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So I put in a pink primary in my 08 650 sra, then installed the dyna cdi box. Who of you all had to re-jet in order to get your bike running right after the box was installed? what size jets were used? Only other thing that would affect the motor possibly is a K&N filter. Nothing else has been done to the bike other than cosmetics. I haven't driven the bike with the box in, but when i started it and let it warm up it didn't seem to be right. Maybe it will be different in gear and on the road. Thanks for any info.
 

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I know that the filter is possibly to blame, but i have had the filter on for over a year. but like i said, i havent put it on the road yet so we will see.
 

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I have been told on hear to put a #4 washers under the needle jet and makes a big differense instead of rejeting.I have a 08 650 sra that i am going to do it on.I only have the Dyne cdi on mine,besides that it is all stock
 

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I got the bike up and running and warmed up good the other night. When I gassed it (standing still and not driving) the bike wanted to cut out and die. seemed like not enough fuel. i know i need to ride it but i cant right now and i know im asking questions that im sure have been answered before on here but i thought i would ask about my particular set-up.
 

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Swap back to the stock cdi and if it runs fine you'll know you've got a bad cdi. It happens a lot more than you'd think.
 

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yeah that would suck. especially when the instructions tell you more than once to check it and send it back if just that happens. i am really hoping thats not the case because i really want to ride with this thing installed, right now.
 

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Im wondering if i should change out the filter back to stock or some other type. then see if the dyna works fine.
 

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When you revved it did you have your air box cover off? if so replace it and try again.

I would bet it has nothing to do with your air filter, unless it is excessively dirty.

I still say CDI
 

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Had one in my 06 Brute 750, had to pull carbs and move the clips up one setting to make it "fatter", in the midrange, did the trick however was a pain in the ass at Higher elevations, I would return it, and get your money back
 

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I got it taken care of saturday. Started the bike, warmed it up, rode it down the street. It was trying to die at idle. Adjusted the idle screw (yes i know that seems too easy) and all is well. got the idle set and it rocks. cant wait to open it up on the trail.
 

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Had one in my 06 Brute 750, had to pull carbs and move the clips up one setting to make it "fatter", in the midrange, did the trick however was a pain in the ass at Higher elevations, I would return it, and get your money back
Moving the clips higher on the needle makes it leaner by allowing the needle to sit lower in the needle jet.

Todd
 
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