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mmarlatt
05-20-2012, 7:55 AM
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So I just got my bike back together I put a Sparx Regulator / Rectifier Battery Eliminator and a Pazon Electronic Ignition as well as a new set of JRC carburetors. Its all wired up and is getting good spark. But when I started the bike the right side was running way to hot. So I check the normal things spark plugs, carbs, valves, and fiddled with the timing. Still the same thing. So I made sure I was getting oil where it needed to be and that was good. So finally I switched the coil leads around from the right to left , left to right and the left side ran hot. Not sure whats going on here because I set the timing according to the manual without a timing light. Then moved it around from one extreme to the other and still the same story.

Also here is a photo of the wiring diagram I made. Any input would help, thanks.

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Torch
05-20-2012, 9:18 AM
loose the two coils, two coils end up being twice the problems with wire connections and two chances of one coil going bad.
Use one of these coils....http://i457.photobucket.com/albums/qq294/A1dunn/coil.jpg

Torch
05-20-2012, 11:45 AM
and your wiring diagram is a bit messed up,
it shows as a negative ground system from the wire going from the switch to ground , but all the switiched wires are also negative, It doesn't mater if it's a positive or negative ground but the "hot" (switched) wires have to be the opposite polarity of the ground.
You likely have a positive ground system and you are switiching the negative power.

mmarlatt
05-20-2012, 9:45 PM
and your wiring diagram is a bit messed up,
it shows as a negative ground system from the wire going from the switch to ground , but all the switiched wires are also negative, It doesn't mater if it's a positive or negative ground but the "hot" (switched) wires have to be the opposite polarity of the ground.
You likely have a positive ground system and you are switiching the negative power.

So which wires do I need to have as a ground? Also where can I find that dual coil? Thank for the help.

starwolf
05-21-2012, 6:24 AM
It does not matter if you wire it positive ground or negative ground, but the ground has to be the same throughout the entire wiring "harness". As for a dual coil , they are available from a number of different manufacturers and retailers. "lookin around" online should turn some up.

Torch
05-21-2012, 8:20 AM
So which wires do I need to have as a ground? Also where can I find that dual coil? Thank for the help.

According to the way your ignition is wired you have a positive ground, so coming out of your Sparx charge box you should have the red wire going to ground and the black wire going to the the switch.
and we have those coils at the shop.

mmarlatt
05-21-2012, 6:28 PM
I switched them like you said and Ive it no spark now. Not sure what's going on. Do I still run the white wire from the ignition to a ground or somewhere else.

Torch
05-21-2012, 7:11 PM
the white wire has to go to negative power so NOT TO GROUND, it needs to go to the keyed on position just like you had it on the diagram.
The red wires going to the coils and the pazon have to go to ground also along with the red wire from the charge box.

Here is a wiring diagram...http://raskcycle.com/techtip/webdoc16b.html

mmarlatt
05-21-2012, 9:04 PM
Got it awesome thanks, seams like it did the trick.