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On 4/19/2019 10:10 AM, Gregory L. Johnson wrote:
Last March I purchased a...
When did you buy it and from whom?
When did you buy it and under what name? I'll PM you with return instructions.
gggGary and Tim Beck
Thank you very much. I like to think that I did make the experience of owning and riding a XS650 that much more enjoyable.
But what's up with you and your business if you don't mind my asking? Is it going forward?
The time has come, as it does with all good...
The offset in the advancer replacement is correct. And gggGary, there was no deal. I have not sold XS650 ignitions to a distributor for over a year.
Was that an E-Ignition you ordered?
Remember that the dual output coil produces a positive Voltage to one of the spark plugs and a negative to the other. The timing light will only...
Well, the dual output coil is a single coil that has to jump two spark plug gaps because the gaps are effectively in series. If the gap is...
Whatever happens on the secondary is reflected on the primary, meaning that if you have a high performance coils, you may experience shortened...
Modern electronic ignitions produce a very high Voltage to the spark plugs. After the initial spark across the spark plug gap, it's important to...
To really get old spark plugs clean, never mind the sand blaster, brushes etc. Just soak them in battery acid for a couple of hours.
A dual output coil such as used on the XS650 produces a negative voltage for one spark plug and a positive for the other. The magic of Iridium...
I think there is a slight misconception here about shutting off the pet cocks. If you leave the pet cocks on, then the more aromatic components of...
How are you checking for spark?
Do you have a PAMCO E-Advancer working with an original PAMCO, or a PAMCO E-Advancer working with some other similar ignition? Or, do you have a...
The fuse is under the seat so you can jumper the ignition directly to the battery in the event of a blown main fuse or total short circuit....
Could I trouble you to remove the rotor and take another pic?
Could you post a picture of the actual ignition with the fitting problem?
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