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i have removed the blob and want to install a tether i have one that is for an open system will this work?
 

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You can make it work, by grounding out the coil. You don't have a dyna cdi right?
 

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Don't really know anything about the kill tether, but did you have any issues wiring up all the old blob wires to work with whatever kill button you are using?
 

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Don't really know anything about the kill tether, but did you have any issues wiring up all the old blob wires to work with whatever kill button you are using?
You still having problems with yours?
 

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You are better off using a n/c kill tether. Sell the one you have and get a different one.
 

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biggie can you go into detail plz i think i know what you mean, not completely sure tho
 

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im with yogi, i prefer the NC switches. i have found that they are more common at the race track parts trailer as well...thats the main reason i switched mine over to NC from NO.
 

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I agree with all of ya about the n/c tether. It's the simplest, and easiest. It won't damage the cdi, and it acts just like your stock kill.
 

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Normally closed tucker
 

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i think the swich i have is normaly open, i hope not tho, its off a zr 440 sled thanks for the help so far guys
 

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This might be my need for sleep talking but what about putting a high value resistor in the ground side of a Normally Open teather? Would that help with the strain on the cdi?
 

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i think that would just make it not work. that is essentially making a bad ground, which is not desirable.
 
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