Just be sure to NOT buy one with a black label, blue or green is fine.
Scared me for a second.
I had to go back and check. The one I ordered is a used one off ebay for $50 bucks and it has a green label. All the seller stated was that it was working when removed. So hoping for the best. I only found about 4 ICM's. Wonder what's going to happen when all of the used ICM's are gone. I thought of ordering a pulse generator just for extra peace of mind, but decided not to. Mine appears to be good per the multimeter, but the upper PG wires were sometime kinked and soft at the bend. But I'm sure it's okay.
Should be in by next Thursday. Meanwhile, my carbs should be ready for pickup by Tuesday or Wednesday and then I can rebuild them. I merely dropped them off at Honda for machine cleaning, but told them I'd rebuild them myself. All I am replacing on them are the float needles, and the seals. Jets can be cleaned.
Once I get the engine running, the final task is getting my hydraulic clutch to work; the plunger inside the master cylinder got stuck when I squeezed the trigger, and I'm not how I'm going to free that up. I might end up having to replace the clutch master cylinder, and the slave cylinder (which I suspect is leaking).
Once the bike is running and drivable (will need a new front tire), the final project is painting it and restoring the seat and back rest. Then shine all of the chrome, and it will be finished.
Oh the joy, money, and fun in a restoration project.