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    750 x2 with 800 electronics no spark

    Hey guys I need some help trouble shooting this. Put 800 sxr electronics on 750 motor in X2. No spark. Has 750 flywheel. Wondering what Steps do I do for trouble shooting this issue?
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    Re: 750 x2 with 800 electronics no spark

    Start with the simple things first.....

    Check ALL connections, grounds, etc. Try disconnecting start/stop switch and jumping start wires with a paper clip at the plug. (This eliminates stop sw as an issue)

    Take plug boots off, and cut wires back. Make sure plug wires are not broken internally

    With a volt meter test battery cranking voltage. Should be above 11.0 volts or so.

    If all above doesn't do it, you will need a shop manual and multimeter. Test coil, CDI, trigger pick up and stator per values in the manual.
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    Re: 750 x2 with 800 electronics no spark

    Quote Originally Posted by john zigler View Post
    Start with the simple things first.....

    Check ALL connections, grounds, etc. Try disconnecting start/stop switch and jumping start wires with a paper clip at the plug. (This eliminates stop sw as an issue)

    Take plug boots off, and cut wires back. Make sure plug wires are not broken internally

    With a volt meter test battery cranking voltage. Should be above 11.0 volts or so.

    If all above doesn't do it, you will need a shop manual and multimeter. Test coil, CDI, trigger pick up and stator per values in the manual.

    How do you properly test the cdi
    Let the good times roll

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    Re: 750 x2 with 800 electronics no spark

    Quote Originally Posted by TexomaMan_X2 View Post
    How do you properly test the cdi
    Shop manual will have values, and proper procedure.
    RCJS also doing business as WATCON
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    Re: 750 x2 with 800 electronics no spark

    What year are the electronics, you may not have any power from the battery if your equipment is 04 or newer.
    Never argue with an idiot, they will drag you down to their level then beat you with experience.

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    Re: 750 x2 with 800 electronics no spark

    Does stator have 5 or 7 wires ? E box must be the same , to work , one is AC the other is DC ignition

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    Re: 750 x2 with 800 electronics no spark

    Have you already tried grounding the ebox to the motor with a temporary wire?
    Never argue with an idiot, they will drag you down to their level then beat you with experience.

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    Re: 750 x2 with 800 electronics no spark

    Quote Originally Posted by BLRider View Post
    What year are the 750 electronics, you may not have any power from the battery if your equipment is 04 or newer.
    Quote Originally Posted by Bionic racing View Post
    Does stator have 5 or 7 wires ? E box must be the same , to work , one is AC the other is DC ignition
    ++1

    Your 800 ignition is powered by the battery

    If your problem isn't caused by differences in each ignition system, and
    you need to test the CDI, a DIY peak voltage tester is more reliable than
    Kawasaki's Ohm testing procedures.


    Bill M.

    The ignition box and engine should have continuity.
    Horsepower == Speed, RPM != Speed



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    Re: 750 x2 with 800 electronics no spark

    Quote Originally Posted by BLRider View Post
    What year are the electronics, you may not have any power from the battery if your equipment is 04 or newer.
    2006 sxr 800 electronics. If it turning over should be getting power from battery just no spark
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    Re: 750 x2 with 800 electronics no spark

    Quote Originally Posted by Bionic racing View Post
    Does stator have 5 or 7 wires ? E box must be the same , to work , one is AC the other is DC ignition
    5 wire stator
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