A jumpstart kit will only jumpstart the engine. ie. Crank it over and maybe fire the spark plugs a few times.
The stator continually charges the battery, which in turn powers the coils that convert the DC current to AC to fire the plugs. If you have a dead stator, and a dead battery, your bike will just stall. If it is simply your battery going flat, then yeah a push start or a jumper kit can get it running again.
But you are all out of luck if the stator goes.
If your stator is dead but your battery is ok, it wont take long before the battery gets drained without the stator causing the engine to stall.
Stator charges battery, battery powers coils, coils transforms DC to AC and ignites spark plugs which combusts air fuel mix.
If your battery is dead, and once you disconnect the jump starter, the p
Originally Posted by Rajesh Kavthekar
@CeesKlumper I agree with you. With myself victim of a dead battery once and starter motor, I now carry a jumpstart kit with me to get myself out of such situations on a ride. The issue is battery goes dead without any warning and one of the ways to safeguard against it to have a jumpstarter kit. I am using Hummer H8 jumpstarter kit. Quite compact and reliable.