BGM PRO stator HP V2.0 (electronic ignition) for Vespa Sprint150 (VLB1T), TS125 (VNL3T), GT125 (VNL2T), GTR125 (VNL2T), Super, GL150 (VLA1T), VNA, VNB, VBA, VBB
Ignition stator plate
- Ignition type: Electronic
- Output: 12V
- Current: Alternating current (AC)
- Type of rotor for stator: External rotor
- Position (pickup / points): Internal
- Number of coils: 5
- Diameter stator: 115 mm
- Diameter coils: 93 mm
- Total height: 46 mm
- Number of wires: 5
- Type of plug connector: Single plug connector
- Rotor type: External rotor
- Ignition timing: Fixed
- Rotor incl: No
- CDI incl: No
- Voltage regulator: No
Maintenance-free electronic ignition.
After the conversion the older 6Volt on-board power supply system is upgraded to a powerful 12Volt light output. The previously self-regulating electrical system is converted to a reliable and bulb-friendly regulator control (e.g. with BGM6690).
The high-quality wiring ensures a safe transmission of the high light and ignition power. With the high wattage upgrade, you are now provided with a very good light output when idling, which does not diminish even when using the indicators or additional power consumers.
Maintenance work, as usual with contact ignitions, is not necessary.
ADVANTAGES BGM PRO HP
BGM has revised the BGM Pro ignition base plate, which has proven itself a thousand times over, and made it even better.
Particular attention was paid to the very high quality of the bobbins and the pickup.
In addition, the cabling was converted to textile-sheathed silicone lines.
A special gimmick is the cord already attached to the cable branch for easy pulling of the cable harness through the cable duct in the motor housing.
Compared to a conventional electronic ignition, the BGM Pro HP ignition base plate has specially combined coil windings.
This significantly improves the efficiency of the alternator and offers a high light output of 120W.
In contrast to a Vespa PX ignition base plate, the BGM Pro HP has a longer cable branch so that the ignition base plate can also be perfectly mounted on older vehicles. In addition, it has an adapted base plate contour so that it fits perfectly on engines before 1977 (with a larger shaft seal seat than PX).
- High light output (120W) thanks to the maximum number of windings
- Proven excitation coil with copper plate for maximum reliability
- Pickup with a carbon barrier layer for a clean ignition pulse
- Neatly processed light coils
- High quality solder joints
- Original cable lugs and length for easy cabling
- Can be combined with additional modules (PiFi, Kytronic, Agusto)
NOTE : The BGM Pickup has a nominal resistance of 100 ohms (+/- 10 ohms)
ADVANTAGES OF SILICONE LINES
- Extremely temperature resistant (-40 ° C to + 250 ° C)
- Always stay flexible
- Very good mechanical protection through the textile fabric
- Resistant to fats, oils, alcohols, oxygen, ozone
- Very high insulating properties
CONVERSION TO ELECTRONIC IGNITION
When converting from a contact ignition to this base plate, the use of a different fan wheel, a voltage regulator and a CDI is necessary.
A possibly standard old voltage regulator, like the series ignition coil, is no longer required.
With the BGM voltage regulator BGM6690, a battery (12 volt battery required) can optionally be charged while driving. The old wiring harness can still be used, but the previously individual circuits must be combined here, as the voltage regulator only offers one outlet to the complete power supply. It is easier to convert to one of our conversion wiring harnesses (e.g. 9077011).
Everything necessary for this is available individually or as a set.
The BGM ignition base plate fits all Vespa engines of the large frame models with rotary valve inlet control, e.g. Vespa VNA, VNB, VBA, VBB, VLA, GT, GTR, Sprint, Rally, PX, LML 2T, Bajaj Chetak.
OTHER NECESSARY COMPONENTS
- Pole wheel BGM Pro Electronic (BGM6661RT)
- CDI (9110018)
- Voltage regulator (BGM6690)
- If necessary, wiring harness (9077011)
- 12V bulbs
Also as a set for retrofitting (BGM6661PRO)
The alignment of the crankshaft in the engine housing, and thus also the position of the pole wheel, is significantly more variable with the old large frame engines (recognisable by the crankshaft bearings of the same size with 25x62x12mm) than, for example, with the later PX engines.
The crankshaft bearings are not fixed in the engine housing by a circlip, but simply sit with a slight interference fit in the housing. Various tolerances (e.g. the width of the shaft sealing rings, worn bearing seats, orientation of the cone on the crankshaft) can lead to significant deviations from the originally intended positioning of the shaft in the crankcase. A prerequisite for a correctly working ignition is that the pole wheel is perfectly aligned with the ignition base plate. Otherwise the trigger surface in the pole wheel will not run parallel to the pick-up, which can lead to misfiring. If the ignition does not produce a spark, the fault is usually to be found here. For easy rectification, we offer spacer plates (BGM8000S05) for the pickup on the ignition base plate.