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De-restricted CDI
Written by rapidrobert69 on 9/23/2010 at 01:33 am

You Kerrville folks really ought to plan to hook up with the Motorcycle Sport
Touring Association (MSTA - formerly known as the Honda Sport Touring
Association, or HSTA - but since they allow all brands to join, they wisely
decided to remove the "Honda" from the club name) for their annual Texas Hill
Country rally, to be held in your fair city Oct. 29 - 31. I've been a member for
nearly 20 years and have made nearly every one of these events since they
started in the early 90's.

Don't let the word "rally" scare you off - the MSTA is not about parades and
light shows and bike juding and weenie-biting contests - the MSTA folks are some
serious riders! Great group of people, too. C'mon out - you'll make about a
hundred new friends, everyone is invited, especially you folks in Kerrville, as
we'll be knockin' on your door that whole weekend.

You can read more about the rally at http://tinyurl.com/thc2010

I'll be there on Vespa Rouge, my pristine '98! Unless someone buys it from me in
the meantime.


--- In ipcrc@yahoogroups.com, "Chris" <christophermccain2003@...> wrote:
>
> Hello John, my name is Chris McCain and I live in Kerrville also. I ride a
black & silver 95 PC800. Which one is yours, the red one, or the other black &
silver one??
> Chris
>
> --- In ipcrc@yahoogroups.com, "C172myP51" <c172myp51@> wrote:
> >
> > I saw a huge boost to performance when I replaced my fuel filter! Best
money I've ever spent on my bike.
> > -Scott
> > Hershey, PA
> >
> > --- In ipcrc@yahoogroups.com, "jm_byrd" <jm_byrd@> wrote:
> > >
> > > Does anybody out there know anything about these so-called de-restricted
CDI's that are available after market? Do they work?
> > >
> > > Supposed to improved performance...better throttle response, eliminate
rev/speed limiter. Sounds too good to be true.
> > >
> > > I'm probably not the only PC rider out there who wouldn't mind a bit more
snap from his mount. Such a great handling bike, but a bit more acceleration
would be nice.
> > >
> > > I'd like to hear from others of like mind on the subject of improving the
PC's performance by any method, not just Magic CDI's.
> > >
> > > Thanks, and looking forward to any reply.
> > >
> > > John Byrd
> > > Kerrville, Texas
> > > 94 PC800
> > >
> >
>

Message Thread for message #97173

jm_byrd
9/22/2010, 04:34 am
De-restricted CDI
Does anybody out there know anything about these so-called de-restricted CDI's that are available after market? Do they work? Supposed to improved performance...better throttle response, eliminate rev/speed limiter. Sounds too good to be

    c172myp51
    9/22/2010, 10:36 am
    De-restricted CDI
    I saw a huge boost to performance when I replaced my fuel filter! Best money I've ever spent on my bike. -Scott Hershey, PA --- In

      christopherm...
      9/22/2010, 12:23 pm
      De-restricted CDI
      Hello John, my name is Chris McCain and I live in Kerrville also. I ride a black & silver 95 PC800. Which one is yours, the red one, or the other black & silver one?? Chris --- In

        stevenamcgraw
        9/22/2010, 12:31 pm
        De-restricted CDI
        Hello, Kerrvillians! I've made two trips down there to partake in the annual May/June Kerrville Folk Music Festival, and you live in a really beautiful area of Texas. My first trip there in 2002 was to complete a 1500-mile/24 hour Iron Bu

          gibinmich
          9/22/2010, 06:11 pm
          De-restricted CDI
          I love the Kerrville area! Its hill country central, there's good riding in all directions. Dang, I was in the area in May and didn't see anything pertaining to a music fest? I like the ride to Medina for pie and the road south from Hunt is a

        rapidrobert69
        9/23/2010, 01:33 am
        De-restricted CDI
        You Kerrville folks really ought to plan to hook up with the Motorcycle Sport Touring Association (MSTA - formerly known as the Honda Sport Touring Association, or HSTA - but since they allow all brands to join, they wisely decided to remove

    obijuanak
    9/22/2010, 06:19 pm
    De-restricted CDI
    On Sep 21, 2010, at 20:34 , jm_byrd wrote: > Does anybody out there know anything about these so-called de-restricted CDI's that are available after market? Do they work? If memory serves, we determined that the de-restricted C

      goldwingman40
      9/22/2010, 06:50 pm
      De-restricted CDI
      Juan, Jillion and Bob would be proud of us if we all did that and so would the bikes. Fred --- In ipcrc@yahoogro

    jwswingle
    9/23/2010, 02:56 am
    De-restricted CDI
    You guys crack me up! I suspect that there is a super-secret PC800 support group for bikes with corpulent owners-mine included! What they must say about us in meetings! "Hi I'm BlackBird, I'm a '94 with an owner who doesn't take me o