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Offline mike667

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new ignition
« on: 06.09. 2010 12:11 »
saw this in classic bike -just in case you have an extra 670 quid (!) laying about

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Re: new ignition
« Reply #1 on: 07.09. 2010 21:46 »
Saw one of these at a local Steam Rally fitted to a RGS, never seen are heard of one before, now I know.  ;)
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Re: new ignition
« Reply #2 on: 20.09. 2010 22:04 »
I put one on my A10 race bike, didnt cost quite that much but still approx $1500 nzd  once shipped.
Its new, easy to fit and should be reliable. But I didnt have a half decent mag to rebuild so that wasnt going to be a cheap option either.
The downside is that the long magneto nut, will not fit as the body is slightly bigger than a k2f, so have to use a normal nut, which is a bit of a pain to do up.

I put a brand new joe hunt magneto on my old norton (before the A10) and had nothing but problems with it. Ended up selling it and fitting a coil and points ign.
Tim

saw this in classic bike -just in case you have an extra 670 quid (!) laying about

http://www.bt-h.biz/
A good rider periodically checks all nuts and bolts with a spanner to see that they are tight - Instruction Manual for BSA B series, p46, para 2.
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