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Electronic Ignition

Postby Chester » Fri Apr 02, 2010 2:36 pm

Thanks for the TDC info fellas!

Does anybody have some pros and or cons for elec ignition?
It's probably a discussion that crossed your paths once or twice in the past.

I appreciate your opinion.

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Re: Electronic Ignition

Postby grandpaul » Fri Apr 02, 2010 2:37 pm

I like Sparx ignitions & alternators with AGM batteries.
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Re: Electronic Ignition

Postby SteveMinning » Fri Apr 02, 2010 6:23 pm

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Re: Electronic Ignition

Postby Jeandr » Fri Apr 02, 2010 8:31 pm

If you are willing to do a bit of work, take a look at Ignitech ignitions http://www.ignitech.cz/english/aindex.htm , they are fully programmable so you can make up your own advance curve and they have a host of inputs and outputs that are also programmable (shift light, ignition cut out for clutchless shifts...) A mor plug and play solution is Sachse ignitions http://www.elektronik-sachse.de/index_en.htm these are easier to install (no fabrication) and have 9 selectable advance curves, two of which are close to what is good for a Norton. The Tri Spark classic http://www.trispark.com.au/ is also a good contender. All these can be programmed or are programmed to minimise kick backs, but if you don't care about that feature and just want to remove the points, either Pazon http://www.pazon.com/ or Boyer http://www.boyerbransden.com/ will do.

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