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  1. Yep, I got it!! ;D dig up the formula on the web, which is fairly simple. I have to multiply, pulses/rev*rev/min then divide by 60sec/min and that equals Hz or ignition pulses per second. In my case; 50Hz is 1500rpm beauty lies in simple things Cheers!
  2. Hi Ante! I removed the old battery ignition system and put the flywheel magneto cdi ignition. This data I picked up from www.aet.si: Flywheel magneto: 4-pole, rotor diameter 103mm Triggering: internal, 2 sparks per revolution Spark type: AC arc discharge Ignition electronic: C.D.I. Maybe I have to calc, Hz = 2 * revs 8)
  3. Well, I want to set up the digital tachometer on my bike and I need a formula to calculate the frequency relation to RPM. I tried with this one Hz=(number of cylinders * RPM/120) but..... ??? The Bike has one cylinder, four strokes and it has two sparks per revolution.
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