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October 24th, 2013, 04:46 AM   #21
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Re: HPI Ignition Module

Originally Posted by nlan
I have already mentioned to HPI that advance at kickstart/idle should be around 6 degrees. They didn't seem to care that much.
HusaBE confirmed my suspicion that their advance is too high, at 12deg start/idle.
Yes, but HusaBE mention than the 12deg advance was using the original lines of the flywheel (don't know the one he was mentioning ?? there are 2), and we use the home made line of the real TDC. So we would have to clear this point to get to some conclusion.

So HusaBE when you say 12 deg of advance is static advance or using a strobe ? ( at idle seed probably ? because after idle the advance goes higher very fast) and also you considering witch original mark of the fly ?

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Re: HPI Ignition Module

Hi again

Please correct me if I'm not thinking strait.

The original markings are always more to the left then the 0 TDC (some guys say 5 some say 8, doesn't matter), but anyway if the original markings are to the left of the 0 marking, using any one of them as your reference, you are always advancing even more the ignition.

Am I thinking strait ??


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Re: HPI Ignition Module

Strangely the line on my Husaberg 2002 FE400 is SPOT-ON TDC.
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Re: HPI Ignition Module

??? Never seen one !

Don't know how are you measuring it, but it's got to be a precise way.

We are talking about a few degrees.

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Re: HPI Ignition Module

@HusaBE

So, did you contact them? Any progress?
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I thought so.. These people don't give a s#!t about customer support.
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How does the wire into the original harness and stator I have no diagram or install info. Hooked it up how I thought it goes extra grey wire? Any info could help I have no spark.
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What bike ?

Pict of the new CDI ?
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