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    WTB Kawasaki MSD flywheel and pickup plate

    Hi Iím looking to buy a good condition MSD flywheel and pickup plate and two coils
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    Re: WTB Kawasaki MSD flywheel and pickup plate

    Go with a charging flywheel and msd enhancer instead. Way more reliable, appx 80-85% the benefits. Total loss is a headache and now that the brains are NLA... you're left using dinosaur 4260's or whatever and it's just all junk at this point.
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    Re: WTB Kawasaki MSD flywheel and pickup plate

    Quote Originally Posted by ollendorffm View Post
    Hi I’m looking to buy a good condition MSD flywheel and pickup plate and two coils
    Thanks


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    I have a new plate, $50 + ship. Pretty sure I have the trigger pick ups if you need.

    No flywheels, sorry.

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    Re: WTB Kawasaki MSD flywheel and pickup plate

    Quote Originally Posted by StuRat View Post
    Go with a charging flywheel and msd enhancer instead. Way more reliable, appx 80-85% the benefits. Total loss is a headache and now that the brains are NLA... you're left using dinosaur 4260's or whatever and it's just all junk at this point.
    Iím planning to use zeeltronics but with hall sensors instead of MSD pickups and possibly two coils. Trying to get the lightest flywheel possible for a kawi


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    Re: WTB Kawasaki MSD flywheel and pickup plate

    How are you going to handle the static margin setting?

    You need some way to trigger the ignition, and still have time to
    calculate the curve.

    I don't see an advantage over the pickup coil. Especially if you can't
    change the (arm?) programming.


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    Re: WTB Kawasaki MSD flywheel and pickup plate

    Already been done ! Zeek makes the box already. Got the 5v reference. Works with hall sensors or mag pickups. Others out there as well. They will all be 2 channel so no 3rd channel to use as a spare. Agreed about hall sensor not being superior.

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    Re: WTB Kawasaki MSD flywheel and pickup plate

    Quote Originally Posted by senor View Post
    Already been done ! Zeek makes the box already.
    Got the 5v reference. Works with hall sensors or mag pickups. Others out there as well. They will all be 2 channel so no 3rd channel to use as a spare.

    Agreed about hall sensor not being superior.
    The size is the only clear advantage I can see. We recently stuffed
    2 Kawasaki pick-ups and a custom reluctor inside a BP750 stroker.

    Hall sensors, or hall sensors with a neo magnet glued to it would have
    made that an easier project.


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