New Plug wire for HT 80cc

Discussion in 'Spare Parts, Tools & Product Developement' started by TomMelee, Dec 8, 2008.

  1. TomMelee

    TomMelee New Member I'm moving to FL and I broke the plug wire where it connects to the plug. Looking for suggestions on where to order the replacement, or if someone has gotten excellent results with some aftermarket wire. I already upgraded the plug...would like to not have to replace that whole assembly but I bet I have to...


    Oops edit: I don't need the whole new wire. I only broke the attachment @ the boot. I see that spookytooth has 'em. I don't see that the boot itself and the wire inside are easily replaced, but I might be wrong. Would prefer to not have to replace the entire cdi assembly.
    Last edited: Dec 8, 2008

  2. Ghost0

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  3. MotorMac

    MotorMac Member

    You do know that the plug wire just unscrews from the CDI.
  4. Pablo

    Pablo Motored Bikes Sponsor

    What Ghost0 said.

    Also this is from our install manual:

  5. TomMelee

    TomMelee New Member

    Nope, I did not know that. Now I do. Thanks guys! You = rock.

  6. heathyoung

    heathyoung Member

    I ended up getting rid of the truly horrible stock HT plug wire and boot, and replacing it with a bosch resistor lead with a moulded silicon boot - 7mm wire, inductive core, the boot is a lot smaller and when you put the screw cap on the spark plug (stock ht lead wont let you do this) it feels a lot more secure.

    The lead I bought was about 250mm long, with right-angle sparkplug boots on each end, I tore the label off (should have kept it).

    The 7mm leads are a tight fit, but they do work. Make sure you have a good contact with the screw in the CDI by measuring the resistance from the black wire (common) on the CDI to the tip of the sparkplug boot contact - it should measure about 3,000 Ohms (3K) or so. Mine was 3,300 IIRC.