jsolo at solo-tek.com
Sat May 5 15:03:39 PDT 2007
You're talking about COP ignition I think. There's no longer any spark plug wires needed because the coil is right there. The wires off the harness drive the coil which fires the plug directly. COP - Coil On Plug. Most cars with distributorless ignition have this type of setup.
Saturday, May 5, 2007, 4:37:38 PM, you wrote:
> Most of my info on the topic (all of it that pertains to the 1100 mill)
> comes from the bigbikeworld.com
> forum. There's a section just for 1100 modifications, and a thread in that
> section dedicated to stick coils. There are some decent pictures in there.
> It is not like any dyna coils I've ever seen. You no longer have any spark
> plug wires, just two normal wires from the harness to trigger the spark, the
> same as runs to each coil.
> On 5/4/07, Julian Solomensky <jsolo at solo-tek.com> wrote:
>> Andrew, do you have a picture of what a stick coil looks like? Or is it
>> like the dyna coils that take a separate wire/boot at both ends (coil and
Julian mailto:jsolo at solo-tek.com
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