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2006 Kawasaki Vulcan 500 LTD Ignition Coils

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Dynatek 3 OHM Dual-Output Coils 3 ohm, 12 volt, angled dual output Sold in a pair Dyna Coils are the industry standard, delivering 35,000 volts with spark energies second to none Made
Daytona Twin Tec New USB InterfaceInterfaces all Daytona Twin Tec engine controls (ignition and fuel injection systems) to USB port on laptop PC Includes all required adapters for Models 1005-1007, TC
Dynatek Twin Fire II Coil Single fire just got easier New technology allows two coils to be in the same space as the stock coil, but with greater output No exposed laminations to rust

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John (Oak Patk, IL)

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Hadlebar clamp cracked

I had this on my bike for less than a week and the handlebar clamp craked in two. I have 1" dia bars and I had just tightened enough to keep it from moving, four days later the clamp was broken.

Matt (Greencastle, PA)

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Worked and fit perfectly

Installed it on a 06 GSX-R600 and it worked perfectly. Fit was dead on. Tested with a multi-meter after installing it and volts were right on the money. I would buy this over the OEM one any time.

Kiernan (Seattle, WA)

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Didn't fit my bike!

I bought this Iphone/USB charger for my Triumph Tiger 800. After receiving it, turns out it's the typical car sized cigarette lighter charger thats NOT fitted for my smaller motorcycle outlet. Luckily I managed to use it in my car for a camping trip and charge 2 devices while driving. So, the product works great, FOR A CAR. But if you need this for your bike and you have the smaller outlet, it won't fit. Still on the hunt for the one the one that will.

Rob (Stephentown, NY)

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Bandit 1250

Did not expect to be so audible. The supplied switch is cheap, separated in my hand when pressed electrical connector onto it. I'll use it when driving through the country roads but is a little annoying to listen to in stop and go traffic.

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