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Old 03-15-2007, 04:29 PM   #1
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Phiddy guys/dirtbike guys...NEED HELP!!!

Ok, I got my old pitbike back.... it was in shambles.

It wouldnt start... I take it all apart, clean it, and try to get it working again.

It doesnt get spark. Id like to get some insight....

This is the bike nekkid
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Ive found a "mystery wire" Cant find a place to plug it into...
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and this is a shot of the motor...
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any help?

I offer a 12 pack or similar choice of reward..... if you will come down and hang out while I mess it up even more.... I also Think I need a throttle assembly/cable from a 50.....


HELP!!!!
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Old 03-15-2007, 04:37 PM   #2
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plug the dilly into the thingamabober.

maybe change the blinker fluid?
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Old 03-15-2007, 04:39 PM   #3
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have you looked online for a wiring schematic?(sp?)
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Old 03-15-2007, 05:04 PM   #4
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Old 03-15-2007, 05:23 PM   #5
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Anthony... I was thinking that was a voltage regulator..... but then again, I know little about this bike.
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Anthony... I was thinking that was a voltage regulator..... but then again, I know little about this bike.
that is the CDI for sure...
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I have a spare cdi, its black plastic, with rubber around it to mount. let me know if you need it.
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that plug needs to be plugged in its coming from the stator ,hence no spark
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Old 03-15-2007, 05:47 PM   #10
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that plug needs to be plugged in its coming from the stator ,hence no spark

plugged in where?
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prob to your main wire harness

i think you might want to start with those stripped wires
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prob to your main wire harness

i think you might want to start with those stripped wires

how bout you bring your happy down to tha crib.

oh yeh, bring spare parts.....:laughing6
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I have a wire diagram, I'll scan it when I get home. That round thing is a shift indicator, I dont know why that bike would have one, they are usually so the netral light will come on, on the cluster.
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judging by where it goes into the case i'd say its a neutral switch..... but i'd be able to tell better if it was in my garage.
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I have a wire diagram, I'll scan it when I get home. That round thing is a shift indicator, I dont know why that bike would have one, they are usually so the netral light will come on, on the cluster.
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BRING IT DOWN.......
c u at 7:30 if you will be home. i gotta make it quick though.. i need to talk to you anyway.
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ill be here.
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well sumbichmunkyfkr call it a date.
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