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Wanted: sp2 cdi

Mine has 2 melted holes in the back. Looking for a cdi. will pay via paypal and have a good track record on ebay/paypal, though its short its all recent.

Must be good working order.
(silver cdi on rear of subframe)

shoot me a pm with price.

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I have a brand new one still in it's sealed bubble packaging you can have for what I paid for it (Bought it as a spare when CDI's kept blowing but then found the fault!) if you can't find a used one.
$300 US to your door. PM me if you want it.

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I have a brand new one still in it's sealed bubble packaging you can have for what I paid for it (Bought it as a spare when CDI's kept blowing but then found the fault!) if you can't find a used one.
$300 US to your door. PM me if you want it.
if you dont mind me asking where was the fault? i replaced mine but couldnt find the fault.

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Someone had extended the loom using crimp connectors and there wasn't enough insulation. As a result, I believe sparks would jump between terminals and fry the CDI, but this would only happen every couple of months for some reason. Thinking this region could be the problem I soldered each of (8?) wires using shrink wrap on each for best insulation, then wrapped cables neatly with insulating tape to finish and it's never had a problem since.
Check your loom carefully for modifications such as these. Crimp connectors are often cause of problems on wiring harnesses.

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Someone had extended the loom using crimp connectors and there wasn't enough insulation. As a result, I believe sparks would jump between terminals and fry the CDI, but this would only happen every couple of months for some reason. Thinking this region could be the problem I soldered each of (8?) wires using shrink wrap on each for best insulation, then wrapped cables neatly with insulating tape to finish and it's never had a problem since.
Check your loom carefully for modifications such as these. Crimp connectors are often cause of problems on wiring harnesses.
none of that bs for me. i solder it the first time with heat shrink. mine looks good, though if the dude doesnt come threw sunday, im gonna remove entire wire harness, remove all the tape holding wires all neat, inspect them all, and re tape the wire harness and make it perfect.

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