Hi All attempted to fire up the bike today (lots of pics to post later) but had no joy with the ignition. Everything appears to be fine with ignition lights working fine and the pv servo doing its thing when the key is turned on. Kicking away I can hear the servo making a few adjustments however I am not getting any sparks. All connections are good and continuity across all the circuits is fine. Brand new banshee coils fitted with new plugs and NGK resistor plug caps. Got B8s in just now just for the start up. Reviewing the ignitech wiring for the 31k I would ask if I have connected it up ok, particularly the pick up coil. I have connected the ignitech yellow and blue wires to the two pick up coil wires but the diagram says the iggy blue wire (pin 23) should connect to the white/red on the bike with reference to sense ground/earth! Is this the same wire as the white/red from the pick up? I am using an F2 stator and VCD88 rotor into a 31k loom. The three coloured wires for the high speed running coils have been connected together and earthed so only using the white charging wires and the pick up coil plus neutral.
I have the dccdip1race The pickup yellow on ign and white red on 31k connected. The pick up ground blue on ign and white green on 31k connected. You need both pick up wires to be connected Hope this helps. And i had to configure the software for the kill switch
Thanks Marrcel for this. Can you confirm that you have connected the yellow pickup wire to the white/red and the blue pickup wire to the white/green? The reason I ask is that is the opposite way from the supplied instruction which says yellow to white/green and blue to white/red. See image on my first post. The last thing I want to do is damage the unit by wrongly connecting wires John
Ahhh You have lost me now! I got the ignitech from Dave Muttsnuts which arrived without any software. Just plug n play I thought if just a case of following instruction to wire up. Usually easy doh!! Not sure what you also mean by 2 lobes one pickup. I will plod away and hopefully get a result John
Did you get this sorted - I have a similar set up and could check my wiring for you
I am still none the wiser with this one. I have gone through the wiring and all of the connections meticulously and all seems to be as it should. I have now sent the ignitech unit away for testing as I think that is where he issue lies. Hopefully I will have an answer at some point next week and I will update the thread. John