Replacing Rotor & Stator It looks like I will soon be replacing the stator on my '06 Pitbull. I plan on taking step by step pics in case anyone thinks this would be a good tutorial. **UPDATE** Sorry this is taking so long... I need to rename it, Replacing Rotor and Stator... ran into a serious issue, can't wait to show pics and do the write up... should be posting Friday 8/10. Ok... here is the install... hope this helps anyone having to do this. **Please no comments on the condition of any of the metal, I just got it a month ago and the former owner DID NOT take care of it... I will have it as close to show quality soon, but for now... I know, it looks terrible.** Disassemble - 1. Drain primary of all fluid possible. The guy that sold me the bike told me he took great care of it... my primary oil was disgusting! 2. Take out the 14 screws around the primary and peel it open. You are gonna have more fluid leak out that this point, so have rags ready. 3. Place a chock in the front gear and loosen the compensator nut. It should have Red Locktite on it and will be extremely tough. You will need a 33mm socket for this. ** I didn't take pics of the above, sorry** 3. Loosen nut on chain tensioner and remove it. This would be a good time to inspect the shoe to make sure it's not worn. 4. Remove front gear sprocket. Make sure not to twist/bend the chain. This is also a good time to check the teeth on the sprocket to make sure none are chipped or broken. Here is where we found the MAJOR issue with my rotor. Somehow the teeth on my old rotor got chewed off by the crank... my guess is someone got in there and didn't put it back right, leaving it loose and it tore it up big time. 5. Remove old rotor. You will need either 2 dentist picks or a rotor puller to remove it. It has 2 holes on the face to grip through. Mine was not hard to get off because the magnets were filled with metal, so it wasn't very strong, but if you're stator just burnt out, it will be a strong magnetic pull to remove it. 6. Loosen the hex tension screw on the outside of the primary case next to where you plug the voltage regulator into the stator. We forgot this step and about lost our minds trying to remove the plug and install the new one. 7. Remove the 4 hex bolts holding the Stator in place and pull out old Stator. We used the butt end of a screw driver to push the connector through the primary case while gently pulling on the stator wires from the inside. Just to be clear, this is a much easier job with a buddy.. hahaha. 8. Now is the time to clean out the primary and inspect all old and new parts. Clean out Primary Clean Primary cover Remove and clean O rings if you choose Old Stator and New Stator... Notice the new stator is vastly different and much bigger. I admit, I freaked out when I compared the 2 just knowing it wasn't gonna fit, but it did. Old Rotor and New Rotor... again notice the vast difference and size... this rotor fits MUCH closer to the edge of the primary than the stock did. Plus the magnets are MUCH bigger... you will only have about an 1/18th clearance. Notice anything missing off the old rotor? NO TEETH Reassembly - 9. Install new stator... We used silicone to help lube and seal the connector port. Make sure you have a torque wrench handy and look up the torque specs. I think these were 25lbs for the 4 hex bolts. Retighten the Stator connector tension screw 10.Slide on the proper spacer 11. Install the rotor... careful, you will get a STRONG magnetic pull and you don't want it slamming into something it shouldn't be. 12. Get your front sprocket back in the chain and thread it onto the crank shaft. 13. Put your chain tensioner back in place and adjust to where chain has 5/8" - 7/8" play in it. 14. Put your spacer back on and apply red locktite to your compensator nut, chock the chain and tighten your compensator nut to 150lbs. 15. Hard part is over... now just apply silicone or whatever you want to use around your O rings and primary case and tighten the 14 screws back in place for the outer Primary. 16. Reinstall your Primary drain plug and fill with Primary Fluid. 17. Hook your voltage regulator back up... hook a voltage meter to the battery and crank up the bike... you should see proper voltage readings. Here are the parts I used Stator Rotor **Disclaimer** - I am writing this from memory, half was done a week ago and half was finished last night. I may miss a thing or two so read all instructions and take your time. Also, we took the time to clean all bolts and reapply locktite and I suggest you do too. If you have any questions, I will do my best to answer them... hope this helps.