Voltage into your coils after the CDI? The coils on your stator are producing around 150VAC. They go into your CDI (capacitor discharge ignition) and the capacitor will store up that voltage and zap it out when the timing sensor says to, so that could be 1000's of volts. Then the coils with your spark plugs wires will multiply that voltage again to give your spark plugs somewhere between 5000 to 20000 volts I imagine.
Does anyone know who from either Cat or Suzuki, that knows about this 660 motor?
I have just bought a Suzuki Cary (mini truck) that has the 660 12 valve motor, Carbureted!
I would like to know what all the differences between these two motor are?
I know they adapted this motor to work for...
When I brought my sled in for routine end of year maintenance, I found out there was a service bulletin put out while it was under warranty in 2016. Now it is going to cost $175 to fix the issue. My question is why didn't Cat notify me so I could have the repairs done for free?
I have a 2011 sno pro 600 and have a 1 liter swapped in. I also have the fuel pump for the engine and was curious if I could just use it inline instead of putting it in the tank and using the stock 600 pick up or if it would have to go into the tank and use the original pickups?