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    Default Worth a try, 95' Bearcat Suzuki 340 wiring help?

    I am cannibalizing an old '95 2 cylinder 340 (339) bearcat and want to save the Suzuki 339 engine and put a prop on it and need help figuring out what a bear essentials wiring diagram would look like.

    Right now I have the coil and cdi and the voltage regulator connected. Do I even need the voltage regulator? Do I need the Positor? I will obviously need an ignition switch to stop it as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RainGull View Post
    Right now I have the coil and cdi and the voltage regulator connected. Do I even need the voltage regulator? Do I need the Positor? I will obviously need an ignition switch to stop it as well.
    You will need the regulator and maybe the kill switch. What is the Positor?

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    The positor is the dead end plug of which there can be several. I think it is just a resistor or some such. Actually I just looked it up and it is a combination diode and resistor that signals the temp switch, so I'm guessing I wont use it and will just jump it.
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