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    Default Gs450 CDI wiring

    I got a new bike project. It's an 88 Gs450. The plug that goes into the CDI has some of the wires stripped out. I'm wondering if anybody happens to know what color wires go where into the CDI? Or if anybody has this bike and wouldn't mind snagging a picture of their CDI plug so I can figure out the wiring for it. That would be very much appreciated.

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    See if you can find a factory service manual and/or wiring diagram for download.

    Always get factory books when practical. This site may have your diagram or close enough.

    http://gsarchive.bwringer.com/

    https://onedrive.live.com/?cid=2370B...211030&o=OneUp

    Best GS forum by far:
    https://www.thegsresources.com/_forum/

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    Quote Originally Posted by farmall View Post
    See if you can find a factory service manual and/or wiring diagram for download.

    Always get factory books when practical...
    That's sage advice. Decades ago long before the internet I sometimes had to rely on Chilton, Clymer and Haynes manuals and found that the info wasn't always accurate, especially when it came to wiring diagrams and sometimes the info and diagrams weren't in the least bit relevant. By comparison factory service manuals were very accurate and usually had more info than the typical user would ever need.

    **(deleted a link because I unknowingly supplied the same one that farmall did)**

    Back in the late 80s a buddy of mine had a GS450E and that thing was surprisingly quick and handled great. He used to embarrass guys riding larger displacement sport bikes in the twisties.
    Last edited by Skjoll; 3 Weeks Ago at 12:51 PM.

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