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Old 04-17-2012, 07:58 PM   #41476
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PDM60 v2

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PDM60, not sold anymore?
They now have version 2 out with some nice upgrades including an integrated SAE battery tender plug. Aerostich is the only supplier. Here's the link.

http://www.aerostich.com/pressroom/d...108_pdm60.html
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Old 04-17-2012, 08:09 PM   #41477
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New to me. "07 with 4300 miles. Getting ready to install Michelin T63s with HD 4mil tubes. Bolting up the Wolfman Expedition Racks and SaddleBags this weekend. Has ACERBIS 5.8 tank, FMF Q4 exhaust, and tail rack. Just added the PDM60 for all the electrical farkles. 12 Volt Acc Plug, Heat Demon Grip Heaters, RoxSpeed 2 inch risers, Pro-Taper EVO bars, Moose Barkbusters, Slipstreamer Tombstone Windshield, Wolfman Enduro Tank Bag, Pivot Pegz on the way from down under, Eastern Beaver headlight relay kit, small DOT taillight, UNI air filter, Daves Mods and De-smogged. Looking to add a skidplate soon.

PDM60 Wired into Airbox:


Hey Hound Dawg,

Welcome, and the set up looks very nice. Tell us about the power module: What do you power off of it? (You eliminate the stock fuses, right? Does the CDI go or stay? Did you upgrade the alternator?)

Well done!

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I just left all the stock stuff alone. This unit wires direct to the battery and then connect up to 60 amps total capacity over 6 different circuits with a max draw of 15 amps (3 are 15 amps and 3 are 5 amps). Currently I'm running heat demon grip heaters, 12v power outlet, and Eastern Beaver headlight relay off of this unit. I'm also adding a small clock/temp/voltmeter unit. I'm probably going to hook up some extra led lighting and another accessory for a headed vest. It's a really simple unit. No need to every worry about fuses again. $129 at Aerostich.com. I did add three 1 inch uni air vents to the top of my box due to some diminished airflow from the wiring in the airbox. I havent's really noticed any hinderance from this however. Running just as it did before the mod. Hope that helps. This thread has a lot of information thanks to John Smallberries:
http://www.advrider.com/forums/showthread.php?t=638076
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Old 04-17-2012, 09:31 PM   #41478
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They now have version 2 out with some nice upgrades including an integrated SAE battery tender plug. Aerostich is the only supplier. Here's the link.

http://www.aerostich.com/pressroom/d...108_pdm60.html

Thanks, couldn't find it on their site or google. My fu was weak.
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Old 04-18-2012, 12:41 AM   #41479
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Rocks, rocks, rocks! Hitting washes at speed is really the only place it is better. Flys straight and level and lands soft. I just don't see any way possible I am going to go heavier springs when it is beating the shit out of me now. I may have gained sag from the original springs but except for large loose rocks the originals were much plusher. Loose gravel roads and this:

Harshness can often come from being under sprung and/or under damped. You blow through the initial travel and then get avery steep rising damping rate causing a semi-hydraulic locking. This is how old orifice forks felt. Suspension tuning is often counter intuitive. Buy Race Tech's Suspension Bible. Best money you'll spend on many bikes!
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Old 04-18-2012, 06:17 AM   #41480
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Harshness can often come from being under sprung and/or under damped. You blow through the initial travel and then get avery steep rising damping rate causing a semi-hydraulic locking. This is how old orifice forks felt. Suspension tuning is often counter intuitive. Buy Race Tech's Suspension Bible. Best money you'll spend on many bikes!
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Old 04-18-2012, 06:19 AM   #41481
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Didn't someone here put a newer style CDI in recently where did they get it?

Only aftermarket CDI I ever hear about is the Megajolt.

Needs a custom reluctor on the crank, I think.
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Old 04-18-2012, 06:46 AM   #41482
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Cdi

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Didn't someone here put a newer style CDI in recently where did they get it?
I haven't tried it myself, but this is it:

http://www.motorbike-shop.de/index.php?a=2928
http://www.motorbike-shop.de/index.php?a=3154
http://www.motorbike-shop.de/index.php?a=3153

You'll need Google Translate unless you know German. I haven't bothered to translate it so I can't tell you the difference between the 3.

From what I've read on this very thread, it's a direct plug and play replacement.
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Old 04-18-2012, 07:13 AM   #41483
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The 124 pounder:

The CDI works on these vehicles:
Honda Dominator NX500 PD08 model years' XX to "XX
Honda NX650 Dominator of the years 'to XX' XX
Honda XR650L RD06 built between xx to yy
each with and without side stand switch.
They replaced the CDI-Type MN9 CI554

This was the Transalp CDI CDI (H003) further developed and adapted specifically for the Domi.
It was extensively in the vehicle and tested on a dynamometer.
The spark is triggered earlier in this model than in the original CDIs.
This improves power and torque and reduced fuel consumption.
Through the better fuel (minimum RON 95), the margin is for this improvement.

When you return to the models where this fits CDI,
further information or have additions,
then you can ask us happy.
We are open to it.

Installation instructions for vehicles with side stand off
First, check whether the engine is running properly on this hardware.
Side stand, clutch and gear before pulling - the engine will not start.
Make an extensive test drive, preferably over several kilometers.
If the CDI is not functioning properly, please contact us.

In most vehicles, a side stand switch is installed, which must now be activated.
For this, the wire loop is separated at the CDI and the experiment with the stator is repeated.
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Old 04-18-2012, 07:15 AM   #41484
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The 139 pounder:

The CDI works on these vehicles:
Honda Dominator NX500 PD08 model years 'to'
Honda NX650 Dominator of the years 'to'
Honda XR650L RD06 constructed before yy
each with and without side stand switch.
They replaced the CDI-Type MN9 CI554

This was the Transalp CDI CDI (H003) further developed and adapted specifically for the Domi.
It was extensively in the vehicle and tested on a dynamometer.
A new PCB improves Funkentsörung (EMC) significantly.
The spark is triggered earlier in this model than in the original CDIs.
This improves power and torque and reduced fuel consumption.
Through the better fuel (minimum RON 95), the margin is for this improvement.

If you fit the models in which the CDI
further information or amendments have
then you can ask us happy.
We are open to it.

Installation instructions for vehicles with side stand off
First, it is checked whether the motor is running properly on this hardware.
Side stand and pull clutch in gear - the engine will not start.
Make an extensive test run is best for miles.
If the CDI is not functioning properly please contact us.

In most vehicles is a side stand switch installed which now must be enabled.
For this, the wire loop is separated at the CDI and the experiment with the stator is repeated.
It must start the engine then.
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Old 04-18-2012, 07:17 AM   #41485
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And the 99 pounder:
The CDI works on these vehicles:
Honda Dominator NX500 PD08 model years 'to'
Honda NX650 Dominator of the years 'to'
Honda XR650L RD06 constructed before yy
each with and without side stand switch.
They replaced the CDI-Type MN9 CI554

This was the Transalp CDI CDI (H003) further developed and adapted specifically for the Domi.
It was extensively in the vehicle and tested on a dynamometer.

CDIs are used or second-choice defective CDIs have been repaired. These devices were all tested by Werner Moehrle. This CDIs as a 2 year warranty as new CDIs.

If you fit the models in which the CDI
further information or amendments have
then you can ask us happy.
We are open to it.

Installation instructions for vehicles with side stand off
First, it is checked whether the motor is running properly on this hardware.
Side stand and pull clutch in gear - the engine will not start.
Make an extensive test run is best for miles.
If the CDI is not functioning properly please contact us.

In most vehicles is a side stand switch installed which now must be enabled.
For this, the wire loop is separated at the CDI and the experiment with the stator is repeated.
It must start the engine then.
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Old 04-18-2012, 07:31 AM   #41486
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I wonder which 1 this is , I got it from an Inmate a litte while back , havent tried it yet tho.





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Old 04-18-2012, 09:27 AM   #41487
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It's a CDI from/for an NX650 Dominator, obviously tested by a German repair/manufacturer's station.
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Old 04-18-2012, 09:38 AM   #41488
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It's a CDI from/for an NX650 Dominator, obviously tested by a German repair/manufacturer's station.


This is 1 of the ones Dave posted the translations about , Just dont know which one ,

the 99.99 or the 139.00
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Old 04-18-2012, 10:10 AM   #41489
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If you want something really nice, get the programmable CDI from Ignitech.cz. Have one in my XLV, see signature, whole new beast.
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Old 04-18-2012, 10:46 AM   #41490
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This is 1 of the ones Dave posted the translations about , Just dont know which one ,

the 99.99 or the 139.00
The 99 Euro job is a rebuilt unit that also carries a 2 year guarantee like the others. The 124 Euro is the original new unit. The 139 Euro unit is the evo model with better spark supression over and above the 124 variety. For me it would be the 124 or 139 version. Interesting to see that the timing is advanced slightly over original Honda part which according to the makers gives better performance, torque and fuel consumption - using 95 RON fuel.
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