Use Spark-plug with integrated noise-suppression resistor

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Use Spark-plug with integrated noise-suppression resistor

Post by Umbi » 21 Feb 2016, 14:46

Someone of you have never used Spark-plug with integrated noise-suppression resistor on Moto Morini ?

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Re: Use Spark-plug with integrated noise-suppression resisto

Post by 350-v-twin » 21 Feb 2016, 18:10

No I have not! I prefer the rubber sparkplug caps of Ariete without resistance, like used on the Kanguro/Camel. This type:
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If not available, I use the watertight NGK sparkplug caps, this type (the straight model):

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always in combination with the NGK BP6ES (or 7)

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Re: Use Spark-plug with integrated noise-suppression resisto

Post by Umbi » 22 Feb 2016, 21:00

Sorry ... I mean resitor into SPARK-PLUG not Rubber spark-plug cup

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Re: Use Spark-plug with integrated noise-suppression resisto

Post by Umbi » 22 Feb 2016, 21:01

Sorry ... I mean resistor into SPARK-PLUG not Rubber spark-plug cup

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Re: Use Spark-plug with integrated noise-suppression resisto

Post by hombre » 23 Feb 2016, 02:05

I had an NGK-plug once with an R (=resistance) in the name (don't remember which) and that didn't work at all! After replacing it with one without the R it fired up right away...

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Re: Use Spark-plug with integrated noise-suppression resisto

Post by Tintin » 21 Mar 2016, 09:54

The morini iginition system is not designed for R caps nor plugs, works best without any R in the circuit :wink:
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