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    Question about 1994 SLT 750 electrical

    I was going through my project the other day and found the electrical board. It needs cleaned up, but is otherwise ok. The strange thing is, it doesn't have a spot for the MFD fuse. It doesn't appear to have ever had one. Should this board w/o the fuse be correct for this thing? A lot of electrical boxes I see online are listed as coming from SL 750s and they all appear to have one.

    To that end, I've been surfing the interwebs for parts and am confused as to what electrical box I need. Seeing how that can be a pricey part used I'd like to make sure I get the right one. I'm looking at a couple different ones that came off 95 SL 750 skis. Will that work? I've read a couple posts here that talk about timing issues between the CDI used in some models vs others and want to make sure all will be well with what I get. Also, one of the boxes is extremely clean with good wires but no CDI; what would be a good price to pay for something like that? Looks complete just no CDI; has coils.


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    Is there a part number on the terminal board? Might be on the back side.

    You can look up the part number to confirm what model it was originally used in.

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    Why do you need the whole box?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BryanP View Post
    Why do you need the whole box?
    Mine doesn't have one. Apparently, to the previous owner, when the engine grenades, it must make the electrical box and CDI grenade, too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kevinz View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by BryanP View Post
    Why do you need the whole box?
    Mine doesn't have one. Apparently, to the previous owner, when the engine grenades, it must make the electrical box and CDI grenade, too.
    Must have been a big boom

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    Or an idiot owner. I'm leaning towards that scenario more.

    I found a part number. 4040064. Comes up for an ATV, so no idea why it was in my ski. Oh well, most of the boxes I see come with the board already.

    So what electrical box/board and CDI do I need for my 94 SLT 750?

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    I have a 94 SLT 750 Ive just completely rebuilt, I will get the part number off mine later on for you as mine is correct and has the MFD fuse. You need this fuse and should be 250mA rating.

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    Just about any circuit board with a fuse location for an MFD will work. The board is simply a connection point and doesn't really serve any "computing" function. Different boards were created as accessories were added, removed, etc.

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    OK cool. But is there really a concern with getting a CDI matched to the flywheel and stator? I wish I could find the posts where I saw that, and it's got me concerned and I want to make sure I get the right CDI. So which one do I need?

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    Quote Originally Posted by kevinz View Post
    OK cool. But is there really a concern with getting a CDI matched to the flywheel and stator? I wish I could find the posts where I saw that, and it's got me concerned and I want to make sure I get the right CDI. So which one do I need?
    No. The only thing you want to stay away from is a 650 CDI. All 94 and newer 750 or 780 CDIs will be fine. All 94 and newer 750 and 780 stators, CDIs, and Flywheels are interchangeable.

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