yeah sorry, i've done an 'all nighter' and had to work out which wire was what.. you had posted up 'turns' for one wire and 'length' for the other and them not being of same measurement type i was having a mind blank but i worked it out as per my post above.start of the 47 ft of wire is attached to the coil's frame the end of the 47' is where the white wire attached and the start of the 36 gauge wire after all the 36 gauge wire is on the coil the blue wire is attached to it's end.
Ok you mention to types of rotors, how do I identify the stronger one, and were do I get it-ThanksI went through some of my posts and removed them I just tried a coil that for now is working better than any of the ones I done before. So they got the boot.
Tried a little different amount of wire for winding the coil.
47' 0f 26 gauge
3100 turns of 36 gauge
I figured this ain't going to work worth a darn,I got surprised!
Good bright lights above idle, it idles good once warned up still has to be adjusted a little faster to idle but I'm using the weakest magneto rotor on this coil.
I'll now try to repeat it on a different coil.
I kept trying 52' on the 26 gauge wire and this time I found less is better. Same for the 36 gauge wire I stopped way short of 3600 turns like I had been doing.
I read the ohm readings after riding it tonight they are higher when the engines been ran for a while.
white wire hot 2.5 ohms cold was 2.07 ohm
blue wire hot 320 ohms. cold was 300 ohms.
I decided to try less wire as more wire wasn't working I guess I got lucky.