« Last post by centauro on September 20, 2023, 03:13:58 PM »
I'll write this again...
Wire in a relay to handle the power to the coils and Dyna. The kill switch is handling that load now and that is less than optimal IMO. Use the kill switch to activate the relay, let the relay take the load. I have Greg Bender's "relay solution" on my Convert, but it's simple enough to wire in a stand alone ignition circuit relay.
My 20-year stint with my 1984 1000SP included the following:
1. 1 burned out Dyna III module
2. two cracked and electrically failed Dyna coils (1 3-ohm and 1 5-Ohm)
3. 1 ignition switch
4. 1 NGK plug cap
5. 1-melted kill switch and 3-feet of the white wire feeding the coils and Dyna module
I had the same starting troubles as bigbikerrick for 20 years, scratching my head and frustrating me to death, before I realized that the Dyna system needs to be powered by a fuse-protected relay independent from the starting circuit. Also, a good ground lug for the Dyna is one of the M6 transmission cover allen bolt at the rear of the gearbox.
I totally agree with Charlie, and strongly recommend his advice.