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Harley davidson big twin ignition wiring

Hi I have a late 90s big twin Evo motor with electronic ignition,There are 2 wires comming out of the side case and I am trying to figure out how wire up the basic ignition to get it to run.Thanks JB

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  • whitehog69 Feb 19, 2009

    my ability is pretty good ,its a 1994 evolution 1340, dyna S high preformance ignition. wires coming from the sensor are blue and white. Thanks for the help in advance.

  • Dr. Mark CycleSurgeon
    Dr. Mark CycleSurgeon May 11, 2010

    Hello jbgalbany,
    I would like to help you wire your ignition system, but I need some more information from you, would you please tell me:

    -what is your level of mechanical ability working on a Harley?
    -what year your engine is?
    -your ignition- is it Stock HD or Aftermarket?
    -what colors are the wires that are comming from the cam cover?
    Thankyou. I hope to hear from you soon.
    -Marko







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On Dyna S DS6-1 Dual Fire Ignition Systems

The WHITE WIRE connects to the POSITIVE (+) side of the coil
The BLUE WIRE connects to the NEGATIVE (-) side of the coil

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