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Nuovaray ignition parts

Postby AndyB57 » 13 Aug 2020 09:58

My search for transducers with the connection for the tacho continues....

Has anybody had any joy recently contacting Nuovaray in Italy? I've tried sending a few messages to them but no responses so far. From their website it seems they are still in business.
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Re: Nuovaray ignition parts

Postby MickeyMoto » 13 Aug 2020 11:13

Probably on holiday until September!
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Re: Nuovaray ignition parts

Postby AndyB57 » 13 Aug 2020 12:40

MickeyMoto wrote:Probably on holiday until September!


Quite possibly! I'll be patient for another 2 or 3 weeks......
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Re: Nuovaray ignition parts

Postby mbmm350s » 13 Aug 2020 13:22

Andy,
Ferragosto (assumption) is 15th August.
Leave it two weeks as Mike says.
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Re: Nuovaray ignition parts

Postby AndyB57 » 13 Aug 2020 15:25

Thanks Mark, I should have twigged what was going on!
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Re: Nuovaray ignition parts

Postby park3164 » 15 Aug 2020 02:12

Hi Andy,
I too have been trying to contact Nuovaray about Morini 350 replacement transducers, and have been told by someone else in Italy the holidays are until the end of August. I hope they will be contactable after then.....
Cheers,
Fiona 1986 K2 350cc
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Re: Nuovaray ignition parts

Postby AndyB57 » 15 Aug 2020 12:52

park3164 wrote:Hi Andy,
I too have been trying to contact Nuovaray about Morini 350 replacement transducers, and have been told by someone else in Italy the holidays are until the end of August. I hope they will be contactable after then.....
Cheers,
Fiona 1986 K2 350cc


I'll let you know when I get a response.....
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Re: Nuovaray ignition parts

Postby park3164 » 01 Sep 2020 10:56

Hi Andy. Someone in Italy has now been able to contact Nuovaray for me after the holiday closure, and they do still sell their transducers.
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Re: Nuovaray ignition parts

Postby AndyB57 » 18 Oct 2020 15:05

park3164 wrote:Hi Andy. Someone in Italy has now been able to contact Nuovaray for me after the holiday closure, and they do still sell their transducers.

Sorry, I've only just noticed your latest message..... Thanks for the update, have you taken the plunge yet??
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Re: Nuovaray ignition parts

Postby Steve Brown » 19 Oct 2020 16:56

Is there any advantage with the Nuovaray parts? More advance or anything like that?
I fairly recently fitted a pair of the transducers for Piaggio scooters from an online shop called Beedspeed to my Kanguro X. The number is almost identical to the first type Ducati transducers with just one extra digit. They have the larger ignition coil like the 3rd series units and they have a really good spark.
This bike now starts really easily and runs beautifully too. At only £30 odd they are a bargain. Advance looks fine on the strobe check too. If you use these with the black type pick up you need to add a diode into the pick up leads but that's all.
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Re: Nuovaray ignition parts

Postby AndyB57 » 19 Oct 2020 17:59

Steve Brown wrote:Is there any advantage with the Nuovaray parts? More advance or anything like that?
I fairly recently fitted a pair of the transducers for Piaggio scooters from an online shop called Beedspeed to my Kanguro X. The number is almost identical to the first type Ducati transducers with just one extra digit. They have the larger ignition coil like the 3rd series units and they have a really good spark.
This bike now starts really easily and runs beautifully too. At only £30 odd they are a bargain. Advance looks fine on the strobe check too. If you use these with the black type pick up you need to add a diode into the pick up leads but that's all.

Steve - I have no idea of the cost of the Nuovaray coils but I also want the connection for my rev counter which the Piaggio items don't have. So my first task is to find out how much.....
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Re: Nuovaray ignition parts

Postby Steve Brown » 19 Oct 2020 18:18

Steve - I have no idea of the cost of the Nuovaray coils but I also want the connection for my rev counter which the Piaggio items don't have. So my first task is to find out how much.....[/quote]

Ahh yes-understand. My 76 Sport has never had a tacho that worked and I gave up trying years ago. It does occasionally annoy me still and I will one day try to get one of those add-on circuits that will allow my (when it gets repaired) tacho to be used again. It's taking me years to do that though..
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