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Raptor 700 CDI problem

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Yeah i've got a SMALL problem. Being the speed freak i am, i took upon myself to do a little modification to my 5th gear limiter on my 07 RAPTOR 700R. I had read that all you had to do is cut and ground the BabyBLUE wire on the end of the CDI. Well being my A.D.D. Self i didn't read the part about unplugging the CDI and the Battery first. So as soon as i finish making my connection to ground i try, key word try, to start it up. Well quess what it eon't start. It turns over and wasn't getting any fire. I checked everything, tried unplugging everything, nothing worked. Well i go to remove my spliced wire from ground and it hit the hot post on the battery. Now it won't even turn over. DOES ANYONE HAVE ANY IDEALS

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Unfortunately it sounds like you may have shorted the CDI box or the starter relay.

I'm attaching a Raptor Wiring diagram, but I believe it is for the 350. It may be similar if not the same. I do not have a 700 diagram.

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I have done some more cheching and i have 12 volts coming to the coil, and 9 volts coming out but still no fire????????

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I'm fixin to buy a new CDI but not sure that's the problem. Can anybody think of anything else it may be?

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I am sure you fried the CDI, have you gotten it to turn over?

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