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XSCharge™ PMA and Basic High Output Ignition Kit - XS650

$452.96 452.96
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XSCharge™ XS650 PMA and Basic High Output Standard Ignition package.  Fits all 1970-84 XS650's. Kit contains one 24-2669 XSCharge™ XS650 PMA unit (200 Watt) and one Basic High Output Standard Ignition kit . XSCharge™ XS650 PMA (Permanent Magnet Alternator Kit) built specially for the Yamaha XS650.Replaces your old rotor that has failed or magnet that has weakened over time. Replaces regulator/rectifier with solid state electronics. Fixes the weak link in the XS650.Specifically built for the XS650. The XSCharge™ XS650 PMA  PMA adapter bracket is hands down the easiest to use and best bracket available. It has the strongest rotor on the market to help with low RPM charging. The rotor hub is made with the correct keyway so there is no filing or guess work in getting the correct fit to the crankshaft. It has a plug and play voltage regulator with a battery side quick disconnect. Cannot be used with Yamaha (TCI) electronic ignition. Will need to use our Ignitions Systems. The kit includes a laser cut voltage regulator mounting bracket that bolts to the rear upper motor mount bolts. Everything you need including all new hardware and step by step instructions are included in the kit.The Standard Ignition Kit, a proven reliable electronic trigger system that replaces the stock XS650 breaker point type ignition. Note: For 1980-84 North American models see other kit versions which include the advance parts needed that are normally absent on the 1980-84 models.Provides increased reliability and serious (caution!) ignition spark to 75Kv.

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