Question about 2006 Triumph Tr 7
It sounds like you have to fit a ballast resistor in the power supply to the coil or get a 12 volt coil. Later spits (-ve earth) used a 9 volt coil with a resistor to drop the battery volts down when running, when starting the full volts are used but the starter will drop this to 9 or 10 anyway, this helped cold starts.)
Posted on Aug 10, 2010
Testimonial: "hi, thanks for the advice , fitted a 12v neg coil from a mini , also cleaned petrol pump out that helped a lot , car seems to be running spot on "
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