> Graham Motzing Wrote:
> Yeah, the 2041 works for awhile but mine fried pretty quickly, it has a
> really low quality capacitor inside it that is only rated for 150v and
> most CDI stators put out like 300. I think hooked up to the 3055
> postcard coil, they are probably fine but hooked up to the treats cdi
> stator fried mine.
> The generic China jog boxes have been good in my experience, I've been
> buying g the "a3202" that jbot recommends and have one on my le partie
> The treats CDI has a bad taper on the crank that takes a lot of lapping
> to seat good, the flywheels are shitty and out of balance, and the
> trigger coil are prone to failure. Even after bulletproofing them with
> new screws, new wires, etc. I had two of them fail in one summer so I'm
> done messing with them.
> The pietcard 3055 coil is also a pretty good way to go, I ran one for a
> summer with the jog box. No complaints.
> I think with any of those big pipes, retarding CDI is pretty much
> mandatory. HPI mini rotor is always a good choice too.
Graham you basically are correct is what I’ve been saying for years the only problem is when you run any kind of electronic ignition, pietcard, HPI anything Aftermarket electronic it can/will fail, I don’t know what people do out there but my mopeds are to me like a car,
I need to be able to take them anywhere at anytime Without failure or being stuck,
The stock puch six wire ignition is bulletproof if you maintain it most most times can be be fixed on the side the road If you need to,
When the Aftermarket racing ignition dies its oh crap you’re done unless you have another $250+ set up in your backpack to throw on it,
Yes stock ignition doesn’t retard, just get a pipe that works for stock ignition and you could ride across the whole USA for another 40 years Instead of having your bike look cool with a big aftermarket pipe and in a few weeks maybe a year later it dies and leaves you stranded,
Seems like to me with all this failure at performance ignitions that these moped people seem to have they must only have to push/pedal their bikes back maybe a mile or so Back But in my situation it’s 15-20 miles, I can’t push or pedal a bike back 15-20 miles back,
I guess having Moped as a hobby or just a neighborhood cruiser is what most people must do I guess when it could be almost your basic transportation to anywhere if you know how to do it correctly Using the bulletproof stock parts,