Dazon Raider Classic – Wiring Diagram


The Dazon Raider 150cc comes in the usual electrical configuration. We carry Dazon Raider 150 Electrical Parts with warranty.


The Stator Assembly – CDI power winding
The Dazon Raider 150cc is fitted with the standard AC-fired ignition setup. A single winding on the stator is dedicated to powering the CDI. On most GY6 stators, the CDI-power wire is the Black/Red wire coming from the stator – with a “bullet” style connector.

Voltage Output Range [Black/Red]: 30 vAC – 80 vAC

Magnetic trigger pulse pickup sensor
The “trigger pickup” is mounted above the flywheel and stator assembly, and also has a “bullet” style connector. The pickup wire is typically blue/yellow. This pickup sends a pulse of energy to the CDI as the magnetic nodule on the flywheel passes with each rotation of the flywheel. This is responsible for the timing of the ignition system. Barely any voltage is required from the pickup. If your voltmeter reads 0.0vAC from the pickup wire, you have a bad pickup sensor and a new stator assembly is required.

Minimum Output Voltage [Blue/Yellow]: 0.1 vAC

CDI Ignition Box
The CDI is the “brain” of the Dazon 150cc ignition system. It stores energy provided by the stator, and releases that energy to the next step of the ignition system (ignition coil) when it senses voltage from the trigger pickup.

Minimum Output Voltage: 16 vAC
[Typically Solid Purple or Blue, leads directly to ignition coil]
Get it here: CDI for 150cc Engines

Ignition Coil
The ignition coil accepts incoming voltage from the CDI box, and steps the voltage up thousands of times (upwards of 27,000 volts). This high voltage is required to force the electrical energy to jump across the sparkplug gap.

Spark Plug [NGK C7HSA]
Delivers spark to the combustion chamber.

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