The one you are referring to is made by Factory Pro and I just bought one for my Speed Triple last Spring. I am not sure if they are out of production or not but I know that they are hard to find but I found one. It is part number RTR-TRI-2104.There was a rotor (pickup timer) produced in the past that advanced the timing 4 degrees. I believe that product is no longer in production, so your unit could be of interest to some of us. Our ignitor is larger than the one you have pictrued. There were more than one version of ignitor used in the Classic Triples.
I am sure a few others will chime in here.
I am no Expert , but that seems like it might work. Except the rev limiter is only programmable up to 6,000 rpm. I wonder how much it costs? And if it is available to other than OEM manufacturers>Doesn't somebody make a generic of our igniter that has no mapping done to it and is also a lot cheaper than the factory unit?
I think it's even easier than that, all you have to do is file the protrusion that triggers the spark. I have just been discussing this idea on another bike forum and it sounds real easy provided you don't go too far.Seems a bit pricey when you can easily get 2 or 3 degrees advance just by filing the ignitor pickup mounting holes a bit more oval & positioning accordingly.
LOL - most all the model-specific parts will eventually, most likely! Ours was a low production motorcycle, that will be of little interest to the reproduction market...."
Are you saying that our igniters will become extinct as a replacement item from Triumph?
Triumph will have a decent stock of them, seeing as they were used on the twins for seven years and on some of the triples for four years, but obviously they will eventually become extinct, like all parts."Are you saying that our igniters will become extinct as a replacement item from Triumph?