Step 1: Take the ignition cover off. Are the replacement parts similar? Compare the replacement part to the original. The replacement part should match, including the mounting hold locations, if not: Double check the application listing with your bike.


Step 2: Take note of the wire colors of the original stator wires and disconnect them from the wiring loom.


Step 3: Remove the flywheel using a proper puller tool.


Step 4: Remove the base plate with the original coil. 


Step 5: Remove the screws that secure the coil and take the coil off. 


Step 6: Cut the original BLACK/RED wire close to the original coil. Take a good look how the wire is connected to the coil.

             

Connections: Connect the old BLACK/RED wire up to the new C180 coil. The other side needs to be grounded. Use a soldering iron and a resin core solder. ( the type used in electrical applications)


Step 7: Mount the coil onto the base plate, fit the screws using locking compound on the threads and TIGHTEN THE SCREWS SECURELY!


Step 8: Refit the stator base plate. Ensure the wires CANNOT TOUCH THE FLYWHEEL! (especially on the inside of the flywheel)


Step 9: Refit the flywheel. Tighten the bolt to specified torque.


Step 10: Fit the ignition cover. 


THE SOURCE FOR THE PINS: BLACK=GROUND / BLACK RED 




TROUBLE SHOOTING:


Engine will not start: Sometimes the source coil wires are reversed. Swap the connections, re-solder the wires and the engine should start. If the engine still does not start, and before calling technical support, perform a few basic tests:


1. Recheck the connections. Make sure you carefully solder the connections. Twisting the wires together or taping wires will cause engine inoperability.

2.Check the engine for spark and is there fresh fuel in the gas tank? If you still cannot get your engine to start, have all your information ready for a technician prior calling.