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Old 06-11-2009, 11:16 AM
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I'm going to have my bike apart soon to button it up after my crash at the Classic. I'll try to get some better info on the lights. I have the 2k-2, but most of the wires are wrapped so they are not comlpetely visible.

You can't ride at night with this setup, well maybe at 5mph, so you will need a helmet setup if you plan to.


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Old 06-11-2009, 11:39 AM
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I'm going to have my bike apart soon to button it up after my crash at the Classic. I'll try to get some better info on the lights. I have the 2k-2, but most of the wires are wrapped so they are not comlpetely visible.

You can't ride at night with this setup, well maybe at 5mph, so you will need a helmet setup if you plan to.
That would be much appreciated.
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Old 06-11-2009, 01:05 PM
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Awesome. Thanks!
The more I look at that chart the more confused I get. It looks like there is a terminal between the CDI and the front headlight?
Voltage regulator. Cheap and you will need one.
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Planning on doing a minor tear down and taking some pics so that will help in myh road to lighting.
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i know this is probably a dumb question but
i just got ahold of a 98 ec250, cb motor, but its been removed, i have it too.
has what appears to be a 2k2 stator(10 oclock exit) but it exits the case, and had a plastic cover like my 07.
i was given another one with the bike but it is just a coil inside a magnesium cover, it exits this cover at 10 oclock as well..
is there an option of running 2 coils? it fits over everything that is there now. i can build computers, and xboxes, but i cant understand how this is supposed to be..
my 07 had 2k2 stator and it was enuf for my needs
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