C5 Light Speed Vintage Suzuki Ignition System

$360.00 - $519.00
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Revival Cycles is proud to offer these C5 Performance Light-Speed Vintage Suzuki Complete Ignition System kits. Used on our custom builds and repair projects, we cannot recommend more highly the utter simplicity and ease-of-use these ignition kits offer. These kits fit the following bikes: GS250,

GS300, GS400, GS450, GS500, GS550, GS650, GS750, GS850, GS1000, and GS1100.

This system offers extremely simple and straightforward installation and the ability to change/set timing with ease.

Using unparalleled and extremely reliable twin optic readers to monitor and manage ignition timing, the Light-Speed Ignition traces rotation of the encoder wheel many times per revolution to correctly trigger the coils. The system also is capable of producing multiple-sparking through all RPM ranges to enhance timing efficiency, flame front advancement resulting in improved power delivery. Light-Speed ignition systems also exclusively use section bobbin-wound coils, greatly reducing the likelihood of vibration-related failure.

This kit is a single fire system*, sparking the left and right cylinders independently of one another. It uses the stock distributor with adapter plate. It also includes a coil mount to fasten to the main tube beneath the fuel tank.

The C5 Light-Speed ignition system also comes with the option to add a rotary switch which will allow for you to change between four different timing maps while riding.

The C5 Light-Speed system comes with: an ignition kit, MC-2 high voltage coils as well as sparkplug leads with color instructions.

*For the GS 250-500 you have the option of buying either a dual or single fire kit. The single fire will spark each cylinder only when the piston is on the compression stroke. The dual fire will spark both sparkplugs at the top and the bottom of the piston stroke, this is a less efficient and a cheaper option. We at Revival recommend the single fire option.