I'm pretty sure that the Pulser Coil is hooked up directly to the Flux Capacitor and helps converts the fuel into the required 1.21 Gigawatts. Without it, you won't be able to break the time/space continuum when you hit 88mph. Be careful not to ground yourself out on it, 1.21 gigawatts will send you to the skies! Scottie
And the next thing you know you end up in the year 1955/56 in Redditch England...
I believe the pulser coil is in with the generator. It's the green and white wires coming out of the motor. Could that box be the starter auto cutoff?
http://racetechelectric.com/ft-752-pulser-coil-ignition-systems.htmlWell here's a good explanation but why it's in the sidebox..Maybe the wires go to a pickup point and they figure to put the actual coil in a protected area...I don't have one as mine (06) is the older points/condenser..The article goes into good detail re. when they started to use this technique to generate 12 v...If it's providing voltage to ECU, I wouldn't remove it while its running...GM...
Yes Tooseevee, an eight wire capacitor! Take a gander at a wiring diagram for a Land Rover/ Jag AJ V8. Roverman.
The Pulser Coil, (often called Pickup Coil, Timing Coil or Crankshaft Position Indicater ) is responsible for providing the timing signal to the ignition control box on modern motorcycles with solid-state ignition system. The Pulser Coil, as a unit, is not usually serviceable. It is a sealed component, and should be replaced if determined to be a problem. Pulser Coil problems sometimes manifest themselves in hot running situations, but usually failures result in no spark at all. When the pulser coil fails it will usually produce no output pulse, or a very weak one.I've had several go bad in Triumphs. They quit working when they get overheated at continuous high speeds on a hot day. After the bike quits, which will definitely be at some spot where you didn't need that, like an HOV lane during rush hour, after it cools down a few minutes it will work again until it gets hot again. Slowing down helps it last a bit longer.Bare
ISTRC when the problem of backfiring & resultant sprag clutch damage reared its ugly head another solution was tried before the green TCI box appeared as a replacement for the original black one, a little box intended to delay the ignition from firing for a couple of revolutions to allow the e-start to get the engine up to cranking speed first. Could be one of those?