Re: Condenser woes

Probably Fred /
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> viv v Wrote:

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> So, in my 10+ years, I've never had to replace a condenser. I will

> admit, i'm fairly ignorant to their function, which will probably get me

> some sass in these responses, but i'm ready for it.

>

> Basically, in the year or so I've been riding my current build, I've had

> to replace the condenser twice, and I'm curious, what is it that will

> make a condenser go bad, and what can I do to prolong the life of my new

> one?

>

> I'm running one of those super simple "hardwired" treats stator plates

> for the e50. I'm not sure if my set up matters, but if it's needed:

> treats 70cc kit, 15mm bing clone carb + air filter, puch "black pipe."

>

> thanks homies.

My fleet of puchs are running the stock ignition/stator plates and have 38-40 years and like 14-24k mi on them.

I wouldn’t hit a dog in the ass with those aftermarket point stator plate set ups or cheep cdi setups.

The Bosch condenser that comes with stock puch ignition is very good, I’ve only had a few go bad after decades of use and then I wasn’t even sure if it was the condenser that was bad, I just change Stator plate to a different one to get spark sometimes.

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Subject Written By Posted
  Condenser woesTopic by: viv v viv v 04/02/18 06:03PM
  Re: Condenser woesRe: P D P D 04/02/18 07:06PM
  Re: Condenser woesRe: Probably Fred Probably Fred 04/02/18 08:50PM
  Re: Condenser woesRe: Don Ohio Don Ohio 04/02/18 08:53PM
  Re: Condenser woesRe: P D P D 04/02/18 09:13PM

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