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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 10-30-2016, 10:27 PM Thread Starter
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My stick coil conversion

Well not mine in 2 ways:
1. His idea, that was another's idea https://www.gixxer.com/forums/16-wate...onversion.html

2. Family just will not give me any garage time and I need lots of time when it comes to electrics! So off to a friends place (G6 Motosports) for some custom wiring.

Job: Shorten and tidy up wiring harness, eliminate unnecessary wiring, ....
.... Maybe wire in OEM Race only CDI or Vance & Hines CDI, modify Yosh racing harness for street use or use as a copy to custom build for track days. It all depends on $$$$

So, my SCARY HALLOWEEN is giving my bike over for someone else to fix!
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post #2 of 10 (permalink) Old 11-10-2016, 10:05 AM
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Re: My stick coil conversion

Very cool mod! Can you tell me what airbox your using....airtech?
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Very cool mod! Can you tell me what airbox your using....airtech?
Check all Threads started by me, search, etc..

Here is one series I did:
https://www.gixxer.com/forums/16-wate...x-fairing.html
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We got problems! Bike will not run! Stck coils have spark. Bike Spits, sputters,...Put the stock coils back on and runs fine. Where to look?
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Looks like it is figured out! Update to come...after Turkey Day!
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Re: My stick coil conversion

If I pulled off a post like this, I'd get crapped on big time, oh wait, 'Big League'
I'm glad you can pull it off
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First run after coil conversion. Also, had G6 adjust the valves. The exhaust side was good, but intake was tight.

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Wiring and coils. Going to try this hopefully tomorrow. It has 6 pins and so does the 94/95 gsxr 750. Sorry, the '93 has 4 pins.
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pic of K2 1000 coil in my 750w motor
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Re: My stick coil conversion

Finally had some garage time and warmer weather. Sorry, you can't hear what I'm saying.
I had to re-route some wires, hoses, and run some non-ethanol gas through the carbs and run them dry, remove the battery and put the bodywork back on.
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