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    Progcdi custom cod install on 650 sx

    Got my custom cdi up and running. Will try to do a more detailed write up in the future but thought I would post this for any one interested.

    Used the newest progcdi out of Poland and found on ebay. Pretty straight forward install. Used a yamaha pulsar coil in stock location on the stator. Had to cut down the towers about .15 inches to get it under the flywheel. Also ground the saddle between them down so the wires would still run under there in stock location. Retard the the stator plate another 40degrees or so past full stock regard. The hole that the wire clamp screws into becomes the new bottom stator mounting hole. Make another hole for upper mount bolt. Unit can be wired just like instructions. Using kawasaki 750 coil. Shazaaam. Lot of features in this unit. Will keep you updated on how it works and durability.

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    Re: Progcdi custom cod install on 650 sx

    Using 60 pick up angle which should give me full 60 advance if needed. Probably not.

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    Re: Progcdi custom cod install on 650 sx

    Keep us posted as programmable CDI's are very complicated devices and hard to make as reliable as the Mitsubishi OEM ones...

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    Re: Progcdi custom cod install on 650 sx

    Will do. Currently have high hopes. I hear you about durability. Looks like my Mitsubishi did survive the shorting of the battery even. Was simply chasing my tale with the new wms exciter.

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    Re: Progcdi custom cod install on 650 sx

    Cowboy,

    What were the results with this Polish CDI? Did it run? Did it last long? What happened?

    You have to close this Thread with how the Story ends...

    Inquiring Minds want to know...

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    Re: Progcdi custom cod install on 650 sx

    I took it off two years ago. I cannot recommend buying one at this point. I thought that it gave up the ghost because it would not auto power up. When I got it out of the ski it seemed to work fine. May eventually try it again on the ski or on a dirt bike. I’ll let you know if I do. Got tired of tinkering on that ski and went for reliability. My kid has been spending the most time on that. Plenty of power for him. Really want to turbo my rxp.

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    Re: Progcdi custom cod install on 650 sx

    Why would you not use a 750 small pin flywheel and front cover
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    Re: Progcdi custom cod install on 650 sx

    What would that gain me? I do not have one.

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    Re: Progcdi custom cod install on 650 sx

    The 650 motor runs really great with the 750 electronics
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