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Hi all.

I've been looking around for a pair of Dyna Coils for the 1000ds engine, but no luck so far.

Has any of you found other coils, better than the standard ones, for the 1000ds engine?

Thanks

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i wonder why you haven't found any suitable dyna
coils, they produce a wide variety of coils for nearly
any application one can think of. Many different
ohm rated dual output coils in example, what else
are you looking for ?

http://www.dynaonline.com/skins/products/sportbikes/coils/

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I have checked the Ohm rating on the OEM DS coils and they rate at 0.7
so the Dyna coils you would need are

DC9-1
2 outputs per coil
0.7 ohms primary resistance
11,500 ohms secondary resistance
color -Blue
2 coils per "set"
$154.99 set
 

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i wonder why you haven't found any suitable dyna
coils, they produce a wide variety of coils for nearly
any application one can think of. Many different
ohm rated dual output coils in example, what else
are you looking for ?

http://www.dynaonline.com/skins/products/sportbikes/coils/

:think:
It's because I wasn't too sure about the characteristics of the standard coil (resistance, etc etc) and I couldn't find any coil listed for the 1000ds engine (like you can find for the 900 aircooled engine ;))

I have checked the Ohm rating on the OEM DS coils and they rate at 0.7
so the Dyna coils you would need are

DC9-1
2 outputs per coil
0.7 ohms primary resistance
11,500 ohms secondary resistance
color -Blue
2 coils per "set"
$154.99 set
Thanks Speedmade. That's very usefull information.


Whats wrong with the stock coils?
Nothing so far but if they improve things on the 1000ds engine as they do on the 900, then it's worth checking... :think::think:
 

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I just checked the primary coil resistance on my bike, and it's 1 Ohm. Wonder if this makes a difference compared to the 0.7 above... :think: (I'm not too familiar with the ignition system's details).

I also measured the secondary coil resistance but I got no reading on the multimeter. Connecting the multimeter to any of the coil's outputs and again any of the primary coil's terminals, made no difference. There was no Ohm reading on the multimeter (yes, I did use the right scale :p).


Last bit of information: the coils are made by Champion.
 
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