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    • Do you have a battery in it ? Have you checked the charging is charging, and regulating ? To reply in here you go down to the bottom of the thread and type in a box, then click on the "submit reply" button to post it.
    • It may be that the ignition system is like some kawasaki and not a cdi system. Since it made your test light flash when you used it in place of the coil, I'd suspect you need a 12 volt ignition coil, not a cdi 300 volt coil..
    • I would check the primary and secondary resistances of the new coil , I have had them bad right out of the box. I would check to make sure im getting a good ground and good power to the CDI , make sure you are getting a good 12v to the coil, make sure your frame and engine ground are good, this may be extreme , but before I start buying expensive parts, I would take the side cover off and inspect the stator and pulser coil for trash or debris or anything out of the ordinary, loose bolts crimped wires etc.  I know you have probably done all these things, im just going over a list of what I would check and double check.
    • Im sure the bearings will be fine, I actually have been impressed with the quality of some of the aftermarket parts I have purchased, I am also trying to bring a 2000 ATV back to life on a budget, I would have bought them also at that price, but as KP said be sure and mic them and compare against the old to make sure they fit correctly.
    • If the spark plug cap comes off the lead try taking that off and checking the spark. The cap might have too much resistance or a short. Also have a look at night and you might see sparks running along a rubber boot or across the coil to earth.. If you have a timing light, connect it up but put a screwdriver through the pickup, then use the screwdriver as a probe looking for leaking voltage.. It'll make the timing light flash if there's an HT leak..
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