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Author Topic: Simple M-unit question  (Read 99 times)

Offline rickycodie

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Simple M-unit question
« on: Apr 15, 2019, 00:39:00 »
hey so i'm thinking about using an m-unit, but i'm curious how it integrated into the ignition coils? i only see one output for ignition.
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Offline Sonreir

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Re: Simple M-unit question
« Reply #1 on: Apr 15, 2019, 12:01:43 »
Depends on how the bike is normally setup. The IGNITION output from the M-Unit is just for power. So if your bike has points, the points wires are still needed. If your bike is a TCI, it's the same deal. Negative side of the coils still goes to the ignition unit.

For a CDI system, I prefer just to skip the M-Unit for that portion, but you can include an additional NC relay that ground the CDI box when power is off.
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Offline rickycodie

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Re: Simple M-unit question
« Reply #2 on: Apr 16, 2019, 04:02:33 »
it's a 2000 cb750 nighthawk, and a 2001 suzuki vl1500 lc
2000 Nighthawk 750
2001 Suzuki VL1500 LC
2004 GL1800
2018 Versys 650
2010 Yamaha Zuma 125