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I am in the process of bringing an '00 Wr400 back to life. I am now in the electrical phase and discovered that the previous owner has damaged the stator and used the wrong type of flywheel puller because there are marks from puller arms on the back of the fly wheel. My question is how much can this affect my current flywheel and sencond if I have to replace it what are my options for both the stator and the flywheel. Can they be salvaged from other bikes if so which ones. I am running a street kit so it will need some juice.
 

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as long as the structural integrity of the flywheel is good, and it works fine as it sits, and the thing is still magnetized (strong blows from hard surfaces can de-magnetize magnets), i say leave it. I find this similar to dings in the paint on a car/sportbike. sure, there is a quality about it that detracts it's value, and might not be as good as a perfect one, but is it really worth the hundreds of dollars to re-paint the damn thing?
 

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If its not bent (wobbling) and not rubbing on stator its likely OK --
 
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