Post by brucewayne on Sept 23, 2015 12:04:42 GMT -6
Hello everyone I'm back guys...i stopped visiting the forums cause my scoot stopped running at i didnt have time to fix it myself. I took it to a scoot shop and the mechanic said that it was the CDI. he said it was too powerful for my scoot. i had a NCY cdi and my scoot is a 150cc Jonway. he said my cdi is for motorcycles? can someone confirm this? he also chnaged my battery, plug, oil, fixed right brake and cleaned my carb. the scoot was in my backyard for acouple of months. i gotta renew the tag and give it a good wash, there is dust all over...hope you guys enjoyed my past videos
Last Edit: Sept 23, 2015 12:05:42 GMT -6 by brucewayne
:::MODS::: main jet 108 NCY coil Helix fuel line NCY fuel filter 24mm,Sheng Wey carb (made in Taiwan) not stock carb Pro grip rim tape no kick start NGK plug NCY all-metal valve stems Kenda tires EGR system removed Gold Header Premium exhaust gasket
As I understand it the purpose of the CDI is only to send a timing signal to the coil, telling it when to send a spark to the plug. That signal would always be only low voltage, 12v I guess, so don't see how "too powerful" could be the case. HOWEVER, it might be the wrong CDI, sending the signal at the wrong interval, in which case I would thing the scoot wouldn't run at all. Just my humble opinion.