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Re: Coxylaaaaaaad - TRX900
« Reply #615 on: 20:58 - 27 November, 2017 »
“Fooking” bulbous
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Re: Coxylaaaaaaad - TRX900
« Reply #614 on: 15:37 - 27 November, 2017 »
I think detailing 'Bulbous' things is a bad idea.

Unless it's Waspy obviously.
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Re: Coxylaaaaaaad - TRX900
« Reply #613 on: 09:36 - 18 November, 2017 »
Nah, that’s what Nog’s Bulb blog is all about...

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Re: Coxylaaaaaaad - TRX900
« Reply #612 on: 08:26 - 18 November, 2017 »
Watt?
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Re: Coxylaaaaaaad - TRX900
« Reply #611 on: 22:27 - 17 November, 2017 »
That's a bright idea  ;D
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Re: Coxylaaaaaaad - TRX900
« Reply #610 on: 21:15 - 17 November, 2017 »
I am going to put no more updates onto this thread, I've started a new one for the new project.

Does that mean we can use this thread as a general discussion about bulbs?
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Re: Coxylaaaaaaad - TRX900
« Reply #609 on: 12:50 - 16 November, 2017 »
Under normal running conditions (not starting) I can't see that half a volt or so will make much difference to a HT spark, just my unmeasured unqualified opinion.

A stronger spark is always an advantage, especially at big throttle openings. commuting - yeah you are probably right your not going notice a great deal.


Yeah agree on both counts, but for me the difference isn't worth the effort just commuting. I wonder if there's a way to measure spark efficiency while it's in the system under running conditions - I know you can test out of the system but quantifiable in the system? Not a staintune thing or whatever they are called.
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Re: Coxylaaaaaaad - TRX900
« Reply #608 on: 22:46 - 22 October, 2017 »
I am going to put no more updates onto this thread, I've started a new one for the new project.
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Re: Coxylaaaaaaad - TRX900
« Reply #607 on: 15:55 - 15 October, 2017 »
Tis a good modification well explained.  ;D

We all go to great lengths making our plugs clean and well gapped + good HT connections. I'm guessing any HT voltage loss will be compounded. As a youth I fitted an immobiliser switch through the +ve coil connection on my '69 mini resulting in rubbish starting and running. No problems when I move the switch to the neg side.
sure about that?

Not in every detail. One of us has lost a lot of brain cells in the last 32 years.  :-X
Not positive

I'm  positive it was negative, or visa versa.
That was a very neutral response


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Re: Coxylaaaaaaad - TRX900
« Reply #606 on: 00:39 - 15 October, 2017 »
Tis a good modification well explained.  ;D

We all go to great lengths making our plugs clean and well gapped + good HT connections. I'm guessing any HT voltage loss will be compounded. As a youth I fitted an immobiliser switch through the +ve coil connection on my '69 mini resulting in rubbish starting and running. No problems when I move the switch to the neg side.
sure about that?

Not in every detail. One of us has lost a lot of brain cells in the last 32 years.  :-X
Not positive then?

I'm positive it was negative, or visa versa.

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Re: Coxylaaaaaaad - TRX900
« Reply #605 on: 12:08 - 14 October, 2017 »
Tis a good modification well explained.  ;D

We all go to great lengths making our plugs clean and well gapped + good HT connections. I'm guessing any HT voltage loss will be compounded. As a youth I fitted an immobiliser switch through the +ve coil connection on my '69 mini resulting in rubbish starting and running. No problems when I move the switch to the neg side.
sure about that?

Not in every detail. One of us has lost a lot of brain cells in the last 32 years.  :-X
Not positive then?


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Re: Coxylaaaaaaad - TRX900
« Reply #604 on: 00:14 - 14 October, 2017 »
Tis a good modification well explained.  ;D

We all go to great lengths making our plugs clean and well gapped + good HT connections. I'm guessing any HT voltage loss will be compounded. As a youth I fitted an immobiliser switch through the +ve coil connection on my '69 mini resulting in rubbish starting and running. No problems when I move the switch to the neg side.
sure about that?

Not in every detail. One of us has lost a lot of brain cells in the last 32 years.  :-X

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Re: Coxylaaaaaaad - TRX900
« Reply #603 on: 10:15 - 13 October, 2017 »

Interesting mod, I'll be checking the coil voltage on my mk1.  Any improvement is a bonus.  :)


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Re: Coxylaaaaaaad - TRX900
« Reply #602 on: 05:42 - 13 October, 2017 »
Tis a good modification well explained.  ;D

We all go to great lengths making our plugs clean and well gapped + good HT connections. I'm guessing any HT voltage loss will be compounded. As a youth I fitted an immobiliser switch through the +ve coil connection on my '69 mini resulting in rubbish starting and running. No problems when I move the switch to the neg side.
sure about that?


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Re: Coxylaaaaaaad - TRX900
« Reply #601 on: 00:23 - 13 October, 2017 »
Tis a good modification well explained.  ;D

We all go to great lengths making our plugs clean and well gapped + good HT connections. I'm guessing any HT voltage loss will be compounded. As a youth I fitted an immobiliser switch through the +ve coil connection on my '69 mini resulting in rubbish starting and running. No problems when I move the switch to the neg side.