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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
yes, you are correct, those are the two pieces that could solve your problem, but i would go first for your cdi, you may choose to have it tested first also, before you jump out to buy a new one.
Posted on Nov 24, 2008
SOURCE: no spark
alrighty, I had the same issue with my bike. It took days of tracing the issue with a volt meter and I discovered an intermittent short that would "fry" my coi. This made the bike not start and when I replaced the coil, because I had removed the old coil and moved the wires the issue disappeared for a short time. It is known that SOMETIMES when the coil is mounted the two wiresthat go to the coil somhow get stretched. This over time cause an intermittent short and the coil is rendered "dead". The Fix: 1.get a replacement coil. 2.you need 6 inches of #18 wire 3. two aluminum wire splicers and two aluminum circle fittings for the coil posts. 4.take off the old coil. 5.cut back the wires that go to the coil about an inch. 6. using the aluminum splicers splice the wires making them about 3 inches longer. 7.splice in the aluminum circle fittings. 8.mount the new coil. 9. fire the bike up. Enjoy riding.
Posted on Jun 06, 2009
Two strokes are bad with fuel/oil mixure. If this is premix theres a problem,if injected you may not be getting oil injected. Topends will heat up fast without oil. Fouled plugs and the wrong gap will also cause these problems. Check carb boot for cracks as air leaks will also starvel fuel out. Spray WD40 into carb throat with out tank hooked up, if it fires up, clean carb and reset float. Make sure the spark gap is correct. Check to be sure you have not slipped a keyway on flywheel which would throw timing off and it will only start by accident once every so often.
Posted on Feb 25, 2010
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