yep, they are pretty proud of those stators, I think the one I just did on an 800 ran me around $300 something. maybe more.
if that spot on the flywheel is raised, I'd be somewhat cautious around it. you could flapper wheel around the whole flywheel until you get to that point, then proceed cautiously, or switch over to scotch brite pad for the raised portion. The tops of the little coil towers that go around the stator I seem to remember being made of steel? if so, I think you could hit them with a buffer pad as needed? the inner portion of the flywheel that slips over the stator I'd think you could hit with the flapper wheel as well. I'd have no idea what that little piece of spring would be off of. the 400 I'm sure is a bit of a different animal than what I have. that pulser coil doesn't use some sort of spring for tension does it? or is it fixed? I'm wondering if it's adjustable with loosening those phillips head screws? if so, might not hurt to re-set the gap once the flywheel is back on. one old timer told me when setting the gap for those inductive type coils was to roll the flywheel around to where the trigger is (the raised point on your flywheel) and then use a once folded dollar bill between the sensor and the flywheel for the gap. you should be able to pull your dollar bill out when you're done. then I'd roll the flywheel around again to make sure you have no contact points.