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    Quote Originally Posted by K447 View Post
    The new style (Ignition Update kit and 2000+ model years) coil for the two cylinder domestic engines is a single ignition coil that fires both spark plugs together, every time. It has two primary wires that go directly to the CDI.

    The original old style coil pack had two separate coils, and the old CDI fired them individually.

    The update kit for the three cylinder engines does re-use the original ignition coils.
    Was 99 updated as well?
    Here is a coil listed as from a 99, and it's the single. http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/Polar...=p4506.c0.m245

    He also has the cdi.
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    Arrow Two cylinder ignition coils - how to tell Updated and Gen III coils from pre-2000

    CDI 4060148 was used in the 1996-1997 Hurricane, and the 1998-1999 Twins.

    The pictured ignition coil is not an update type part, it is a pre-2000 original dual ignition coil.

    When I said the 2000+ Gen III (and update kit) twin engine has a single coil, I was referring to the fact that inside the ignition coil pack, there is only one actual coil winding of primary wire, not two.

    A Gen III 'single coil' pack will have three thin wires;
    two Black/White wires, and one thin Black ground wire.
    And of course two thick spark plug wires.

    The 'original' ignition coil shown in the photo has four thin wires. They would be Black/White, Black/Green, Yellow/Brown, and Black. You can see the Yellow on one of the wires in the photos.

    The other hint that this is not an updated part is that the early domestic engine ignition parts sometimes did not have a Polaris part number stamped on them. Polaris installed ignition parts with just a PVL (Probosch-Vogt-Loos GmbH) part number (10555203 in this case), since PVL is the actual manufacturer of those parts.

    It is not uncommon for used parts sellers to have inaccurate information. In this case the seller is correct - it is from an original 1999 ignition.
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    Here is what the coil polarisnut is looking for

    This coil and CDI are for sale on E-bay,but it is the less agressive CDI,with lower rev limiter. Not for the Hurricane

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    Quote Originally Posted by casey67 View Post
    Here is what the coil polarisnut is looking for

    This coil and CDI are for sale on E-bay,but it is the less agressive CDI,with lower rev limiter. Not for the Hurricane
    yeah I got the bid on that. Figure I can send the cdi to Randy for a custom program for my mod pipe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Polaris_Nut#1 View Post
    yeah I got the bid on that. Figure I can send the cdi to Randy for a custom program for my mod pipe.
    Cool.
    That is a good price for new parts-if you can use the CDI.

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    Well, I got it.


    Now the question is to get it running or just send the CDI straight to Randy? The season is over here

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    send it to randy for some winter buisness , i imagine just a stator install can be done while that is taken over with

    i mean to bring up the limiter is just fine but i would want to get her running first , i say get cha a stator cover gasket , and get cranking maybe a new battery as well

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bone1050 View Post
    send it to randy for some winter buisness , i imagine just a stator install can be done while that is taken over with

    i mean to bring up the limiter is just fine but i would want to get her running first , i say get cha a stator cover gasket , and get cranking maybe a new battery as well
    yeah, I'm going to get three of those gel type batteries. I yama-bond the cover.

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