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Project FZR fix up

Discussion in 'Your 250cc Projects' started by Yetiburger, Oct 7, 2017.

  1. Yetiburger

    Yetiburger Member Premium Member Contributing Member

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    its brand new second hand. multi reads 3.6 and 14.33
     
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    Put your multimeter to 200 Ohm's and touch the red lead and black lead together, what's the reading there ?
    That should come off the 3.6 Ohm reading

    Have you tried swapping the coil's around, eg if the new coil wasn't working on 1 & 4 swap the wire's that connect the coil's from the main harness / TCI with coil 2 & 3 and see if it's doing the same thing
     
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    ok so the multimeter resistant is 1 ohm. i had both coils hooked up correctly and the thing kinda wanted to fire every now and then. no different if coil 1/4 is unplugged. then i swapped plugs from the TCI and it had a couple of little back fires. What does this mean? the coil is good but the TCI is bad?
     
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    ok so checked again and i think it is the coil.
     
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    ok so its been a busy couple of weeks. managed to get all my fairings done and fixed up. 20180706_094307.jpg 20180706_113842.jpg 20180706_100816.jpg 20180711_135919.jpg
     
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    but I still need another coil to get it all running. Does anybody have a good one they're willing to sell? I've also had the bolts strip out in one of the front callipers. 20180711_181605.jpg
     
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    also my rear shock arrived. does anybody have a link to how to put it in? dog bone size etc.

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    Look's like you'll need to Helicoil the caliper to fix the thread's

    @kiffsta or @Joker may have a good spare coil ?

    With the R6 rear shock conversion there's some pic's and info posted on my 3LN3 thread too,
    look at page 20, starting from post #391 and onward's
    I ended up using the standard dog bone's in mine, it dropped the rear end 10mm, otherwise the longer dogbone's made the shock too hard

    https://www.2fiftycc.com/index.php?threads/my-90-fzr250-3ln3.8776/page-20
     
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    do you think the alli threads may have picked up?
     

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