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I would suggest checking the resistance of the stator using a multimeter to ensure that it's within the manufacturer's specifications. This can help you determine if the stator is the root cause of the issue. You can usually find this information in your snowmobile's service manual.

If the stator is found to be faulty, you may want to consider purchasing a higher quality replacement from a reputable supplier to ensure that it provides the correct amount of current to the ignition system. In some cases, a faulty stator can also cause damage to other components in the electrical system, so it's important to address any issues as soon as possible.

Regarding the flywheel, if you're confident that it's installed correctly and the engine timing is correct, you may want to consider replacing it with a flywheel that has the correct number of magnets for your engine. This can help ensure that your snowmobile is operating at its best.

it's possible that the aftermarket stator you purchased is causing the bogging and slow acceleration you're experiencing with your snowmobile. Additionally, the flywheel with fewer magnets could also be contributing to the issue. I would recommend checking the stator's resistance and considering purchasing a higher quality replacement if necessary. If the issue persists, you may want to have a mechanic take a closer look to diagnose the problem.
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