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post #1 of (permalink) Old 03-28-2004, 04:06 PM
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The new E-ton viper 70

I recently purchased the e-ton 70 for my three kids 6, 5, and the 2 year old in the future. I am very impressed eith its performance. The dealer tells me their is a speed limiter in the exhaust but their is a ground wire somewhare in or around hte engine to disengage it. he will not give specifics probably for legal reasons. Since I have younger children I would like to put a toggle switch on this wire so I can turn it on or off depending on the rider. is this possible? Does anybody know exactly how to find this wire. Also is there any other ways to speed this up in hte future my 6yr old is already talking about reacing. Any help would be greatly appreciated. This forum is awesome, you guys were very helpful in my search for the right quad.

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post #2 of (permalink) Old 04-08-2004, 04:43 PM
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Re: The new E-ton viper 70

Many bikes have a green wire on the cdi that people cut to eliminate the rev limiter. Look to see if you have one. Cut the wire and see if the bike runs at all or if the limiter goes away. If the bike won't run, just reconnect the wire - no harm done. If the limiter goes away, install a toggle switch somewhere you can reach. Then you can turn it on or off as you need to. Reply to let others know how it turned out.

If you want more speed, either now or the future, look at my post for "Scrambler 50 tuning help please" in this forum.
post #3 of (permalink) Old 04-22-2004, 11:45 AM
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Re: The new E-ton viper 70

If your standing in front of the ATV Look down the steering post and to the right on the plastic you will find the CDI Box withe a dial on it. You can turn it to get the rpm your looking for.

Jim, ATE Motrosports
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