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    Re: 1995 tiger shark 900

    Yes

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    Re: 1995 tiger shark 900

    Stupid question but are you sure your plugging everything back in properly? I still think it might be spark plugs. They are cheap to replace..
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    Re: 1995 tiger shark 900

    Yes I took it apart check connections , found cdi box on eBay for fairly cheap used hopefully it works lol

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    Re: 1995 tiger shark 900

    With plugs in the crankcase pressure builds a bit and throws more water on the spark. Get a can of fogging oil or you can use a bit of carb c!eaner and wd-40 mixed. Spray in the cylinders, install plugs, hold throttle 1/4 open and crank. At first it will only spit and die, then after a few times it will try to run roughly a bit. Keep repeating until it runs on its own. Do it ASAP!!
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    Re: 1995 tiger shark 900

    Thanks for all your help it was very much appreciated
    I put lots of we 40 and crank it lots and repeated process can’t start with cdi but with the amount of we’d 40 should be ok
    Let you know when I get cdi thanks again
    Also is the 1995 tiger shark 900 a good machine?
    Is their anything I should know about it

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