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SOME PROVEN TIPS and TRICKS for T135

snipermxmalayaklan

Super Veteran
sorry for a question of a newbie here. how come it could reach 160 kph when you are using a stock cdi when as what i know in other thread, stock cdi limit your speed?ty.
 

John Jordan

Veteran
Did tip #3 plus adjusted my SP gap a bit, noticed a good change in power. My MX pulls harder and accelerates better plus I can stay longer at high RPMs. Still need to mod my airfilter. Valve clearance adjustment @ 8000km. Cant wait! Thanks @haen and the other masters! Doing it one by one so the change is noticeable.
 

BigBird

Super Veteran
Paps, Any feedback about Uma adjustable timing gear? Is it durable Sir's?Its because I don't want to break my decompression assembly and can still use in case I wanted to go back stock/soft kick start. TIA:)
 
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Mrdan1594

New Member
TIP #8

Use a 4 leg RELAY (BOSCH is recommended, PART CODE BOSCH - 0 332 019 453 ), use this to power ur CDI and make that LAZY HORN TO WORK BETTER !!
(see pics attached)


installation on my BIKE :
(see pics attached)


FEEL THE DIFFERENCE !
1. Better ignition because the current is pure = better performance
2. No more power loss when u turn on the head lamp..
3. Cheap trick to increase ignition performance

UPDATE :
4. Your main lamp now is brighter too

INSTALLATION PROCEDURE :

Leg number 30 goes directly to BATTERY'S POSITIVE TERMINAL , use thick cable and clamp, and fuse house complete with the fuse, 10 A will do...

Leg number 87 goes to CDI (cut the brown cable from the harness in the middle and connect it to the relay)

Leg number 85 goes to main switch (the other END of the brown cable that goes to the CDI female socket)..

Leg number 86 goes to GROUND, use cable terminal and screw it anywhere on the chassis (i screwed it at the CDI's bracket bolt)..

TIPS : buy a relay socket to make it easier and appropriate cable terminals (2 female small terminal (goes to the original socket), 1 small cable terminal (goes to the terminal from the original socket, after u pull it out of course by using small minus screwdriver and press softly the small part at the socket terminal), 8 large female terminal (4 for the relay's legs on the socket,2 for cable connection,2 for spares), 2 male large terminal...
 

Dropper

Veteran
Leg number 87 goes to CDI (cut the brown cable from the harness in the middle and connect it to the relay)

Leg number 85 goes to main switch (the other END of the brown cable that goes to the CDI female socket)..


can i have some clarification on this brown cable stated here? is SAME and only one cable? its just cut off then use the other side for 87 and other side for 85??? am i right?
what about the main switch stated above? where and what main switch does it mean?
 

mac kevin

Super Veteran
Leg number 87 goes to CDI (cut the brown cable from the harness in the middle and connect it to the relay)

Leg number 85 goes to main switch (the other END of the brown cable that goes to the CDI female socket)..


can i have some clarification on this brown cable stated here? is SAME and only one cable? its just cut off then use the other side for 87 and other side for 85??? am i right?
what about the main switch stated above? where and what main switch does it mean?
IS THIS APPLICABLE for converted MC to BATTERY OPERATED due to HID headlight or just for pure stock wirings?
 
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