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  1. #1
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    28th July 2019 - 21:58
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    Joining in the fun

    Greetings, new to the forum happy to be in the company of motorcyclists. (a time developed point of view on what defines a motorcyclist...)

    I am 61 and have held my bike licence since my 15th birthday. CB125 first bike. Traded for RD350 from Bob Haldane ..... that changed me for life.. At 19 i met my wife to be and her dad had a TZ 350 and a TT Bronze. In my language that is way better than "does your dad own a brewery"

    I have a few RD350 restoration piles collected over the years.

    Looking for assistance / encouragement to get more hp from a RZ350 track bike.

    I have a second motor being rebuilt and would like to reduce the weight of the ignition stator before pushing for HP.
    Any suggestions on ignition stator /rotor systems that have been succesful with the YPVS ?

    #1 motor has a standard rotor / stator with Zeeltronic ignition running the PV. I assume i may need to go to a total lost system to power the PV servo motor..

    Any leads to working solutions greatfully received.

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    5th January 2007 - 14:58
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    My suggestion would be to pick your way through this thread & ask in there.
    There are some amazing brains in there (and a few fuckwits) that don't venture out in to the regular forum.
    https://www.kiwibiker.co.nz/forums/s...tuner/page2157

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    13th June 2010 - 17:47
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    Welcome to the fun. To keep the PV, the best/cheapest solution is an Ignitec.
    But it will need experienced help to set it up.

    Yes, ask on the ESE thread.
    I will no longer see PM's on this a/c. If you wish to PM me, use grumphv2 a/c please - and include an email address if you require a reply.
    Thanks

  4. #4
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    28th July 2019 - 21:58
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    Cheers

    Thanks for the welcome.. fortunately i know some of the propeller heads in the 2 stroke thread and have a few pointers on basic timing targets.


    I will just have another bite of mushroom and jump down the ESE rabbit hole......

    Cheers

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