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post #11 of 15 (permalink) Old 08-13-2019, 02:06 AM
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Ok My Dudes, I have run 4 trouble free tanks of fuel through the bike and she runs fantastic, I can say that these coils work just fine on the old 900 T300's and anybody facing a game of musical coils should make the MOD. It was cheap and easy, all he parts are readily available and dirt cheap. I am going to declare...CASE CLOSED
just ordered the Kawasaki stick coils found the connectors from your description as the link didn't work and got the grommets so thanks for those links, new link for the connectors if anyone's interested https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0...3VL49Q0J&psc=1

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Re-open the case. Anybody have any success putting stick coils on a 1200 engine? I tried wiring it a couple of different ways and no success. I've been running stick coils on my 900 engines for 3 years. They work great. The other electrical mod I do for the spark is the Johnson Jolt. The positive wire firing up the coils is only 10.5 volts. I've got an extra accessory fuse box and an additional relay. When the relay is activated 12.8 is going to the coils. It picks up its power from the added fuse box. One of the original positive wires for a coil is activating the relay.
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post #13 of 15 (permalink) Old 08-14-2019, 09:59 AM Thread Starter
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Greg, I'll have to look at the manual but Im wondering if the 1200 uses the two lead coils X2 like most Japanese bikes or 4 separate coils???

New problem, lets figure this out.... what's the hang up and where did you start?

Every curve has a high side, so I've got that going for me.
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OK twin lead coils X2 like the japanese. that's #1 and #3, and #2 and #4 so a wasted spark, split wires??/

Try this guy, same issue
https://www.triumphrat.net/t3-sport-...s-to-cops.html

Every curve has a high side, so I've got that going for me.

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OK twin lead coils X2 like the japanese. that's #1 and #3, and #2 and #4 so a wasted spark, split wires??/

Try this guy, same issue
https://www.triumphrat.net/t3-sport-...s-to-cops.html
on Nology's site they have two different coils and one is for the 4 cylinder (2 plugs 1 coil) the other for the 3 cylinder
ProFire PFC-06TD Ignition Coil Dual Outlet / 0.6 Ohm

Bonneville, T-100, Thruxton 900 (1 coil per bike)
Daytona 1200, Trophy 1200 (2 coils per bike)
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ProFire PFC-06TS Ignition Coil Single Outlet / 0.6 Ohm

America, Speedmaster, Scrambler 900 (2 coils per bike)
Trophy 900 (3 coils per bike)
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