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2007 Txt Pro Ducati Ignition System

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Looking for some hints and advice about my 2007 250 PRO, last week the bike died suddenly with lack of spark, not really been able to locate which part has died but due to the lack of available parts for the Ducati system it looks as tho it may end up being a conversion to a Kokusan system from a newer bike which seems a common thing to do. My question has any one done it on a 2007 is it reasonably straight forward and do all the bits fit in the space above the radiator or does it involve moving some of the parts else where on the bike.

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I did this conversion on my 2005 pro with no prblems. Make sure you get all the bits plus the flywheel

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I successfully replaced my Ducati ignition with Kokusan. It was straighforward except for placing the CDI box. I ended up using double sided foam tape to mount on the side of the radiator.

 

My Ducati ignition has been a real pain for the last 5 years, going through 4 regulator/rectifiers.

 

I bought a complete Kokusan system through trialsbikebreakersuk ebay store. They usually have separate components available and if you are lucky, a whole system as a kit. They are parting out a lot of older GG.

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Thanks for the advice all, bike back running have ditched the ducati system and fitted a Kokusan set up bought from a breakers a newer bike.

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