Sorry, no pics. From our site:anyone how to change the spark plug cable on the little cdi box??? please post pics
http://sickbikeparts.com/Manuals/Installation%20instruction%20for%20assorted%20products.pdfSpark Plug Wire
Remove your old spark plug wire from the CDI box by unscrewing it in a
counterclockwise rotation. Test fit the plug wire and cut it to an appropriate length. Screw
the cut end of the plug wire into the CDI box using a clockwise rotation and apply firm
pressure toward the CDI at the same time. The plug boot will require a standard ball type
end on you plug. The old stock one had this piece removed exposing a threaded tip. This
boot will not work with the stock plug. Be sure to acquire the correct plug.
For the best spark, you want the lowest resistance possible in the wire.I agree.. The Stock is Copper and is by far the best for spark. But copper wire or pure wire is the worst for RF interference. A lot of folks talk about this mm and that mm, larger mm , and such for a wire set. But.. Keep in mind this.. They are not Wire typically. They are carbon and offer low RF "radio Interference", and the larger the better. This is true for for wire as well. R x l/a is the empirical formula for Resistance...... "a" being the cross section of the single wire. Keep in mine the skin effect. At any rate. Larger is better. And Copper is better than Carbon for spark and these kits come with copper wire , which is best for a hot or hotter spark. Most of the 2 stroke kits come with a 250 ohm magneto. The better engines or better magnetos are 357 ohms and produce a hotter spark. So.. If you want the hottest spark, stick to stock copper wire set and get the hotter mag. Thanks.. Enjoy the ride...
I used my stock wire and plug for fives years and a little over 4,000 miles...I had no problems. I changed them out hoping I could get a little better performace...did not change a thing, runs the same.There is nothing wrong with the stock wire. Its pure copper and has very little resistance. Why the rush to replace it? If it isn't broke, don't fix it for some perceived improvement that doesn't realize with replacement.