For us quality is paramount so along with carefully selected products from other suppliers, we offer our own range of products manufactured here in the UK, products you can depend on, from a simple voltage warning light to a complete charging and ignition system. All of our electronics are subject to on going quality testing in our own workshops to ensure ease of use, first class performance and long life. As designers have the equipment and knowledge needed to fully check and develop systems and system components. Should you need help with one of our products you will find a range of helpful guides and advice sheets below* If you need further assistance e-mail the technical team and one of our technicians will be able to answer your enquiry. To avoid mistakes being made in the workshops our techs are not immediately contactable by telephone.
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We are one of the UK's premier motorcycle generator rewinding and electrical repair resource, our workshops offer a unique and wide range of specialist and bespoke electrical and engineering services for customers around the World. If you have a question or would like a quotation please e-mail us on the address above. A brief description of the fault you are experiencing is all that is required to get a fast estimate of costs, feasibility and what's involved in a repair. Our techs will ask you if they need detailed accounts.
Pricing guide for rewinds & repairs (click on picture, downloads PDF guide)
Help sheets, articles & advice - free to download stuff.
Below is a selection of trouble shooting guides, useful background information and fitting guides that you may find helpful. The documents are free to download.
Our publications must be used in conjunction with the manufacturer's workshop manual and do not override any safety precautions the machine's manufacturer give. Some documents may go in to greater detail through our experience of in-depth strip down of components, we provide this data to make fault finding more accurate.
Our fitting guides do not set out to teach you technical skils, instead guide you through a process that is either poorly explained or not covered in the shop manual. We give many tasks a technical rating to help you decide if you will need professional help:
Good working knowledge and technical understanding are necessary
A basic mechanic's tool set is all that is normally needed
Suitable for the home mechanic who is happy doing routine servicing such as oil changes and minor adjustments following the manual.
An in-depth working knowledge and good technical skills are required.
A good tool kit and some special tools will be needed
Suitable for those who can carry out all servicing and many repairs such as bearing replacement, top end rebuilds plus being able to use engineering tools such as micrometers or a DTi.
Expert level, good problem solving, extensive knowledge and experince.
Comprehensive tooling, possibly access to an engineering shop.
Suitable for those who could fully strip and rebuild an engine, fabricate new parts from raw material or experienced engine tuners.
Technical Publications & Useful Information
We've noticed that some guides were written quite sometime ago, we are up-dating many of the testing guides with more concise information to aid the professional mechanic and home mechanic alike.
Increasingly we are being given voltage readings taken when kicking the bike over. These are meaningless tests as there is no way of telling a good reading from a bad one. This is no way to test a stator. Such tests are not approved so may invalidate warranties on new parts - something not mentioned on the forums! Worse, some systems generate surprisingly high voltages, even an un regulated alternator can give an extremely nasty belt as it may be producing 100 volts or more with the engine running. Again something not considered by those who give poor advice with no thought of the safety of others. The reason manufacturer's don't tell you to do such testing as it can expose you to dangerous voltages!
We have improved on the information given in the workshop manual in all testing guides dated 2018 on, we are getting to the others and will be adding more very soon!
The tests we prescribe will not invalidate warranties and will keep you safe.
Important Service Bulletins for PME Products
DT250/360/400 12 Volt Conversions
Before you decide to purchase our kit, we explain what's involved here:
Useful background information:
XT250/500 12 Volt Conversion Trouble Shoooting
TY250 12 Volt Kit/Lighting Upgrade
Standard TY250 Wiring Diagrams
Notes on Setting 2-stroke Ignition Timing & Timing Curves
Yamaha Ignition Trouble Shooting Guides
Kawasaki Trouble Shooting Guides
Honda Trouble Shooting Guides
Suzuki Trouble Shooting Guides
Rotax Engines Trouble Shooting Guides
All Rex's fitting guides must be used in conjunction with the OEM bike manufacturer's manual for that model. It is the responsibility of the person fitting the parts to ensure they have the correct technical data, tooling and test equipment. No part of any PME guide over-rules any safety precaution given in an OEM manual.
"RMK" Electronic Ignition Kit Fitting Guides
TY175 Electronic ignition: RMK-1
TY250 Twin Shock Electronic ignition: RMK-3
TY250 Mono Shock Electronic ignition: RMK-5
You will need a 40 watt soldering for points magneto and lighting coils. Order number 40W-SRN. Note this comes with UK plug. Please read through the guides and check you have all the tools and consumables you need.
Setting Generator Clearances
Wiring Looms (Non Standard)
NEW TT5 Wiring loom Pre-sale information.
CDi Units - (where wiring is different from standard)
Stripped down looms for cafe racers, specials and track bikes. Be aware that building a wiring loom takes considerable time and experience. We do not offer tehncal help on free to down load schematics.
The commonly published diagram for the G & H models contains several errors. This version has been re-drawn and correct by Dan Duncan of the XT500 forum and is published here with permission.
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