litnin,litnin said:The spark spacing is determined by the placing of the magnets and
the pulse generators AND by the ignition control module (which also handles ignition advance and retard).
Not really.... With a single pulse generator, that usually is a goodShadowDave said:litnin,
Thanks for this clarification. I noticed the older 1100s appear to have two pulse generator pickups which I assume is one for each cylinder whereas the 1997 and newer Spirits have only one generator pickup. Does this mean that the spacing between the sparks for each cylinder is handled in the ignition control module?
Well, obviously, you want them as close as possible to the same BTDCOzarkJeep said:Litnin,
I assume the two crank sensors are to fire each cylinder, when doing the timing advance mod, how important is it to get them both advanced the SAME amount?
seems it be detrimental to the engine to have them inconsistant?
no doubt, definitely dig around on ebay before giving up.. I've found all kinds of weird stuff for my 83 that Honda hasn't carried in ages.OzarkJeep said:are any of these compatible?
Well, again, it's not a CDI box.banjotickler said:The local honda dealer says the CDI box is shot so do I have to junk the bike as I can't seem to get a CDI box anywhere, what would be the solution for this ?
Oh! Sorry, I was thinking you were looking for a 600 unit.banjotickler said:Will this one at ebay for the 600 shadow work ok for the 1988 VT1100, there is none in stock and they said cannot get one any longer at service honda, looks like honda is not supporting there older shadow VT's for some reason
thx for the help