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    Re: Pamco ignitions

    Well, I'm here to report on progress, or actually the lack of progress. I have not been able to find a suitable CB450 for development purposes. I only need a runner, nothing fancy, but no luck so far.

    I have actually completed the design for the second PC board and ordered up 300 of them, along with a prototype of the rotor from my previous effort, so it's not that I am not in this for real, but I need a bike to complete the design and do the necessary tests. Any help would be appreciated, including a loaner that is available nearby to Rock Hill, SC.
    Ride. Enjoy. Life is simple.

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    Re: Pamco ignitions

    Somebody get this man a bike!
    2007 Ducati Sport 1000, 1993 Moto Guzzi 1000s, 1974 Kawasaki F11, 1972 cb450, 1966 Norton Atlas, 1988 NT650 (sold), 1972 R75/5 (sold), 1966 cb450 (sold), 1965 cb160 (sold)

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    Re: Pamco ignitions

    We could use my bike for testing but it's about 1300 miles away. I'm competent with a wrench and electrics, we could do it by mail and a phone.
    Mike Nellis, CMRA Expert GSXR1K 1976 Honda GL1000 1968 Honda CL350 1975 Suzuki T500 1970 Honda CB450 K3
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    Re: Pamco ignitions

    MNellis,

    I might take you up on your offer if I don't get lucky soon. Thanks.
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    Re: Pamco ignitions

    Where does he need the bike?
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    Re: Pamco ignitions

    South Carolina
    Mike Nellis, CMRA Expert GSXR1K 1976 Honda GL1000 1968 Honda CL350 1975 Suzuki T500 1970 Honda CB450 K3
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    Re: Pamco ignitions

    Kind of far from Southern Ohio.
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    Re: Pamco ignitions

    Got a bike!

    1973 CB450. Perfect. That's the model that I started the development on a couple of years ago, so the final development should move pretty quickly. As I mentioned above, I already have the electronics,the PC board and the rotor done. Just have to do the final design on the plate and it will be ready to go.

    I will be looking for a few Beta testers when I get to the first production stage. It will first come first serve with the following criteria:

    1. Own a CB450 or CB350 Twin.
    2. Ride on a regular basis, at least once a week.
    3. Your bike must be running good as I do not want engine problems to affect the test results.
    4. Report back with some observations after every ride. You can just say "No problems, 20 mile ride" if that is the case.
    5. Detailed report on any installation difficulties.
    6. Willing to change out any parts that are revised and continue reporting results.

    The Beta testing will go on for no more than a month. You get to keep the ignition system, if you want to. The system will sell for $109.95 plus coils. The beta test units will not include new coils, but you can use your stock coils.

    Pete
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    Re: Pamco ignitions

    Quote Originally Posted by pamcopete
    Got a bike!

    1973 CB450. Perfect. That's the model that I started the development on a couple of years ago, so the final development should move pretty quickly. As I mentioned above, I already have the electronics,the PC board and the rotor done. Just have to do the final design on the plate and it will be ready to go.

    I will be looking for a few Beta testers when I get to the first production stage. It will first come first serve with the following criteria:

    1. Own a CB450 or CB350 Twin.
    2. Ride on a regular basis, at least once a week.
    3. Your bike must be running good as I do not want engine problems to affect the test results.
    4. Report back with some observations after every ride. You can just say "No problems, 20 mile ride" if that is the case.
    5. Detailed report on any installation difficulties.
    6. Willing to change out any parts that are revised and continue reporting results.

    The Beta testing will go on for no more than a month. You get to keep the ignition system, if you want to. The system will sell for $109.95 plus coils. The beta test units will not include new coils, but you can use your stock coils.

    Pete
    I will happily test for you.
    I ride 150~200mi per week and my engine is in great shape.
    I'm riding a CB350, I would be testing w/ XS650 coils (the coils purchased from Mikes' XS).
    PM me if you like.
    -bryan

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    Re: Pamco ignitions

    That's great news. I can't be a tester since my bike is DOA right not, but if they work out I'll be first in line to pick one up.
    Perry

    1972 Honda CB350
    / 1978 Honda XL250S / 1982 Honda MB5 / 2014 Honda CB500X

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