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  1. #11
    Quote Originally Posted by Scrapeit View Post
    Yes........ and with a normally aspirated engine, stock coils are fine.
    As long as they're not fucked, which they often are.

  2. #12
    Hi Andrew, Thanks mate. It was an awesome feeling when I first rode mine out of the mechanics with the club plate on, I couldn't get the grin off my face. The Kat is so much fun to ride, so much character, so old school...You'll love it.

  3. #13
    Hi guys, seems like you've opened up some debate over the ignition system, I'll have to do some research, programmable does sound good though? my mechanic says that the coils are on their way out and need replacing, so full ignition system is on the cards, coils don't need to be anything other than close to stock items in regards to ohms etc, as the engine is stock. Is good to hear that new parts are readily available, looks like i will be going into Mick Hones with a shopping trolley. My next conundrum is do I restore to stock or custom???? I appreciate both, but I do like the look of a nice custom Kat.

  4. #14
    Quote Originally Posted by Palmster View Post
    Hi guys, seems like you've opened up some debate over the ignition system, I'll have to do some research, programmable does sound good though? my mechanic says that the coils are on their way out and need replacing, so full ignition system is on the cards, coils don't need to be anything other than close to stock items in regards to ohms etc, as the engine is stock. Is good to hear that new parts are readily available, looks like i will be going into Mick Hones with a shopping trolley. My next conundrum is do I restore to stock or custom???? I appreciate both, but I do like the look of a nice custom Kat.
    Hi Chris, I agree custom Kats look great but I like my stock Kat too much to change it. It would be nice to have another to build up as a custom.
    Cheers Andrew

  5. #15
    Yep most Kat owners dilemma.

    Nige

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    Quote Originally Posted by nige501 View Post
    Yep most Kat owners dilemma.

    Nige
    I agree with Nige on that however, there is a solution. Own more than one Kat. Three is a good number: one stock, one custom and the third a collectable to sit in the lounge (run it up each week of course) gathering value while you ride the wheels off the others and enjoy the smile.
    Badgezz, we don need nor stinkin' badgezz!

  7. #17
    Screw stock.
    Make it what you want.

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    dynatec 2000 complete set $525 Au

    here is a little something on the Ebay for the dynatec 2000
    read up on it ,this set has the mini coilsFullSizeRender (39).jpg

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    $144 USD for the full fat Sparkcer TCIP4, programmable, rev limiter, quick shifter, switchable outputs, servomotor output... plus coils. ($185 for a DCCDIP4 if you want the Capacitive Discharge version with all the features). Also has excellent support.
    $414 USD for a dyna 2000 with coils that lets you switch between 4 pre-set maps, rev limiter, no quickshifter. Support, from what I can gather, is pretty much "It's broken? You must have hooked it up wrong. To bad, here, buy another one."

    Know which one I'd buy.

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