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D1 AC lighting coil and ignition coil assembly Part Number
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shelley3tai
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June 28, 2019 - 1:56 am
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Hi all,

Trying to restore a 1949 D1, in search for the lighting coil assembly, basically the whole magneto assembly that goes inside the flywheel. Have tracked down where to get an ignition coil (and have a part number to make for easier ordering from local company), but if I can get the whole assembly from somewhere that would be best seeing as I will end up replacing the AC lighting coils at some point. 

Even if someone knows the part numbers for these that would be a great help. Part numbers are probably preferable at this point.

Thanks laugh

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sunny
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hi  M  if  someone   comes up  with  a  part  number  the peple  you  get  coils  from   wont  know  them ,, you  need  to look  for a  spec  nuber  as  you  mite  have  a  later  engine     for  1949  its  usly   a GENY -MAG    27 Watts  unit     so  some  moor  homework  will  help    ,,  its  been  up  this  week  so  its   lots  of  fun  

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June 28, 2019 - 2:36 pm
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Have a look ** Please log in to view ** for BSA Service Sheets - may be useful.

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mikef
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Hi Shelley.
     AS previously said, "A bit of homework into what you have", a photo would help.
The link below may be of interest.
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