?? 7 years of 70 watt headlight bulbs, heated grips, heated vest and heated insoles on the ESG950 stator (that's an Electrosport stator). Only problem was the regulator/rectifier which could not handle the stator output, and hence, the 950 regulator/rectifier. If you're referring to the LC4 specific stator they came out with later, yes, I haven't seen much feedback on that either. I don't want to steer anyone wrong by giving numbers that I don't quite remember, but I did put a volt meter on my system running various electrical loads such as the grips, vest, etc. I remember being quite satisfied that the ESG950 put out more power than I could possibly ever need, and at a nice, low RPM. Having said that, it crossed my mind that if the LC4 specific stator does not require you to replace the regulator/rectifier, then it is not nearly as powerful as the ESG950. Not only could the stock regulator/rectifier not handle the ESG950, but it melted the Electrosport regulator/rectifier that they recommended I use to handle the increase in power. So, in the LC4, the ESG950 puts out some serious current. But, plug and play is very nice, and if it's enough to handle the accessories, then that's a much more simple way to go, it's reversible, and cleaner. I only wish they made plug-in high-output stators for even more bikes.