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    Guys -
    i know we have got spark plugs, but does that mean we got ht leads as well...........?

    i ask because i bought some little units that fit inline on the HT leads that splits the spark up. instead of having a single spark it spreads the spark and is supposed to promote better fuel burning and better response

    Me mate bought some for his CBR 600 RR and when he got home realised he has got no leads but just a little coil with two wires that sits on each of the cylinders.

    CAN I USE THESE INLINE THINGS OR NOT ?

    thanx boys
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  • #2
    Weeelllll, I wouldn't use them. As far as I know you want your spark to be as bright as possible, and the ECU is setup to time the spark exactly.. this thing will delay it and could lose you some power.

    But yeah, the coils are strapped to the inside of the frame.
    Used to ride a '01 TLR

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    • #3
      Okay bro i hear you on the spark issues and have reservations myself - but let me be clear ............... that wire from the plug on top of the cylinder is definately a HT lead YES ? otherwise i gonna end up cutting the bitch to find out its somink else!
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      • #4
        HT = High tension, yes we have HT leads, what you're referring to is coils in the plug cap so they only run LT leads to them.

        Gilko my man, don't bother fitting them and ebay them for a profit. They're not going to help.

        How the hell you can get a better spark by putting an extra spark gap in before the plug gap has got me beat. All they are going to do is stress the HT side of the coils even more than what they are now at 10K rpm and high compression.
        "I spent most of my money on Scotch, women and cigarettes. The rest I just wasted"

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