Author Topic: CB750K Electronic Ignition - Pamco Vs Dyna  (Read 612 times)

Offline _IGotIt_

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CB750K Electronic Ignition - Pamco Vs Dyna
« on: Feb 16, 2018, 14:11:06 »
Hello everyone Iím considering changing my point ignition system with an electronic one on my 1976 CB750K. After reviewing many options out there I came across two great products Dyna and Pamco. The price difference is about $40 dollars just for the ignition system, with Dyna being the more expensive.

Which one of the two would work better with the stock coils?
What are the benefits of installing new coils and new wiring?

Should I also replace the spark plugs?

Thanks to everyone in advance

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Offline cxman

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Re: CB750K Electronic Ignition - Pamco Vs Dyna
« Reply #1 on: Feb 17, 2018, 08:44:15 »
dyna from here to eternity
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Offline jetmechmarty

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Re: CB750K Electronic Ignition - Pamco Vs Dyna
« Reply #2 on: Feb 17, 2018, 09:38:44 »
Without direct experience with either, I'd lean towards Dyna.

Something to consider is the age and condition of your wiring.  Insulation breaks down and copper corrodes.  In order for either system to function properly, you will need to minimize voltage drops at your wiring connections.  Green copper wire connections are not good.  A lot of people tear carburetors apart because their ignition isn't getting enough current.
Marty (in Georgia)