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I have a junk kawasaki balius without cdi. i dont know if the cdi that i bought is the right cdi for it and i have a doubt with the socket for cdi if it is the right wiring connection

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SOURCE: Want to make my own CDI for Kawasaki KLR 650 A model(2004),,so I plz need the diagram for CDI unit(the actual internal wiring schematics)

I really don't think you will find an internal cdi wiring diagrams.they use capacitors to discharge at specific times using specific values.

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