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AlanB
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HT Leads

#1 PostAuthor: AlanB » Mon Apr 06, 2020 7:30 pm

Been thinking about getting some fresh HT leads for my z1000 A2 but wondered if I can fit them to the existing stock coils ? (originals I think) - Otherwise guess I will need to get both coils/leads and aware of Dyna but see Z Power do a set of reproduction original coils/leads and wondered if these are any good or worth considering ? Wasn’t thinking of changing points to elec ignition - Cheers :blah

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Re: HT Leads

#2 PostAuthor: kev edwards » Tue Apr 07, 2020 6:51 am

I have the Z power ones on mine and they are great I also have dyna ignition, I have used dyna coils and found no discernible gains for the extra large amount of cash, only that they have a habit of cracking and if you don't insulate the bolts they short out.

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Re: HT Leads

#3 PostAuthor: 000zeds » Tue Apr 07, 2020 8:03 am

The HT leads cannot be changed :!:

I also have used the Z-Power replacement coils/leads and no problems with them :)
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Re: HT Leads

#4 PostAuthor: Bill P » Tue Apr 07, 2020 9:10 am

I also use the Zpower ones on my bikes been spot on, i've also used Dyna coils and won't bother again i just
put the Ignition on. If you want to try the Dyna ive a set that have done about 100 ml i could exchange for
beer tokens :)

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Re: HT Leads

#5 PostAuthor: AlanB » Tue Apr 07, 2020 2:34 pm

Thanks for your help guys - Appreciated :D

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Re: HT Leads

#6 PostAuthor: Kev1R » Wed Apr 08, 2020 9:07 am

Just to put in a word for Dyna Coils.
I have used Dyna Coils with Standard points ignition for a number of years with no issues.
My report would be - easy to fit and reliable.

As has been pointed out - there are cheaper ones available which may be just as good.
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