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Default increasing cdi output from 30 hp , 3 cyl 2 stroke yamaha , and other mods. ???

hi, does anyone know about increasing the spark out put from a 30 hp , 2
stroke yamaha out board 2005 model , or any other mods ?
thanks,
mark k


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Default increasing cdi output from 30 hp , 3 cyl 2 stroke yamaha , and other mods. ???

"mark krawczuk" wrote in
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hi, does anyone know about increasing the spark out put from a 30 hp
, 2 stroke yamaha out board 2005 model , or any other mods ?
thanks,
mark k




I usually just push the cheapassed damned spring that's supposed to be
pushed over the spark plug end, but is shoved back up into the cheapassed
rubber cap.....bank into position, making sure this POS is shoved into
the spark wire to make contact with the carbon-soaked cotton conductor.

Skips like hell when it's shoved its way up into the rubber and the spark
has to jump the gap to the plug cap to get to the plug, doesn't it?...(c;

Being Yamaha, we can't afford a proper waterproof spark plug cap molded
firmly into the rubber cover....oh, no, never....damn them.

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