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    750sx cdi/stator question

    So I picked up a few ebox’s in good shape from 750ss to get the higher revving cdi out of them mainly but before I fry anything or waste time will it work with a 750sx stator.Cdi model# is 3537.I was thinking the same thing with one of my 650sx modded motors to use 750 internals for spark as well as rpm. I like the light flywheel of the 650.Was also into shaving some weight off the 750 flywheel to help that spin faster.
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    Re: 750sx cdi/stator question

    all of the 750 ss,xi,pro etc cdis should be interchangable. the one exception im not sure of the zxi electronics. however, if you really want to upgrade your ignition, get a zeeltronics cdi. fully programmable ignition curve and rev limiter. best part is it will plug right into the existing ebox. the zeeltronics is programmable with your laptop. im going to be putting one in my 750 powered x2 pretty soon.
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    Re: 750sx cdi/stator question

    Quote Originally Posted by fastgtfairlane View Post
    all of the 750 ss,xi,pro etc cdis should be interchangable. the one exception im not sure of the zxi electronics. however, if you really want to upgrade your ignition, get a zeeltronics cdi. fully programmable ignition curve and rev limiter. best part is it will plug right into the existing ebox. the zeeltronics is programmable with your laptop. im going to be putting one in my 750 powered x2 pretty soon.
    What kind of money the do the Zeeltrnics run? and who is selling the? Sorry for jumping your thread.

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    Re: 750sx cdi/stator question

    i paid 325 shipped for the latest pdcis-a02t model. there are several people selling them. jetmaniac on x-h2o.com is one. you can also order directly from www.zeeltronic.com
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    93-x2, newmiller ported SP750, milled head, R&D single 46 intake, sbn46, fpp blaster chamber pipe, hooker 9/15, umi, rhaas squirrel cage, dakine foot straps

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    Re: 750sx cdi/stator question

    Advent T3 is also a great bolt in choice. They come with 4 timing curves and are nice and reliable.
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