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Old 07-21-2021, 08:05 PM   #1
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I need help from the experts.

I'm installing a MVVS 45, and i cannot get a spark batteries have been check. Any help would be very much appreciated. or i if I convert to rcexl, Who can i approach.

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Old 07-22-2021, 07:53 AM   #2
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Re: MVVS 45

first plug battery directly into module. second id check out the hub sensor and magnet. the spark plug will it spark in another engine.
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Old 07-22-2021, 12:46 PM   #3
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What ignition system do you have now ? Several were available , I believe . Are you first owner ? Maybe post pictures ?
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I'm the 2nd owner it had the original Ignition TME 1 TI, but the cup was modified with RCexl.
I plug in the battery, but still no spark.
I need to know if the ignition is dead.
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I'm the 2nd owner it had the original Ignition TME 1 TI, but the cup was modified with RCexl.
I plug in the battery, but still no spark.
I need to know if the ignition is dead.
I cannot find any listing of a TME 1T1 ignition , only an ESM 1 T1 ignition. If the ignition cap (cup) on the spark plug was replaced , maybe it was not connected to the electronic circuit correctly. Some electronic ignitions might have an led on the circuit board to show that it is powered up . With no picture I cannot guess . Some pictures of the installation on the motor might help . You might check with an ohmmeter to see that you have continuity between were the plug wire is in the circuit board and at the spark plug connection . Also check out the magnetic pickup sensor for continuity .
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I believe most MVVS ignitions had a 4.8 battery, if using more then that it may have burned the ignition out , also I believe some had a magnetic induction pickup sensor (not a hall sensor), flipping would need to be quite quick to generate a big enough signal to trigger a spark on this version . cheers ..
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Old 07-22-2021, 02:45 PM   #7
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Re: MVVS 45

Hi
I have been going through a similar situation. I discovered the hall sensor has to have the correct side facing the magnet. I turned mine over and it worked.
Hope yours is as easy to fix as mine was.
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Depending on the ignition .my mvvs116np takes 12volt on the ignition. Any info on ignition box
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Old 07-22-2021, 04:40 PM   #9
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I cannot find any listing of a TME 1T1 ignition , only an ESM 1 T1 ignition. If the ignition cap (cup) on the spark plug was replaced , maybe it was not connected to the electronic circuit correctly. Some electronic ignitions might have an led on the circuit board to show that it is powered up . With no picture I cannot guess . Some pictures of the installation on the motor might help . You might check with an ohmmeter to see that you have continuity between were the plug wire is in the circuit board and at the spark plug connection . Also check out the magnetic pickup sensor for continuity .
Sorry i was way of, it's EZM1TI
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Old 07-22-2021, 04:43 PM   #10
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I believe most MVVS ignitions had a 4.8 battery, if using more then that it may have burned the ignition out , also I believe some had a magnetic induction pickup sensor (not a hall sensor), flipping would need to be quite quick to generate a big enough signal to trigger a spark on this version . cheers ..
And very specific with fuel, 94 octane and up, I don't know about the oil, cause they also have their own oil, but I will use, what available.
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