electronic ignition..

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johnakay
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electronic ignition..

Postby johnakay » Thu Jun 06, 2019 9:30 am

while searching came across these.
no cutting of wires etc,just plug etc..

http://www.accent-electronic.com/ELZ2Coil.html
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Roger Ackery
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Re: electronic ignition..

Postby Roger Ackery » Thu Jun 06, 2019 11:32 am

;) John, I've been running the Accent System on my Kettle for years, never missed a beat,plug & play, not that expensive,really made a big improvement to how the bike starts & runs,
Also can recommend Motobatt battery, now over 4 years old, lead acid batteries lucky to last 2 & a bit Years :roll:
Cheers.
Roger
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Re: electronic ignition..

Postby johnakay » Thu Jun 06, 2019 7:56 pm

they're working on a t500 at the mo.
wrote and ask them and this their reply...(I've deleted the email address)

Hello John,
we are currently designing the prototype.
There are some changes to the housing necessary. If you would like more
information, please contact Alain Guinot, who can tell you everything
about the mechanics. We only do the electronics here.
Alain will also write the conversion and assembly instructions

The cost for a kit will be around 200,00 EURO (about £170)


rgd uwe
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