They replied yesterday. Nothing ~specific~ within their lineup, but if the primary and secondary resistance of stock coils are given to them they can match up one of there coil sets to work with your bike.
That shall be the famous Dyna-coils. I remember when I was riding a Monster (more or less 10 years ago) and looking on the net for upgrades, Dyna coils were the most mentioned upgrade. I never used them so I don't know if they were worth the money but they were 'the talk of the town' back then.
I'm not pushing Dyna on anyone (or any other brand for that matter), it was more of an interest on my part to provide you with an alternative, since you asked for alternatives.
I thank you for that!!
But what I don't understand is this:
I followed a few threads about Ignitech on different forums and I read the unofficial Ignitech manual from FBG and what I learned from that is that apparently coils with a lower primary restistance
work better with Ignitech.
First Liam from FBG tested some coils and he had the best result with the Nology PFC06S (0,6 Ohm). Now he sells custom made Nology coils PFC10S (1 Ohm I assume). Special order if I may believe him (what I do). I can't find these coils anywhere on any Nology site so I assume he has them indeed specially made for his business and he sells them as "Nology ProFire Ignitech matched ignition Coils".
So I wonder why Ignitech advices their coils (or the stock ones) with a primary resistance of 3,3 Ohm when lower primary resistance works better with an Ignitech (according to someone who obviously knows a thing or two about bike-electronics and ignitions).
Anyway; I'll try the stock coils to begin with. I'm a complete newby when it comes to electronics so I think I'll better forget things like primary resistance and stuff 'cause I don't even know what it means...
So there we have it! The Dyna mystery solved.
And a new one revealed!! Why are 1 Ohm coils 'better' then 3 Ohm coils and if they really are, why doesn't Ignitech sell such 1 Ohm bastards?