FYI your stator is toast
You have 3 options:
#1 If you have a bike wrecker around, take the stator with you, a KLR 650, Ninja 650 some years , will all fit and are identical as to Delta connected and turns ratio is the same. The stator you posted is one of the first MK-1 designs. if you could, can you post a picture of the other side of the stator, particularly around the area of the leads. I have included a few links, with pictures and will explain here what to look for in a used stator. Newer versions changed the location of the crossover connections to what I refer to as the back of the stator, which is the side you have posted, and had only the delta connections on the front ( front being lead connection side). The reason is it was discovered that expansion and contraction of the copper caused a short between the delta line connections and the crossovers. By moving the crossovers to the back, 15 connections were moved.
this is a MK-1 like yours, failed at the delta connection, short between a line connection and power pole crossover connection. look for a stator like this one; http://www.kawasakiversys.com/forums...6-post188.html
the lead/ power connections are closest to his hand, the side shown is the same side as your picture or what I refer to as back, but this one has the crossover connections on it.And that is what you want, also if buying used, make sure they have tested it using a LCR meter or can prove it works.
#2 Buy a new aftermarket china stator ( which is Y or star connected and has roughly 65% of the copper that a Delta has because they cheated and didn't change the wire size equal to two 18 gauge wires of the Delta but stuck with a single 18 gauge per lead out. Typical price for $100, and install a used
Polaris series regulator, total out of pocket should be around $225 Canadian , this will last equal to or better than a new OEM Delta stator with shunt regulator. One seller of these on Ebay and in Quebec is RMstator, you get what you pay for. The reason this works is explained by me in one of my Polaris threads in How To forum.Just buying the China stator, expect it to fail within a 2 year period, again the reason why it works using a Polaris series regulator has been explained by me.
#3 Buy a OEM stator for around $400 , possibly you may also need a new POS shunt regulator, and expect this to also fail at some point due to the shunt regulator.