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Other Brands like Kymco, Kubota, Bobcat, Cub Cadet, Huskvarna, Kazuma, etc., UTV Specific Discussion Topics. Technical and General Discussions.

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    • No alternator, I have a stator and two wires come off of that to the rectifier/regulator for the charging circuit, two wires provide AC to the CDI box and two wires provide the pulse from the pickup to the CDI box.  The later models have an alternator that provides DC to the charge circuit and the CDI I believe.  I've attached the schematic I've been using that seems to match what I've got.   Thanks
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