To wire up the stock mbk cdi stator to the unlimited Yamaha box, follow this:
The Stator Black wire is the frame ground, wire it to somewhere on the frame itself
The stator yellow wire is the 12v lighting & accessories circuit, wire that to your headlight and taillight
The stator red wire is for the ignition timing which goes to the Yamaha CDI’s white and red wire
The CDI box’s orange wire goes to the high tension coil, thats the plug facing down to the ground on the white HT box
The CDI box’s black wire goes to ground out both the HT coil and the motor, so ground that out to the motor either by having the wire squished under one of the crank case bolts or to the long bolt that the motor pivots on.
The Stator’s green wire goes to the CDI box’s black and red wire, I have no idea what it does but it completes some sort of a circuit and is essential for it to run.
The CDI box’s black and white wire, when grounded out to the frame, will be your kill switch. Wire it to one side of a DC toggle switch and have the other side be wired to your frame.
Both the stator plate and flywheel have a timing mark. When these are lined up, the unit fires. Set this to occur at the same time that the points would normally open. see Guide to Motobecane spark and timing.
- Your Novi nut will not fit down into the recess on the flywheel. Use a different nut or grind yours down.
- Use a voltage regulator. This unit puts out a lot of power and will blow your lights.
- This unit uses a Ducati puller.
- Stator plate is smaller in diameter than the points stator plate. Your flywheel cover will not fit.
- Brake light system will need to be modified.