I'm thinking about changing some ignition parts on my bike ('97 900SS Carb).
The plan has always been to go for an Ignitech
module (€146)combined with Nology PFC06S-coils
(bottom of page, 2x€83) and NGK racing leads (2x€25). It will cost me around €400 incl shipping for these parts (I live in Europe). Another option is some Ignitech-kit (with matched coils, HAL-effect pick-up kit,...) from FastBikeGear but as they are located in New Zealand the price (incl. shipping and Belgian taxes and import duty) will be a little too high I'm afraid.
Also; recently I found yet another option: Silent Hektik
. Don't now much about these modules but I've read some good reviews on them. A Silent Hektik kit would cost around €450 but on top of the Ignitech it will also include a flywheel (alu or steel), pickups, coils, and spark plug leads.
Does anyone has any experiences with these kits (Ignitech or Silent Hektik or anything else maybe)? Good advice? Alternatives? Do's and don'ts? The need for a nice ignition-discussion? Go!!!
Remember: I am looking for a good, smooth running engine. I am not interested in gaining HP (yes, there are people like that) or better performance at high rpm's. I use my bike for nice rides through the (speed-cam infested) countryside and to go to work. No track use. No top-speed rides.