TRC is primarily funded by ad revenue. If you like the content you find here, please do not block our ads. Thank you.
Results 1 to 4 of 4

Thread: Wiring 2T issue

  1. #1
    Should Get Out More maccecht's Avatar
    Join Date
    Jan 2008
    Location
    South East England Kent.
    Posts
    5,078
    Liked
    times

    Default Wiring 2T issue

    Right wiring Guru's. Mate had his CRM250 nicked and stripped of its loom. He has now got it back and rewired it. However he cannot see how the power valve is activated via the CDI unit. What will tell the CDI to open the power valve? It does not have a TPS or rev counter and apart from the ignition modules and generator I can't see how the CDI tells the power valve at what RPM the engine is at. So folks feel free to offer answers
    Wiring diagram attached. Minor point his CDI has 16 wires but all MK3 diagrams only show 14 and all these bikes are imports. I asked him to check the part number but he wont be able to do that until the weekend.
    Attached Files Attached Files


  2. TRC is primarily funded by ad revenue. If you like the content you find here, please do not block our ads. Thank you.
  3. #2
    Should Get Out More
    Join Date
    Dec 2007
    Location
    South Uist
    Posts
    14,178
    Liked
    times
    Blog Entries
    2

    Default Re: Wiring 2T issue

    I can't help but has he tried or joined the CRM forum?

    CRM250.COM • Index page

    There is an enormous amount of knowledge stored there and they are friendly and helpful.

  4. #3
    Should Get Out More maccecht's Avatar
    Join Date
    Jan 2008
    Location
    South East England Kent.
    Posts
    5,078
    Liked
    times

    Default Re: Wiring 2T issue

    Cheers Cheb I will pass on the link

  5. #4
    Should Get Out More a_morti's Avatar
    Join Date
    Jan 2008
    Location
    Gibraltar
    Posts
    8,798
    Liked
    times

    Default Re: Wiring 2T issue

    The CDI sends the spark so whether or not it sends that to a dial on the dash, it wouldn't be hard for the CDI to "work out" how many sparks it's sending per minute = rpm = whether the valve should be open.
    Register to join this UK Motorbike Forum, start a motorbike blog, or use our free motorbike classifieds!

Go Back to Forum My Forum