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Thursday, March 27, 2014
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Smart-Fire Technical Help
Sunday, September 11, 2011
NO SPARKCheck battery has power.Switch on headlamp, this should stay bright for at least one minute.BATTERY IS OK, BUT STILL NO SPARK - CHECK FOR POWER TO THE IGNITION MODULEUsing a test bulb or voltmeter/multimeter, check for a good power feed into the ignition module.The power feed is the wire coming from the ignition or kill switch.Measure between this ignition feed wire and ground, with... [MORE]


New Altair Ignition Systems
Tuesday, August 9, 2011
Pazon is pleased to announce the launch of a new range of ignition systems, named Altair. The benefits include:A fully digital system at considerably lower cost than the Smart Fire systems. Compact ignition module (same size as the Sure Fire).Will run at very low supply voltages; the electronics will run even as low as 3 volts. In practise the low voltage operation (spark quality)... [MORE]


Pazon Ignitions owes Boyer Bransden a big thank you
Wednesday, July 30, 2008
Thank you Boyer Bransden for acknowledging, by your actions, us at Pazon Ignitions as the trendsetters in the classic bike ignition world.Allow us to explain...Explaining what we mean is easy.Boyer has been around the longest, but as the years tick by you the customer wanted more.Wanting more is good - it's how people and businesses grow.You made it clear that you wanted better ignition... [MORE]


SURE-FIRE FAULT FINDING
Wednesday, January 31, 2007
NO SPARKCheck battery has power.Switch on headlamp, this should stay bright for at least one minute.BATTERY IS OK, BUT STILL NO SPARK - CHECK FOR POWER TO THE IGNITION MODULEUsing a test bulb or voltmeter/multimeter, check for a good power feed into the ignition module.The power feed is the wire coming from the ignition or kill switch.Measure between this ignition feed wire and ground, with... [MORE]


Story #6, by S Setzer
Sunday, November 26, 2006
Today, Sunday we got a tad sick of “playing” indoor games and simply gazing out of the front door watching the rainsqualls and wind blasts, so we went off to “town” to restock the larder.It was then that we decided to visit several friends that up till about 6 months ago were our neighbours.Bruce and Vivian are well into their seventies now, and retired to a comfortable government housing... [MORE]


Story #5, by J Ebert
Sunday, November 26, 2006
In 1989 I rode my 1974 Norton 850 Interstate from Phoenix Arizona to Kimberly BC Canada, a trip of 1800 miles one way.The "Super Tanker" was running like a top not a bit of a problem for 2 days when going through Salt Lake City I noticed the right had exhaust nut was working its way loose. Normally this wouldn't be to much of a problem but in a fit of madness I had installed a pair... [MORE]


Story #4, By Chuck
Sunday, November 26, 2006
How about 1982 when my best friend and i went on a toy run in Sacramento Ca. and happened to get our pictures in Easy Riders magazine???Or the time my front brakes locked up on my Triumph chopper and i slid down the pavement at 40 MPH with a car tire locked up and skidding about 2 feet from my head and then my boots caught traction on the pavement and vaulted me back onto my feet.I never ran... [MORE]


Story #3, by Michael Yampolsky
Sunday, November 26, 2006
Back in the day I was on a road trip with Fat Larry. We were somewheres in the Ozarks when it started to rain buckets so we took refuge in a large cave just off the road. The rain didn’t let up at all for maybe an hour and FL was getting bored so he suggested we smoke some hash to pass the time. Ok, so maybe smoking dope while riding wasn’t the smartest thing to do, but this was the early 70s... [MORE]


Story #2, by Jason Stein
Sunday, November 26, 2006
I'm 16 and my dad just bought a Yamaha 600 DT. I get permission, let my buddy borrow my 250 Honda Enduro and we head for a track out in the woods.In Angel Fire New Mexico, there is only one main road to get to the woods which is a highway and on either side of this highway is a ditch you can ride in.We're going along and I'm having fun, first because I'm on this powerful bike and second because... [MORE]


Helmet Hair & Ignition Failure
Sunday, November 26, 2006
The same phenomenon which creates thunderstorms and lightning are around us every day, creating high voltages and causing sparks. When you've been for a bike ride on a cold winter's day, you take your helmet off and your hair stands on end - you've created a positive charge, so each hair is trying to get as far away from the one next to it... hence very bad helmet hair. You then reach for the... [MORE]


Story #1 by John
Sunday, November 26, 2006
The style at the time was to wear tight jeans and platform shoes. (I was a professional musician at the time... guitar).Anyway, there we were riding down the highway between two semi trucks. I could have reached out my right or left hand and touched either of the trucks. We were doing about 90 miles per hour.Suddenly, without warning, the engine blows up.Now my bonehead friend had decided that... [MORE]


Story #7, by Pierre Gariepy
Sunday, November 26, 2006
1974 were my first year of control motor bike of all my life and with this T120RThe first day that I led it it was in an area moved back of Quebec spring on forest roads strewn with snow, ice, mud. I was with a half dozen my friends also driving English motor bikes having more years of experiment of control motor bike. However without knowknowing too much why I put to make controlled skid... [MORE]


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