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    Ignition timing question

    I just got a hold of a 4010447 CDI for a 1050 and want to try it out in my Pro 1200. It has less overall timing than the 1200 CDI. 18 degrees @3000 RPM as opposed to 23 degrees at 3000 RPM. Will this be safe to run like this? I want to try out the ski once or twice before I have to put it away and I will get the CDI reprogrammed over the winter.


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    I'm sure Lugs talked to you about it,but yes,you can run it just fine,that's less timing in the middle. It just won't have as much pull,but with you just getting the ski,you won't notice the diff.

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