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Zxr250c , we have these motors in speedway sidecars and the wiring harness has been cut down and done away with meters switches etc......now its gone into some kind of safe mode and wont rev over 14000rpm. is there a fix for this as in a dyad etc? cdi unit number that we are using is 21119-1322. cheers

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.. or broken wire that gets pulled apart when under stretch in the corner? Need to get the voltmeter out and check all connections back to the battery with the steering on full lock.

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