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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 03-25-2008, 07:32 PM Thread Starter
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I know it's been said before but there is NOTHING I have ever plugged in or simply bolted on that made as much of a difference as the VDI. Now, ive never owned an ATV before but been doing the motorcycle and snomobile thing for years. Anyway, if your thinking about buying one, just do it. You wont be dissapointed.

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I hear ya, I am simply waiting for all the bugs to be worked out, and it seems that at this time they have been. I know there were some starting issues as well as 4x4 but those appear to be a thing of the past.

Money is flying every-which-way on this build, therefore, I may need a little recovery time before the VDI goes in, but you are correct, an aftermarket CDI from VDI is the way to go




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I know it's been said before but there is NOTHING I have ever plugged in or simply bolted on that made as much of a difference as the VDI. Now, ive never owned an ATV before but been doing the motorcycle and snomobile thing for years. Anyway, if your thinking about buying one, just do it. You wont be dissapointed.

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I 100% agree, we have had no probleams and love the power. It is a good inexpensive gain of power and easy!!! But like any electrical device it could fail, so we always carry the stock cdi in the glove box just in case... we have had very good luck with the VDI!!!! most definatley reccomend it!
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This is a very good suggestion. The stock CDI does not take up too much room, so throw it in your glovebox just in case.




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I 100% agree, we have had no probleams and love the power. It is a good inexpensive gain of power and easy!!! But like any electrical device it could fail, so we always carry the stock cdi in the glove box just in case... we have had very good luck with the VDI!!!! most definatley reccomend it!
I did exactly that. Thanks to you giving me the heads up last week. Thank you. Also, you'll be getting my order for the long travel in the next week or so. The other guys have all backed out so it looks like I'll be the only one buying. But I do have a buddy who will be buying your 4 seat cage. I'll let you know.

A big thanks to Jessie for the help and all of the great info. If anyone has any questions, she really knows her stuff.

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I second that last statement, Jess ROCKS!
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Hey thanks!! you guys are too nice.... It is always a pleasure!!!
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