Join Date: Nov 2010
Location: Atlanta, GA - south of the city
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So looking back on onewizards comments he stated "
the OEM has a larger amount of turns or magnet wire closest to the top of the pole, this is were the magnetic field is strongest, so the rewind may have a slightly lower output.
I will also comment that it appears they use a epoxy resin on the rewind, IMO that is the best and one of the most important part of any stator, in fact if I was given a new OEM stator, I would take it into a motor shop and get them to put a second dip and bake on it, might cost you $10.
Bottom line is if it does the job, who cares"
So maybe voltage might/will vary. I think what would come into play is the diameter of the stator new to old. If the same then the new with finished poles would provide a better surface for magnetic field. Then maybe the coil would not have to be as large to get the same or near output.
But thats me guessing. Definitely PM onewizard. Or go on faith you bought a part that was made to be a suitable substitute.