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    Modified Zenoah engines

    I heard that someone sells Zenoah engines modified for Electronic ignition. Anyone know whos this is?
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    RE: Modified Zenoah engines

    His name is Ralph Cunningham and he is a member of this forum with the Screen-name of RCIGN1. His web-site is http://www.rcignitions.com/ , but right now he is on vacation till after the 19th.
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    RE: Modified Zenoah engines

    If you are a DIY kinda guy. CH Ignitions sells a kit to install a Syncro Spark ignition on a Zenoah G -45/62.
    www.ch-ignitions.com
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    RE: Modified Zenoah engines

    Thank you very much for the reference web site!!

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    RE: Modified Zenoah engines

    Ralph Cunningham (RCIGN1) also sells the basic "stuff" for DIY. If your not a hard core DIY'er your better off to deal with RCIGN1, first rate work, reasonable, with an unbeatable warranty.
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    RE: Modified Zenoah engines

    Even if you are a DIY'er, you would be wise to let Ralph do the conversion. There is a big difference between Ralph's custom engines and a bolt-on C&H ignition. Ralph's engines have custom aluminum back plates with the electronic ignition built in, carb rotated for direct push rod connection, along with some milling work that makes his impossible for the average person to duplicate.

    You will also find that there is not a big price difference between DIY-C&H & Ralph"s.

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    RE: Modified Zenoah engines

    Tony, Listen to "Wings". Take his advise.
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