How to Wire New Puch E50 Points Stator Plate from Treats?

Hi all,

I've definitely seen this on a post with a couple of underwhelming replies (dismantle unnecessary stuff, don't get it) I know the description says yellow to lights, black to kill switch, and big one to spark plug. That's a lot of jumps from the old configuration so I just want to make sure I have this right before I hop to it today...

Yellow to: green wires (stop light), grey wire (tail light), and blue/black (horn)

Black to: black (kill switch)

Ignition coil to: spark plug

The last two are obvious but I would think the yellow powers the horn too? Also, I wouldn't need to worry about the green/black to brown on the ignition coil b/c it is grounded to the stator plate?

Re: How to Wire New Puch E50 Points Stator Plate from Treats?

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It’s best to use a stock ignition Stator if you want anything to work correctly

That ignition you would have to hardwire your lights and everything and it’s really not that good of an ignition to use to begin with

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