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Offline SonOfAnarchy ZA

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Help with a moddification
« on: May 09, 2017, 11:00:37 AM »
Right I'm not sure what to do here I have a Jet board with a 330cc 45HP 2 stroke motor seems the CDI has failed so I would like to modify another CDI in as you can no longer get parts for this motor. I can wire up a car ECU but when it comes to this I've never dealt with this kind of a system, So....

the original stator has 2 yellow wires and the pickup wire. I'm not sure what CDI it had in or if it had a regulator as all that was enclosed in an epoxy cement type rubbish.

I am assuming this system is an AC system but I'm not sure what to wire where or even where to start. I was thinking of just buying a new gy6 stator CDI and regulator and wiring that in but not sure if a 4 stroke and 2 stroke CDI are different. Or if I could buy an AC CDI and wire that into the original stator but not so sure about the wiring :giveup:

Any Ideas or advice would be appreciated!

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Re: Help with a moddification
« Reply #1 on: May 10, 2017, 04:01:54 PM »
Thats a niiiice piece of kit - now why can't they pop that motor into a scoot.
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Re: Help with a moddification
« Reply #2 on: May 11, 2017, 02:43:51 PM »
the CDI tells the ignition when to spark.

you will have to get a CDI matching the characteristics of the current one you have.

it works like a cars mapping.

im not to familiar with the inns and outs of CDI's.

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