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Achille



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PostPosted: Mon Nov 06, 2017 3:15 am    Post subject: Electronics ignition harness Reply with quote

Hello,

Finishing to wire the Z19RB on my plane, I have a problem to resolve... the latest before flying again ! Rolling Eyes Razz

Something is missing between sparks and ignition coil... And to chose with my lack of knoweldge about this kind of technologie I'm a bit lost.

I bought 2 electronics ignition from a UK shop (Leburg ignition) for my Vw 1835cc engine, and I just have in the user manuel :

"Use only plug leads with high resistance (carbon) cores. Expect damage to the controllers if you use copper cored leads"

I am unable to have from the seller another information (no very professional for a shop...)

And I don't want to take a bad part and to risk ignition blow. What kind of wire, boots and sparks (resistance or whitout resistance) I have to use with this kind of ignition knowing that I just have to use (and to find !) wire with carbon cores ?

I find an un-official source (forum) that, in the past, the conceptor of this ignition told that we have to use a resistance from 5Kohm (minimum) to 10Kohm. (But we couldn't ask him the question anymore...)

I don't know if it's good choice, but for the moment I was thinking about to use silicone/steel wire (2,3 ft that is around 4Kohm resistance with this kind of wire :

http://www.classicautoelec.com/fr/fil-haute-tension/1975-fil-haute-tension-silicone-résistif-beru.html )

and sparks with a 5 Kohm resistance), to reach around 7,5 Kohms total resistance for each wire. (But it's not carbon core wire Rolling Eyes )

I will appreciate your point of view.

Thank you.


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PostPosted: Mon Nov 06, 2017 4:55 am    Post subject: Electronics ignition harness Reply with quote

Hi,

if you click on their link for leads, you get to another UK company and
they refer to their HT leads being made from Ferroflex and Maglite cables.

searching them you should be able to find the material.

e.g. http://www.gsparkplug.com/ignition/ignition-lead/graphite-resisted-core

Good luck Wink
Werner

On 06.11.2017 12:15, Achille wrote:
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I bought 2 electronics ignition from a UK shop (Leburg ignition) for my Vw 1835cc engine, and I just have in the user manuel :

"Use only plug leads with high resistance (carbon) cores.



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PostPosted: Tue Nov 07, 2017 5:31 pm    Post subject: Re: Electronics ignition harness Reply with quote

Thank you Werner,

I will contact them. I didn't know this website.

I have contacted before fastelane.ltd as told in the aviation seller website but... they don't want to sell their products for aviation use. Shocked


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PostPosted: Tue Nov 07, 2017 10:20 pm    Post subject: Electronics ignition harness Reply with quote

Oh, your not using your Leburg ignition in a "sand dune buggy" or trike
(with wings) [Laughing]

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... they don't want to sell their products for aviation use. [Shocked]


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PostPosted: Wed Nov 08, 2017 2:58 am    Post subject: Re: Electronics ignition harness Reply with quote

Now when I ask, it's for an engine Boat Laughing Laughing Laughing

But it's true that Buggy smell better, I keep it in my mind. Wink

As it was linked on an aircraft part website I explained the true story. Rolling Eyes


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