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    Coil-On-Plug conversion.

    Anyone done this? (Is it possible?)

    #2
    I bought some CBR coils to test-fit but they were WAY too tall. I didn't go any farther than that.

    https://www.hawkgtforum.com/forum/ho...942#post853942

    Would probably work with some modification, or finding a different donor.
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      #3
      why ????????????

      more trouble and expense than it's worth, no performance gains.
      Last edited by squirrelman; 05-27-2022, 06:34 PM.
      "It's only getting worse."


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        #4
        Definitely possible. Tried it with my Goldwing but fried all the coils before I got it fugured out. The gains are a lot bigger with multi cylinder autos than a V-twin moto though. (Radio interference and 6-8 wires getting nicked and chaffed etc.) When I re-do mine, I'll probably use a Neon coil just like on the GW.
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          #5
          Interesting thought. May help with some cleaning, but with a air of plugs per cylinder, finding smaller could would be a must.
          Don't spend money and buy, spend time and learn.

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