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Background You have two coils on that motorcycle. One coil is for cylinder 2 and 3 the other is for cylinder 1 and 4. It utilizes what is known as a wasted spark system, the spark is fired off on TDC compression and TDC exhaust strokes. You apparently have an issue with one of your two systems. Each system, as you probably know, is comprised of two ...


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Your experiencing fouled plugs. Fouled plugs have carbon buildup that grounds the electrode of the spark plugs over the ceramic with carbon. The carbon buildup occurs because the AFR (Air Fuel Ration) is too rich. This makes the combustion process, when you fuel is burned, too cool. Since combustion is too cool carbon buildup occurs on your sparkplug and ...


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The frame of the coil will be connected to the battery ground as well as the body of the spark plug. Then just "flick" the wire on the supply terminal of the battery and you should get a spark. Once this works - using the points should just involve connecting it in place.. Edit: If you connected both the coil frame and the spark plug body to ground and it ...


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Fused breaker points implies WELDED breaker points. The electrical activity which causes pitting has exceeded operational limits and has likely bonded one surface to the other. Even if you were able to separate the points mechanically, the surfaces would be poorly suited to operate in the normal manner. Ideally, these parts are not going to break your ...


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Plug Here is a link to an answer concerning spark plugs. If you cannot place your's against the chart, please post a picture and I can help you further. Make sure the spark plug is gapped correctly. Points As @DucatiKiller pointed out in this other question of yours, check the color of the spark coming from your spark plug when not installed in the engine. ...


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Loss of high end performance can be due to several issues. Old gas. Old gas doesn't burn as quickly. My bike is always sluggish running through the gas that's been sitting in the tank over the winter. Not enough gas. Check the filter on your petcock. It might be clogged with rust and only letting through enough gas for lower speeds. Disconnect one of the ...


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