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All motorcycles need a source of electricity. Even simple single cylinder kick-start dirt bikes require current to supply the ignition system with the power needed to create a spark. Larger and more power-hungry motorcycles with a radio, heated grips and accessories such as GPS and auxiliary lights will require a lot more juice.

Whether you’re a motorcycle enthusiast or an aspiring technician, it’s important to know about the different types of power sources for motorcycles. Keep reading to learn about motorcycle alternators, stators and the differences between these two devices.

Motorcycle Alternators and Stators: The Basics
The term “alternator” is commonly associated with the power-supply device commonly seen on cars and trucks. It turns motion into current. It is an all-in-one style unit that supplies the needed power to the vehicle.

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