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Dyna Coils

Amboman

Cruisin' Guzzisti
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Rohrersville, MD
Here's how I mounted them on a customer's Le Mans. Edit: Well, I've tried three times to upload a photo and failed. And no hyperlinks allowed, so I don't know if this will work. flic.kr/p/2mwjFF1
 

Fiat500

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Jun 15, 2013
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Richmond, New Zealand
Here is how my brother fitted his. 2mm alloy plate with sides bent out at 90 deg. Then cut away for body of coil to slot in and drill holes for coils mounts and to bolt to bike frame.
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Skeeta1961

Just got it firing!
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Parkerville, WA. Australia
This is the mock up so far, bit different from you guys due to location of regulator
Cheers
Skeeta
 

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Amboman

Cruisin' Guzzisti
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This is the mock up so far, bit different from you guys due to location of regulator
Cheers
Skeeta

A solid-state voltage regulator is a good idea. Not only is it smaller, but it works better than the old electro-mechanical one as well. Then you can relocate it easier, giving you more room for coils.
 
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