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Technical => Lucas, Electrical, Ignition => Topic started by: Peter in Aus on 10.08. 2019 02:50

Title: Misfiring at 3000 to 4000 RPM
Post by: Peter in Aus on 10.08. 2019 02:50
This might be of interest to some, it came up it a newsletter from Tri-Spark.
https://www.trispark.com.au/assets/files/Misfiring%20at%203000%20to%204000%20RMP%20-Caused%20by%20Voltage%20Regulator.pdf?utm_content=Peter&utm_source=VerticalResponse&utm_medium=Email&utm_term=readmore%2Egif&utm_campaign=Oil%20Filled%20Coils%20-%20At%20their%20best
Title: Re: Misfiring at 3000 to 4000 RPM
Post by: Shark on 10.08. 2019 05:35
On the same subject, I put one of those reg/rect on a Triumph 650 and at 3000rpm all charging ceased, lights went dim etc etc back off to below 3000rpm and all good again?? Suitably annoyed with this device with filter I removed it (the filter) and guess what, all back to normal. This happened probably 8 or 9 months ago with no further problems. I emailed Trispark (purchased from them) but go no reply. Electrickery at it's best.