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Dynatek 5 Ohm Black Coils - Dual Output - DC8-1 - Honda CB350F/400F/500K/550/750 GL1000

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5 ohm black dynatek / dyna coils with dual output. Comes with 2 coils.

These high tech, top quality coils are designed for maximum performance. They produce spark voltages in excess of 30,000 volts and spark energies second to none. DYNA Coils are made to replace stock coils. Choose from three configurations and five variations of resistance for different applications. DYNA Coils work with point ignitions, aftermarket electronic ignitions and factory electronic ignitions. Before selecting a coil, check the coil primary resistance requirements as specified by the manufacturer of the ignition being used.

Features & Benefits:

  • No exposed laminations to rust and degrade performance.
  • High voltage and primary terminals machined from brass.
  • Ultrasonically welded and sealed against moisture.
  • Compact size fits easily under stock covers.
  • Peak gap current in excess of 50mA.
  • High impact thermoplastic housing.
  • Over 40,000 volts per output.
  • Accepts 7 to 8.8mm wires.
  • 1 year warranty.

Dynatek part number: DC8-1

Primary Resistance = 5 ohms
Secondary Resistance = 14,400 ohms

NOTE: When choosing the right coil for your bike, never select a coil with a lower resistance than your ignition system, this will cause the coils to overheat and burn out. It's OK to select coils with a slightly higher resistance. For example 3.0 ohm coils with a 1.5 ohm CDI ignition. While this isn't optimal, it works and allows you to switch your CDI ignition over to a Dyna-S in the future. If you have specific questions about what coils to get, you can contact us at service@4into1.com or contact Dynatek directly.

Installation Instructions Here

For Use With Honda:

Dynatek recommends these 5 ohm coils with stock points ignitions and the Dyna S ignition for all Honda SOHC 4 cylinder bikes from the 70's including:

NOTE: On the GL1000 the 2 output towers should point down and you may have to cut a small amount from the air filter intake for clearance. This is a minor modification and it's worth it for the high performance coils! If using this coil with a Dyna Ignition, the ballast resistor must be bypassed.

Fits Honda:

CB350F - 1972-1974 - Does not fit the stock bracket
CB400F Super Sport - 1975-1977 - Does not fit the stock bracket
CB500K - 1971-1973
CB550F Super Sport - 1975-1977
CB550K - 1974-1978
CB750A Automatic - 1976-1978
CB750F Super Sport - 1975-1978
CB750K - 1969-1978
GL1000 Gold Wing - 1975-1979
GL1000LTD Gold Wing Limited Edition - 1976

Fits Kawasaki:

KZ650B Z650 - 1977-1979
KZ650C Custom - 1977-1979
KZ650D SR - 1978-1979
KZ650E LTD - 1980
KZ650F Custom - 1980
KZ750B LTD TWin - 1976-1979
KZ750E - 1980
KZ750G LTD-2 - 1976
KZ900A - 1976-1977
KZ900B LTD - 1976
KZ900C Police - 1976
Z1 900 - 1973-1975
Z1P Police 900 - 1975
KZ1000A - 1977-1978
KZ1000B LTD - 1977-1980
KZ1000A MKII - 1978-1980
KZ1000C Police - 1978-1979
KZ1000D Z1R - 1977-1980
KZ1000E - 1979
KZ1000G Z1 Classic - 1980

Fits Suzuki:

GS550 - 1977-1979
GS550 Indy - 1977
GS550E - 1977-1979
GS550L - 1979
GS750 - 1977-1979
GS750B - 1977-1979
GS750C - 1977-1979
GS750EC 1977-1979
GS750EN 1977-1979
GS750L - 1979
GS750N - 1977-1979
GS850G - 1979
GS1000 - 1978-1979
GS1000C - 1978-1979
GS1000EC - 1978-1979
GS1000EN - 1978-1979
GS1000L - 1979
GS1000N - 1978-1979
GS1000S - 1979

Product Reviews

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  1. Dyna 5 Ohm Black Coils 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 18th Dec 2014

    I recently installed the Dyna 5 Ohm coils along with their electronic ignition module on my Honda CB350F / CB400F cafe bike build and they were relatively easy to install as per the instructions and work very well, and thanks!

  2. They make sparks. 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 28th Jul 2014

    Put these on a 76 cb750 supersport as a way to change out the lead wires. They push out plenty of juice for 5ohms, while keeping plenty of power flowing into your battery. Less noticeable backfiring under heavy decel as well.