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    Default new gadget from MORRIS Magnetos,

    I just saw a new bit of kit from Dave at Morris Magnetos,
    it's a small, key ring size gadget, that tests your plug leads to see if they are sparking or dead by simply holding it next to the lead. only about $30 so have ordered one,
    they might be a common thing in the States but I've not see one in the UK before,
    anyone here used them & are they any good,...... or have I just wasted my beer tokens ?
    the add says it works on all Magneto's & regular ignitions.
    https://morrismagneto.com/sparky.aspx
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    I've got a similar tool from Champion Spark Plug that is shaped like a ball point pen and is at least 50 years old. It has a little neon(?) tube in it that flashes with the spark. Very handy.

    Jim

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    thats good to hear Jim,... like ya say a handy thing to have,
    (& me being a tool Whore, I couldn't resist buying something new !! hahahaha)

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    Got one myself about 2 years ago. It was great by the side of the road tool when I was running a mag

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    here in England, no one I know has ever heard of them,.... & one fella I asked is a motorcycle electrician tec for the last 40 years.... I might buy a shit load & get rich !!! hahahahaha
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    I have one ...
    Works really well for a flash test ....

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    Here's what I have

    JB: Look familiar?

    Crazy how tech has made things smaller over the last 50 years
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    These have been around forever if ya want vintage kool:

    https://www.amazon.com/Motorcycle-Li.../dp/B0097ONV4C

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    Its an electrical “proximity “ tester.
    I have one that’s built into the top of my small volt/ohm meter I carry in my bike tool bag.
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