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Where can you find a stator for a 97 xc 440.
How excactly do you replace a stator. What type of puller do you need for the flywheel?
How hard of a job is this?
 

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well, i would try some of the sled salvage yards,, i'll post a few that i know of, or you could try Dennis Kirk, or MFG supply, either one should have new ones.
http://www.alssnowmo.com/alsstart.html
http://www.centralsnowmobile.com/homepage.htm
http://www.findmypart.com/
http://www.thesledshed.com/
http://www.partsland.com/index.cgi?N=1044777022-4821&P=Polaris-Snow
http://www.royaldistributing.com/index_bb.html
http://www.mfgsupply.com/m/c/index.html?id=zGI5dnJA
http://www.denniskirk.com/
i hope this should help you out.
as far as pulling the flywheel, you need a universal puller, not that expensive but maybe you could borrow or rent one for a day.the stator is located under the flywheel, be sure to time it properly!
good luck :)
 

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How do you adjust the timing. Can you use a normal timing light? And which plug wire do you put it on?
 

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dosent matter which wire because they both spark at the same time. one spark has no effect because that piston is at bottom dead centre the opposite is allways at its firing point. check your manual for timing specs for the same engine in each sled can have different timing specs.[:p]
 

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Timing is adjusted by rotating the stator.
 
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