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Old 05-18-2019, 11:21 PM
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Originally Posted by gasgasman View Post
If memory serves me correctly.

The CDI runs off 12v.
The CDI grounds the power to the coil, which collapses the electrical field in the coil.
Whatever voltage is required for the spark to jump the plug gap, that's the voltage the coil puts out.
That is incorrect mate, only the later ones started running off 12v Dc I believe 2014 was the changeover. Almost all Gasgas CDIs need the voltages as I mentioned earlier. They are based off Ktm/Kokusans stator.

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And RM CDI. They need that high voltage AC.
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