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Project My FZR 250 3ln

Discussion in 'Your 250cc Projects' started by Keving Lacayo, Sep 13, 2020.

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    good morning everyone.

    I am building an fzr 250 and ran into a problem.
    of the CDI connectors I only find one and then some loose wires, I need help to find how to connect the cdi to test it and then find the complete harness.
    In the image I mark which connector is the one that I cannot find.


    Sorry if it is not understood well but I do not speak English and use an online translation

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    Ok, so your TCI is from a 1990 FZR250R 3LN3 like mine

    Standard colour option's were-

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    Have you checked your frame number and or engine number against the chart ?
    Sometime's part's can be changed around with other model's

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    [QUOTE = "my67xr, publicación: 136606, miembro: 7380"] De acuerdo, tu TCI es de un FZR250R 3LN3 de 1990 como el mío

    Las opciones de color estándar eran-

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    ¿Ha comprobado su número de chasis o el número de motor con la tabla?
    En ocasiones, las piezas se pueden cambiar con las de otros modelos.

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    En realidad no se cual es el modelo exacto de mi moto, en donde debería estar el número de motor solo tiene grabado 1hx.
     
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    Then use the frame number, r/h front

    And you won't get the bike running perfect without the EXUP
     
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