Forums 🚥 THE PiT STOP 🔧 Hyosung Technical Help GT125R 2007 "rear coli, no spark"

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  • #1823

    Christoffer
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    My brother have bought a GT125R 2007 rep object very cheep.

    Because the previous owner couldn’t get it to start..

    I found that the rear coil wasn’t giving spark, so I changed both coils for the upgraded coils.

    But I now think it’s the cdi..

    do enyone know how to test the cdi?

    attaching some photos.

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    Christoffer
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    This one is dead.. the wire is fine tested with multimeter.

    so I guess it’s the cdi :((

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    ♠️ MARCEL
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    Send me an email – I will try to hunt a CDI locally for you , i know 1 man who is splitting up his bike.

    Hope he still has it!

    To test CDI, follow these pictures below:
    (SAVE PICS to PC or Phone  and zoom in)

     

     

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    Good luck!

    // Meditation doesn't mean you have to sit still....

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    Christoffer
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    Thank you so much again, you are awesome!!

    I tried to test this way earlier to day.. but could only get readings on some of the terminals, and the numbers we’re kinda random..

     

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    ♠️ MARCEL
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    I tried to test this way earlier to day.. but could only get readings on some of the terminals, and the numbers we’re kinda random..

    Try again and use the chart for each pin and save readings on paper then compare.

     

    It also says in chart ^:sometimes its hard to detect a failed unit  if other parts may be broken inside.

     

    // Meditation doesn't mean you have to sit still....

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