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post #1 of 11 (permalink) Old 05-20-2017, 10:02 AM Thread Starter
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Random parts blow out pricing

Comet racing dry clutch setup - sold

High output stator and rectifier with cover - sold

Hsr 48 like new with carb and throttle cable - sold

Hsr 48 bare - sold

Fcr 41 with intake sold

Black rhino cdi - sold

Moose cdi sold

Electric fuel pump and regulator sold

Front 660 diff sold

Rear 660 diff $200 shipped

Elka long travel shocks - sold
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I been having a discussion regarding replacing my factory sheave etc. with a Hunterworks one. Tinken PMed me and said you had a CDI for sale. He says I really need an aftermarket CDI to get the full benefit of going to that type of sheave upgrade but he also recommended a "DynaTec " CDI. Yours says it's a "Moose". Are they all about the same? Is this a Moose made by DynaTec? Is it new?


Let me know please,


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I was told that the Black Rhino box was made by DynaTec. IDK I'm a newb to the Rhino scene
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Comet racing dry clutch setup - sold

High output stator and rectifier with cover $60 shipped

Hsr 48 like new with carb and throttle cable $250 shipped

Hsr 48 bare $150 shipped

Fcr 41 with intake $150 shipped

Black rhino cdi $50 shipped

Moose cdi $40 shipped

Electric fuel pump and regulator $30 shipped

Front 660 diff $250 shipped

Rear 660 diff $200 shipped

Elka long travel shocks $800 shippedAttachment 47337Attachment 47345Attachment 47353Attachment 47361Attachment 47369Attachment 47377Attachment 47385

Hello Intro2Rhino, I forgot to use the "quote" option so I don't know if you caught it. The reply from ScottH was directed to you. Please see the reply below your post.


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I think he has a 50 cal too

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I think he has a 50 cal too

As in a "Barret" rifle?
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I think he has a 50 cal too

As in a "Barret" rifle?
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I think he has a 50 cal too

As in a "Barret" rifle?
50cal cdi unit lol

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Hello,


I been having a discussion regarding replacing my factory sheave etc. with a Hunterworks one. Tinken PMed me and said you had a CDI for sale. He says I really need an aftermarket CDI to get the full benefit of going to that type of sheave upgrade but he also recommended a "DynaTec " CDI. Yours says it's a "Moose". Are they all about the same? Is this a Moose made by DynaTec? Is it new?


Let me know please,


Thank you...

As far as I know they are all similar until you get into the programmable dynatec which is like a unicorn to find

They are all used and I do have a dynatec that I'll sell for $75 shipped also non programmable and a .50 caliber like tinken mentioned

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Hello,


I been having a discussion regarding replacing my factory sheave etc. with a Hunterworks one. Tinken PMed me and said you had a CDI for sale. He says I really need an aftermarket CDI to get the full benefit of going to that type of sheave upgrade but he also recommended a "DynaTec " CDI. Yours says it's a "Moose". Are they all about the same? Is this a Moose made by DynaTec? Is it new?


Let me know please,


Thank you...

As far as I know they are all similar until you get into the programmable dynatec which is like a unicorn to find

They are all used and I do have a dynatec that I'll sell for $75 shipped also non programmable and a .50 caliber like tinken mentioned
Is it a simple R&R (plug-n-play) or is there a procedure to replacing one's CDI unit? Also, is this something I can do prior to upgrading my sheave set-up? BTW...my bad on the 50 cal, I didn't know there was a CDI with that name!
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Comet racing dry clutch setup - sold

High output stator and rectifier with cover $60 shipped

Hsr 48 like new with carb and throttle cable - sold

Hsr 48 bare - sold

Fcr 41 with intake $150 shipped

Black rhino cdi - sold

Moose cdi $40 shipped

Electric fuel pump and regulator $30 shipped

Front 660 diff $250 shipped

Rear 660 diff $200 shipped

Elka long travel shocks $800 shippedAttachment 47337Attachment 47345Attachment 47353Attachment 47361Attachment 47369Attachment 47377Attachment 47385
Hi. I need that stator. I’ll take it. Do you take PayPal?
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