Question about Yamaha XJ 650 Motorcycles
Paying $400 for a coil is absolutely ridiculous unles you want to do a concourse restoration. You can buy a complete high output ignition set with CDI unit for $250!
Coil input should be in the region of 2.5ohm and output in the region of 11k ohm with connectors removed. The "resistors" that were removed are in the plug connector and helps with cancelling radio interference and limiting current draw through the secondary windings of the coil. High current draw = high wattage = heat = failed coil. Put them back, they're not that expensive. Something like $3.
Posted on Sep 16, 2010
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