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what do you think of RACING CDI  

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  1. 1. what do you think of RACING CDI

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Hi guys...i have been wandering which is the best CDI for wave?I heard alot of brands but dunno which one to choose?Budget roughly around $200...any experience riders here?care to give an opinion...heard if use those no good one can damage engine...would like to hear some of ur thoughts...thanks

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the first thing u need to noe is do u understand wat is CDI?? wats the point of getting a best one if u dun even noe wat it is and wat it does....

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ya lah... like my CDI...

put in the store.. collect dust and spiderwebs...

luckily i never buy...

got it for FREE.. :D

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ur ignition got problem arh? i tot u say ur wave done up by the previous owner?

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hm..then what is CDI?i understand that normal cdi got power cut....but if u replace with better one..can go faster la...

 

2b bike go so fast for wad? die faster ar? :sian:

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correct me if i am wrong.

 

but what i know about racing CDI is that it is like a booster for your bike.

the pick up is faster and

yah the thing is it makes ur bike faster.

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Begins to fade from view

Drowning past regrets

In tea and cigarettes

But I can't seem to forget

When you came along

 

Ingenue, I just don't know what to do

 

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you also never give us a few to compare...

 

spend the 200 bucks..buy a brand new stock CDI and use...

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Capacitor discharge ignition (CDI) or thyristor ignition is a type of automotive electronic ignition system which is widely used in motorcycles, lawn mowers, chain saws, small engines, Turbine powered aircraft, and some cars. It was originally developed to overcome the long charging times associated with high inductance coils used in inductive ignition systems, making the ignition system more suitable for high engine speeds (for small engines, racing engines and rotary piston engines). Capacitor discharge ignition uses capacitor discharge current output to fire the spark plugs.

 

*taken from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Capacitor_discharge_ignition*

 

If you replace the stock CDI with a aftermarket CDI, it will affect the firing of the sparkplug and such.. therefore you get the power.. be it on the RPM or the overall performance.. different CDI has different features..

 

On what CDI to purchase for your wave, i believe there's a MO thread on CDI for kups going on.. go PM the threadstarter and ask him.. he's quite knowledgeable in his stuffs..

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Hi guys...i have been wandering which is the best CDI for wave?I heard alot of brands but dunno which one to choose?Budget roughly around $200...any experience riders here?care to give an opinion...heard if use those no good one can damage engine...would like to hear some of ur thoughts...thanks

 

check out PMO section.......

http://www.singaporebikes.com/forums/showthread.php?p=3848078#post

 

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class 2a and class 2 won't die?

 

I guess class 2a and class 2 bikes are more stable and equipped with better brakes that's why its more "safe"? :confused:

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I guess class 2a and class 2 bikes are more stable and equipped with better brakes that's why its more "safe"? :confused:

 

yeap... indeed...... going fast takes balls... stopping fast takes skills... muhahhaa

 

which i think thats the reason why more 2B bikes meet with accidents... all cannot stop.. lol

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yeap... indeed...... going fast takes balls... stopping fast takes skills... muhahhaa

 

which i think thats the reason why more 2B bikes meet with accidents... all cannot stop.. lol

 

yep 2B brakes are sometimes really cannot make it ah.:cheeky:

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basically its just the freaking brain for ur bike.controls the processes of the bike from carb opening,, electricty, power cut ..which is something like vtec..reach certain rpm it wil chiiong. ur cdi burn ur bike also burn..as in cannot move. what kind is out there i dunno. but i suggest don get from jb or whereever. u'll never know when it will fail on u. cdi is not the only thing. it must be coupled with chamber pipe, big bore, race carb to realize its full potensi. u only get cdi and use..it will burn itself and also 'eat' ur bike internals.

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Alamak, you all say until ti ti ta ti du... dunno what the F you all talking about. Basically it is improve the higher rev range. It allows the engine to rev higher without a limit. EAT your internals?? CDI got teeth ah? Higher rev usage with stock internals would naturally lead to permature failure. If u use reinforced internals it would be better utilised.

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usually all the typess of after market cdi's got no limiter..

all i see out there r cdi's with just no limiter, those with fixed advanced timing,or those with variable ingnition timing..

 

the no limiter type claims lah, give higher rev range, bigger spark yada yada yada.. u whack until vibrate like piston want to come out of block.. hahaha (ok lame)..but in the 1st place, the manufacturer put the limiter in the 1st place so dat the engine can last longer.. not everytime over rev..

 

fixed advanced timing means, ignition timing faster than stock cdi, so i tink should give better pickup ah.. this one maybe u need to do slight mods to ur bike.. air/fuel mixture, carb timing n stuff...

 

dat variable timing 1 is more complicated to me ah to get it to perform at optimum level... this type of cdi can adjust the timing of ignition.. need to do carb timing, jettings.. exhaust... like bluefoxz said, change internals.. setting this, setting that.. skali kick start cannot start.. wakakakaka... maybe if u racer can lah for hobby, for race.. got spare time, everyday look at bike, then can slowly build ur bike up.. street racers from other contries use these types cos they can choose setting, like setting for drag race, or setting for circuits..

 

i personally riding small bike.. n i also change cdi, but gives better pick up slightly, topspeed, i also dunno ah.. go too fast wobble already ah.. so my cdi i use for pick-up-change-lane-overtake the too slowly moving vehicles on the road.. no point ah 2b bike go so fast.. i now only taking 2a.. got money then buy big bike ah.. no money so i go slow on my small bike ah.. (wah i tell u my life story already)...

 

i only say wat i know, wat i understand, but doesnt mean i'm right.. so dont shoot me k..

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hey guys...

 

do take note of using aftermarket CDI...

 

my cousin CDI just got stolen sia.. wat the heck...

he park his bike n send sumthings den come back to start the bike n cannot start.. so he started to c c den found out the CDI is gone.. :faint:

 

make sure ur CDI is concealed properly...

No matter how small the bike you are riding,

If you wanna ride up to somewhere which u desire to go

den sure u can reach. Its jus ur will power oni..

 

 

If you have big head and small BRAINS

Den something is wrong with U

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