Our original sequential firing Triple kit for Triumph Trident, BSA Rocket 3 and Hurricane. Suits British triple cylinder engines from 1968 to 1975.
Easier starting - Superior running - Stronger idle. Less prone to plug fouling
This is not a wasted spark system - all the spark energy is focused on one cylinder at a time resulting in superior all round performance.
Required accessories if using 6-volt coils
- Ballast resistor (required when using 6-volt coils); 60-4516
- Spark plug lead – includes the NGK 5k suppressor caps (3 required); SPL-0020 Right angle coil end; SPL-0010 Straight coil end
- 12V Tri-Spark high performance coils - 3 required (no ballast resistor required – cleaner installation); IGC-1012
- Spark plug lead includes the NGK 5k suppressor caps (3 required); SPL-0020 Right angle coil end; SPL-0010 Straight coil end
Tri-Spark Should be definitely called the 'TransplBy: Peter Bates on 20 February 2018Hi Steve, Just wanted you to know how impressed I am with the difference in the starting and running behaviour my T160 since replacing the previously fitted B....r ignition with the Tri-Spark. In all the time I’ve owned my T160, I’ve probably spent more time working on it than riding it, especially in recent times when sparkplug fouling with unleaded fuel made the engine ridiculously hard to start. Now it’s a different story; starting is ultra reliable, idle is solid and I’m spending more time riding the machine than working on it and I’m spending money on fuel, not spark plugs. With the Tri-Spark, the thing I’m so impressed with is the way the engine now starts FIRST time every time from stone cold, just like you’d expect a modern bike to, and it’ll do it (without chokes) on the electric starter! This on its own would have been enough to justify fitting the Tri-Spark, but as a bonus, the system’s idle control is so strong that even straight after a cold start, the engine just doesn’t want to die. For the first time in the 12 years I’ve owned the bike, cold starting happens immediately rather than eventually and I don’t have to baby it to keep it alight. High speed running is also very strong; in fact I believe I can even detect a more enthusiastic bark from the mufflers since your ignition has been fitted! The Tri-Spark should be called the Transplant as far as I’m concerned. It lives up to the expectations I had for it and then some. I’d happily recommend it as THE ignition of choice for the T160.