Manufacture ignition cables yourself

  • Hi folks,

    I am trying to use a 964 dual ignition distributor in the G model. I would have to make my own ignition cables. Are the plugs for the 964 distributor caps available separately? if so, where?

    Are they Beru Driv Vso103 plugs?

    Regards

    Fokke

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    911 SC, MJ 78, USA, 930/04
    944 S2, MJ 91
    Honda Zoomer Tokio Style

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    Edited once, last by le_fok (March 5, 2024 at 10:13 PM).

  • Hi folks,

    I am trying to use a 964 dual ignition distributor in the G model. I would have to make my own ignition cables. Are the plugs for the 964 distributor caps available separately? if so, where?

    Are they Beru Driv Vso103 plugs?

    Regards

    Fokke

    I would be interested to know what you have in mind? Thank you!

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    964 C2 Cab., '93, Schalter, Schwarz, LM220, H&R Fahrwerk

    (>>suche Monteverdi High Speed 375 L 2+2<<)

  • Very simple: Implement dual ignition with a 964 distributor on a G model with K-Jet and HKZ.

    I need a mish-mash of 964 and G plugs and cables (e.g. G ignition coil with 964 distributor cap...).

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    911 SC, MJ 78, USA, 930/04
    944 S2, MJ 91
    Honda Zoomer Tokio Style

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  • I would be interested to know what you have in mind? Thank you!

    Very simple: Realize dual ignition with a 964 distributor on a G model with K-Jet and HKZ.

    I need a mish-mash of 964 and G plugs and cables (e.g. G ignition coil with 964 distributor cap...).

    . . . i.e. you want to make a second threaded hole in the head?

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    964 C2 Cab., '93, Schalter, Schwarz, LM220, H&R Fahrwerk

    (>>suche Monteverdi High Speed 375 L 2+2<<)

  • Yep, second plug, heads are completely reworked, 964 cylinders on a SC fuselage engine

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    911 SC, MJ 78, USA, 930/04
    944 S2, MJ 91
    Honda Zoomer Tokio Style

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  • Plug, ignition cable, crimping pliers are at the start ...ready to go...

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    911 SC, MJ 78, USA, 930/04
    944 S2, MJ 91
    Honda Zoomer Tokio Style

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  • Hi folks,

    I am trying to use a 964 dual ignition distributor in the G model. I would have to make my own ignition cables. Are the plugs for the 964 distributor caps available separately? if so, where?

    Are they Beru Driv Vso103 plugs?

    Regards

    Fokke

    Why don't you use the 12 distributor?

    https://www.ebay.de/itm/154957…2p5QRCEAQYASABEgIJovD_BwE

    My specialist rebuilds the heads and then uses 12 mm distributors.

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    Wenn Du Deinen Traum-11er fährst,ist das Leben.Alles, was davor oder danach passiert,ist nur Warten

  • I'll try the 964 first, I think it looks less conspicuous and fits better with the SC engine.

    I also find the concept of the DoZü distributor from the 964 somehow more convincing: two separate caps in which the firing takes place.

    But thanks for the link, maybe my idea won't work either...

    Conversion to Pertronix, so that I can control two 3-pole HKZ...

    Regards

    Fokke

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    911 SC, MJ 78, USA, 930/04
    944 S2, MJ 91
    Honda Zoomer Tokio Style

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  • Plug, ignition cable, crimping pliers are at the start ... ready to go.

    Do you have any pictures of the head, I'd be interested. I built a 2.8 with dual ignition and slide valve system from a 2.7 40 years ago - back then with TÜV 😅.

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    964 C2 Cab., '93, Schalter, Schwarz, LM220, H&R Fahrwerk

    (>>suche Monteverdi High Speed 375 L 2+2<<)