Hello fellow Riders . . . Any recommendations on spark plug and ignition coil upgrades to improve startup and performance on an 85 CB700SC. I've read that later model bike pkug/coi/wire combos make a big difference. Thought I'd check with seasoned vintage riders for advice on this first. Allready saved a grip of cash with sound Shinko tire advice. Thanks in advance for your responses.
1973 CL350, 1975 CB750K, 1980 Yamaha DT175E . . . 30 yrs later . . .
Picking up where I left off . . . Now riding a 1985 CB700SC Nighthawk S (Fair-weather rider by geography . . . sunny Southern California)
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You cannot beat the GM HEI coil pack mod. Cheap and easy to do, and gives a really hot spark. There is a write up on here somewhere about doing it.
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