In the first picture....yes those are the leads for the 96 coil packs.
Second....it can be done, in fact I was just reading an article online yesterday where a ZX7 was being converted to stick coils from paired coil packs to make room for a different ram air box......I could look through the history on that computer later and find out more.
TT750 seems to have a much better grasp on electrics than I do....maybe he will chime in here.
ah i would say not easily... off the top my head you could wire it to fire 2 coil sticks at once to the wires for 1 coil pack. coil packs use a waste spark setup. one spark plug is positive to the coil pack and the other spark plug is the ground. so it fires the coil making spark in 2 cylinders. 1 them being on compression and the other on exhaust stroke. i always thought the ignition controled the ground side of the circuit. sowith out any research and off the top my head power 2 coil sticks with the power for one the coil packs then control the ground side with the single ground. i really not know if it would work to fire the sticks or if firing them twice as much as they normaly do would be good for them at high rpm. it takes some time to build up a magnetic field in the coil. also you get into the ohms of the coils. i always thought when you changed to a dyna coilpack you had to get the proper ohm coil for you cdi. you could damage your cdi maybe...honestly i have not looked much into it as if i was to upgrade a coil pack i would go to a dyna coil and maybe even an dyna 2000 ignition module on a older bike. i can't see the gain from going from the coil packs to the sticks.. i have to wonder if any the bandit or older oiler guys have converted to coil sticks..
99 750 srad.... my other hot blooded woman
Have never put that particular change to test on a dyno, but have used the Nology Hotwires on ZX6R, ZX7/R, ZX9, and GSXR's......and they have all idled and carburated better, and I never have any fouled plugs.
Dont mean to sound lazy.... BUT have you got any links to any that would fit my '96 ? Its not that I cant be arsed to look as I've already googled the bits you mention, just I have no idea what Im buying lol
hold on, it is NOT that simple. I don't care what Nology or its employees say (I have about 10 phone calls to back this up)...you cannot properly attach the Nology wires to stock OEM suzuki SRAD coils. Options:
1) Buy Nology coils.....I have never done this and cannot offer any advice
2) Purchase used ZX7 type coils off of EBAY for next to nothing.....the Nology wires go right on to them as they use a compression type cap that threads onto a screw type post. The only thing is that you need to machine a little bracket in order to get your bolt spacing back to what the SRAD coil spacing is. If anyone wants them, I have a set that would work, but are not as nice as my current versions)