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Old 02-03-2009, 02:09 PM
Tim H Tim H is offline
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Default 2K-3 test values?

I would have though that this would be well covered in here, maybe even in a technical article, but I can't find anything very definitive. What test values should we see when testing a 2K-3 ignition for resistance and voltage across the exciter coil leads and pulse coil leads. The only numbers I've come up with here are from Patti Larsen in the 'Really Need Help With My Electrical" thread (which is not atributed to any particular source), and I found one other post in KTMTalk that had someone's calims for the 2K-3, supposedly taken from their KTM tech manual. My problem is Patti says I should be seeing around 27 ohms resistance in the exciter coil, and about 18 VAC across the leads when kicked vigorously, but the KTMTalk guy says 12.8 ohms. Mine measures about 12.4 ohms, and puts out about 12.5 VAC.
What's up with this spec? Are Kokusan 2K-3 ignitions NOT all the same? Hasn't anyone tried a KTM ignition swap yet? It's been talked about for years...
Somebody, somewhere, has to be sitting an an official source of this type of info. Please share.
Anyone got a spare stator they'd like to loan out as a test unit?

Tim H
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