Curve Changer enables you to advance the static timing giving you more
mid-range power but still allowing the engine to rev out at the top end.
the static timing cover on the right hand side of the engine.
the timing to maximum advance.
the timing cover.
the 16 way connector that is plugged into the CDI and disconnect
the outer sleeving back as far as possible (75mm), you may need to carefully
cut the sleeving to gain access to the wires.
the 16 way connector facing away from you and the black wire to the left hand
side, locate the yellow wire with white stripe and the blue wire with white
remove enough insulation 40mm back from the 16 way connector from the selected
wires. Solder the Curve Changer RED to the yellow/white striped wire. Solder
the Curve Changer BLUE wire to the blue/white wire.
the joints with insulation tape. Ease back the outer sleeving. Plug in the
you have tested your bike ( remember to allow for carburetion changes due to
the extra power now available) you can obtain more static advance by extending