coolant and enjoy!

The only parts I ended up needing I got from Ebay:

1) 1199 flywheel assembly - includes magnets and flywheel
2) 1199 stator - this is the copper wire half that bolts to the inside of the cover
3) 1199 stator cover

I spent a total of $372 on the parts. Not bad compared to the DP kit going for around $1000, which I bet uses the same parts.
 

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I'm sorry, I didn't. It was just me and I was pretty covered in oil so no hands on phone in order to finish up while I had time. The finished product looks identical unless you pull out a ruler....
 

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I'm sorry, I didn't. It was just me and I was pretty covered in oil so no hands on phone in order to finish up while I had time. The finished product looks identical unless you pull out a ruler....
I was hoping to see what the internal looks like without removing mine.
 

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I just finished up the install. Sorry for no pics, short on time. End result: Success.

The 1199 stator is putting out 14.6 volts at idle indicating that I'm getting enough to run everything and charge. Bike definitely revs faster with the lighter parts.

Installation was easy and straight forward.

1) Drain oil and coolant
2) Remove four side body panels
3) Disconnect left coolant pipe
4) Disconnect two plugs and unbolt stator cover and pop it off
5) Unscrew bolt holding on flywheel assembly
6) Use gear puller to remove flywheel assembly - this may not be needed but I had to. 6" puller worked fine, $15.
7) Install new flywheel (using old bearings and bolt), torque down bolt
8) RTV up the 1199 cover and install per RTV instructions
9) Reconnect two plugs from stator and re-zip tie whatever is needed
10) Assemble rest of bike
11) Refill fluids, burp the coolant and enjoy!

The only parts I ended up needing I got from Ebay:

1) 1199 flywheel assembly - includes magnets and flywheel
2) 1199 stator - this is the copper wire half that bolts to the inside of the cover
3) 1199 stator cover

I spent a total of $372 on the parts. Not bad compared to the DP kit going for around $1000, which I bet uses the same parts.

Hello, 1 question... but you have installed the OEM kit (cover + rotor + stator + flywheel) of 1199 or you also added the 1199r flywheel ?
thanks
 

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lightweight stator

Old topic but thought some may be interested, I'm doing the 1299 stator/flywheel and cover onto an 899. I found a UTube of a comparison of the mod and have included the link.
Also my 1299 flywheel before install with some Ti bolts 44g stock vs 31g for the Ti bolts.
 

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Hello to any one that had this problem. I did also replace my 899 stator for the 1299, and it works great. Big difference in size and whait. Besides the price on some 1199 and 1299 are a bit less and easier to find. I did spend about $350 for stator, flywheel and cover. Bike runs great and when is running I get 14+ voltage to keep up with everything. Here is some pictures I hope it help somebody. And thank you guys for making this forum to help the ones like me that don't know how to go about it.
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