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Honda nx650[dominator] i have nx 650 honda dominator can anyone help and suggest C.D.I for this bike . its single cylinder 4 stroke .timing is 8 degrees at idle 1300 rpm and 28 degrees at 3000 RPM.originally its cdi is DC but i have digaram of wiring but no wiring or cdi so anyone suggest cdi suitable from indian bike it should be dc not ac kulvir66@yahoomail.com

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I have the CDI.
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    For acurate information, look at the registration documents or contact a Yamaha Dealer.


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    If you go bigger on the rim, you lose out slightly on acceleration, but improve your MPG or you could simply compensate by going up a tooth or two on your back sprocket.

    As far as your long outback trek, I would recommend using a tube as if you have a problem with the tyre or rim, you can get stuck with no way to pump it up.Whatever you decide, I recommend taking a spare tube , puncture repair kit.

    Hope this helps, and good luck on your trip.

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