Cylinder and plug layout

Discussion in 'Motorbike Technical Discussion' started by Ian Singer, Aug 16, 2006.

  1. Ian Singer

    Ian Singer Guest

    Reading the Suzuki GS forum:
    One article said for GS750E that when sitting on the seat the left side
    coil fires cyliders 1&4 and the right side fires 2&3.

    The used OEM coils I purchased are banded as 2 1 on one lead and 1 3 on
    the other lead. Both coils are marked the same

    So.... does that mean one coil goes to 1 and 2 and the other goes to 2
    and 3 and that's numbering from the left sitting on bike like

    Front
    1 2 3 4
    Rear

    (On an 1983 GS650GLD)

    Ian Singer
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  2. Ian Singer

    OH- Guest

    I'm normally not flaming people or making fun of them, but this
    one was too good.

    And how do you suppose cylinder 4 gets fired up? By a Japanese
    elf with a magic wand?
     
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  3. Ian Singer

    Ian Singer Guest

    Actually #4 is diesel and self fires.

    Thanks for pointing out the typo though. It was supposed to be does one
    coil fire 1 and 2 and the other 3 and 4. Someone else said no its 1 and
    3, 2 and 4. Care to verify?

    Ian Singer

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  4. Ian Singer

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    Mark Olson wrote:
    tually #4 is diesel and self fires.
    You are right, again they said 1&4 2&3
    Yes sometimes, so are a very large percentage of people who spend a lot
    of time on the computer. The brain goes faster than the fingers.

    Ian Singer



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