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Do you still have to worry about points and capacitors condition and or adjustment? That's what I would like to eliminate.
So are you planning on selling the pins or what?
Hi Mark,As you may recall, I recently picked up a BMW R90/6, a 1975 model.It had a Dyna III, which I am going to take off and put back theregular plate with points and condensers.Do you see any problem adapting one of your ignition systems to myold BMW?By the way, I never did let you know that the hardback book arrivedin fine shape and I love the way you signed the book for me.Sometime, I have got to sit down and write out for you one of the othermiraculous experiences I had.... ~ ~ ~ jaknight ~ ~ ~
I take it that this replaces the regulator and rectifier, is that right?
I would like to order the basic transistorized ignition; how does ordering work? Do you take PayPal?--Scottsdlazenby@yahoo.com
Hi Mark, I can't wait for mine to arrive!! Question about dwell using the ignition. The points are still in full control of dwell? I don't have a meter so do I still need to optimize dwell with the points gap?Thanks!PS I noticed you have updated the postage info to Canada since I ordered, do I owe you some money? I don't want you to be shorted here
AHHH but remember that the US mail is charging you the varying rates. Parcels within Canada are one rate anywhere in our borders as well. Glad I have paid you all you need to send it out HM.
Just got my Hondaman ignition (well a couple weeks ago now) Just wanted to say that this thing is TOP NOTCH! Excellent quality.... looks like it came from a factory.Cheers! And thank you SO MUCH!!PS... I'm frothing at the mouth for one of your Rec'Reg units! If it's anything close to the quality of your Ignition.
What is the price for a setup that would work on my '77 CB550K?~Joe
So, basically there are 2 advantages to your system over a Dyna S.1. Less Ampere draw2. Points backup in case of transistor failureBut.....POSSIBLE points adjustment, and condensor replacement.Make sense?
Points would last forever...but probably a good idea to keep the cam lobe in there greased.~Joe