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So I just recently bought a outlaw 525 that had the motor out of it and in pieces. So now the motor is back in and I’m try to get it running but it keeps burning up the CDI. It seems like I have some for voltage coming to the CDI so that’s causing it to burn up. The only thing I can find that seems like it might not be right is the reverse input wire coming into the CDI has 12 volts to it at all times the key is on except when it’s in reverse then it has only micro voltage in it. So my question is that the way it should work or is that possibly what’s causing my CDI to burn up? If anyone knows about it I’d be glad to hear from you or if someone would want to test there reverse input wire on their outlaw that would be great as well! Thanks for all your help!
 

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So I just recently bought a outlaw 525 that had the motor out of it and in pieces. So now the motor is back in and I’m try to get it running but it keeps burning up the CDI. It seems like I have some for voltage coming to the CDI so that’s causing it to burn up. The only thing I can find that seems like it might not be right is the reverse input wire coming into the CDI has 12 volts to it at all times the key is on except when it’s in reverse then it has only micro voltage in it. So my question is that the way it should work or is that possibly what’s causing my CDI to burn up? If anyone knows about it I’d be glad to hear from you or if someone would want to test there reverse input wire on their outlaw that would be great as well! Thanks for all your help!
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