Complete coverage of Motorcycle Electrics
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- Dictionary of technical terms.
- Hyperlinks to additional relevant information in other manual chapters.
- Quick links are provided to take you to the most popular DIY tasks.
- Fault finding section allowing you to quickly ascertain the cause of a particular problem.
- Conversion calculator for imperial and metric units.
Ignition and combustion explained
Spark plug types and construction
Ignition : Magnetos, coil and battery, CDI, transistor and digital
Fuel injection and engine management
Alternators, DC generators and starters
Lighting and signalling
Braking and traction control systems
Electrical fault finding
Practical testing and test equipment
Table of contents
Chapter 1 : The complete system
Chapter 2 : Electrical Basics
Chapter 3 : Ignition and combustion
Chapter 4 : Ignition – Coil and Battery
Chapter 5 : Ignition – Magnetos
Chapter 6 : Ignition – Capacitor Discharge Ignition (CDI)
Chapter 7 : Ignition – Transistor and Digital Ignition
Chapter 8 : Fuel injection
Chapter 9 : Engine management
Chapter 10 : Spark plugs
Chapter 11 : Charging – direct current (DC) generators
Chapter 12A : Charging – flywheel alternators
Chapter 12B : Charging – single phase alternators
Chapter 12C : Charging – three-phase alternators
Chapter 13 : Batteries
Chapter 14 : Lighting and signalling
Chapter 15 : Starter motors
Chapter 16 : Circuits and system components
Chapter 17 : Braking and traction control ( ABS and TCS)
Chapter 18 : Testing and fault finding