Join Date: Jan 2010
Location: Iroquois Falls On, Canada
The older Quadrunners used to be 300's, in about the mid 90's they renamed the 300 to King Quad and the Quadrunners turned to 250's. This stayed this way until 2004 where all 250's and 300's ceased production. Now all newer quads start from about a 400 model and up.
And yes a CDI is expensive that is why i was trying to do basics stuff before heading down that road. It is always best to try parts from another bike that are at least two to three years apart, usually much doesn't change in parts and design within that time frame so looking for parts from bikes that are two to three younger or older then the bike you have should be o.k.
Another route you can go if you're looking to try buy a CDI is Ebay, you might be able to find one on there for a reasonable price as well.
2000 Suzuki King Quad 300 4x4
K&N Air Filter
2300 lbs Superwinch
Kenda Bear Claws (Rear 25X10-12) - (Front 24X9-11)
Differential Lock Mod
13,000 + km/s