Sorry to bring this back to life, where did you guys buy the denso's? I can't find any with part number ik27prz11Haha no thanks man. I ordered some ik27s earlier today. I am already working on taking out the OEM coils and wires and getting it all wired up and ready to go so I can just throw them in once they get here. Man o man, taking out the front coil was a PITA! The bottom bolt was ridiculous. Haha. All is going smooth otherwise. How do you like the Denso plugs? I have always used NGK since my first tune up on my honda rice rockets. I think I may have used Densos once before, but I dont remember making a big deal about it. Seems not too many people like the Denso plugs on the piggy.
I'll attempt to answer your question. 3 advantages come to mind:does this mod improve the spark and/or make the bike fire up any quicker? trying to work out if its worth it, or if its alot off fiddling and faffing about for just saving as much weight as a mars bar.
what are the benefits?
Yes, Dan, that works great! I just turned down 2 of them and installed in the 600 coils. The only difference is it raises the coil a little further out of the valve cover but that shouldn't be an issue.I have been doing some thinking about the plug situation with this conversion, i am not happy with the denso ik27 gapped to 1.1 mm, i think it is an inferior product to the NGK, as we know there is no suitable NGK with a removable cap.
So i went out to my garage and smashed the old plug cap, inside is the answer, the brass fitting for the ngk terminal with enough brass behind it to get an m4 thread turned onto it to suit the COP
Hi dan, I'm preparing to do this mod on my rc.actually they unscrew from the old plug caps,but i would still take a hammer to them
Yes but you can just unscrew them ( the bits you want), but you can carefully smash the cap with a hammer if you prefer, it's what i didHi dan, I'm preparing to do this mod on my rc.
Do I understand correctly that old caps are to be cut open and then a part of interior unscrew to have piece that makes contact with standard NGK plug and on this piece a bit can get threaded so 600rr coils can grip?
I searched 2003, 04, 05, 06, 07, 09, 15, and 2020 CBR600RR. The Coil part number is the same, ever since 2003!I purchased both the 600RR "ignition harness" and the coils together so that I would have the connectors. The coils are from an 06 600RR. AFAIK you can use any coil from 03 up. They all seem to have the same part number.
Maybe you're on a device but on my computer, I right clicked and chose open in new tab. Then the stupid watermark banner goes away and you can actually see it pretty good.Any chance the images can be updated from the photo bucket jailhouse they are in now?
I have a feeling this thread may have a very long shelf life. Thank you to TheGrabulator for doing this How To.
I'm going to do this mod, just did some research.
I searched 2003, 04, 05, 06, 07, 09, 15, and 2020 CBR600RR. The Coil part number is the same, ever since 2003!
Coil - 30700-MEE-641
The ignition harness for 2003 - 2006 is # 32102-MEE-000
The ignition harness for 2007 - 2020 is # 32103-MFJ-D00
Since they still hook up to the same coil, is it safe to assume either harness will work for this mod? If buying new OEM, it seems the older harness is about $20 cheaper. I like the idea of brand new connectors and coils, so I'll probably buy new. Looks like about $125 to my door.
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Maybe you're on a device but on my computer, I right clicked and chose open in new tab. Then the stupid watermark banner goes away and you can actually see it pretty good.