Re: Puch stator coils

Probably Fred /
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Hardwiring a 6 wire Puch stator is completely wrong. You need all three lighting coils (21w for headlight/speedo light, 10w for brake light and 5w for tail light) for to it to be a self regulating system.

The coils energize each other too so by running everything off one coil you will have a poor lighting system that will have very dim lights at idle and short coil life. It's just a dumb thing to do.

Whoever put that hardwiring a puch in the wiki knows little about how the electrial system was designed and caused much grief to me trying to repair the damage friends and others did to their bikes by hardwiring them per wiki directions.

This six wire puch electrical system is the best of any mopeds. It don't need a regulator or resistors and doesn't have the ignition wired into the circuit so if you burn out a light you don't lose spark like other brandX mopeds.

If you don't have a wiring harness post on Buy+sell for a used wiring harness and wire your bike to correct way.

I got puch bikes that have original harness and 35 year old bulbs in them that all work fine. Best moped wiring system ever.

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