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Hi Folks i am sure i read somewere on this forum there is a mod you can do on the wireng side for more revs?? Ive been looking for the link for days now can't find it can some 1 please tell me how i go about doing it cheers :thumbsup:

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Are you asking about the "Free Power Mod" if so search for that. You can run larger wires from the batter or stator to achieve more volts.

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With a E cdi you wont feel ANY change in the way that delivers the power , only 500extra rpm .

If you find one E cdi for real cheap ok otherwise don't bother .

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Hi Folks i am sure i read somewere on this forum there is a mod you can do on the wireng side for more revs?

No there is not.

You could put a E cdi box on, it has a higher rev limiter

Yes But.....

With a E cdi you wont feel ANY change in the way that delivers the power , only 500extra rpm

What he said.

And if you install an E CDI on your SM or S, you need to remove the green wire from the large CDI plug (side stand interlock circuit)

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Power in a stock or lightly modified motor starts to drop off about 8500-9000 RPM so reving higher doesn't buy you anything. Are you racing and need to carry high revs to save on a shift or something?

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Hi i am running out of mods to do to my sm now so thought aboutt his one lol

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Hi i am running out of mods to do to my sm now so thought aboutt his one lol

Never thought I would ever see someone say they are running out of mods to do to a DRZ,

Get into that motor if you want more power for it is that im sure you want, not more revs.

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lol racking my head for ages thinking what i can do next to it lol part from thrash the tits of it lol

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