Ace - Maybe try 2 sizes bigger on the main and 1 size bigger on the needle?Scottie
I'm beginning to wonder if this bike had the wrong plugs in it when I got it.....Does anyone know what plug a '58 700 twin is SUPPOSED to have? Scottie
So are you guys saying that even though with the B6HS I could barely see a spark forming is irrelevant to how the bike is going to run?Scottie
I had great spark until I installed those stupid resister caps that apparently I have to have to operate the electrical system without damage. What the hell is the point in those damn things anyways? Maybe if I understood their role it wouldn't be so frustrating. I just know I went from a fat blue crackling spark to being almost non-existent.Scottie
Make sure you order all the screws nuts etc. when you order the adaptor bracket. ERC
Scottie, Please don't go for the 105 needle jet, I really doubt you need it and it may cause very weak, hot running, pinking [pinging] and even holed pistons and / or sieziure. If you must, try it and hopefully you will notice right away that it is too small and switch back to a larger one. As a yardstick, I am also heavily into Triumph Tiger Cubs and only some of the softer tuned later ones ran a 105 needle jet in their very small 375 Monoblocs, most Sports Cubs had 106 in a 376 size. I still would not rule out a 107 improving things for you. B.W.
B.W.Scottie is at nearly a mile high in elevation above sea level in Denver, Colorado..
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