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Old 10-06-2009, 07:08 AM   #1
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CDI for CRF50

I'm looking to make my stock motor CRF50 a bit more faster, I'm not looking to bore it to an 88, just a little faster then stock.

Trying to keep the price down of coarse. Do those CDI boxes work?? I noticed the 1 off is cheaper then... Let's say the BBR CDI box. Ussually their prices are a joke, which makes me wonder if it's not as good as the BBR??

Anyway, what are your thoughts on this mod
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Old 10-06-2009, 07:22 AM   #2
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In my experience they don't really make a huge difference but combined with an intake, exhaust and jetting, you will feel a difference. I got one for my bike and installed it with a new pod style intake and after tweaking the jetting, the throttle was more crisp, the bike revved up quicker and higher and the bike felt slightly faster overall.
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Old 10-06-2009, 07:58 AM   #3
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I'm looking to make my stock motor CRF50 a bit more faster, I'm not looking to bore it to an 88, just a little faster then stock.
I think the rev. box is a waste of money. Just save up a little money & buy the Stage 1 Big bore kit (best bang for the buck) Price range 99-150 $. If you don't want to do that here's some other options . 15 tooth countershaft sprocket(cheap).Aftermarket pipe (not cheap) . Aftermarket cam (kinda cheap) . Or just mix up some 50/50 race gas .
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