The car coils work fine , you just don't use the center , or coil wire post.Kevin Davis said:Scott: Sounds to me like you're using a high tension coil where a low tension coil should be, or am I missing something? I've never heard of running an ignitor on a car type or a buzzcoil. Kevin in Nova Scotia.
In most all ignitors I have ever replaced the points in they had to be braded in on the back side or center punched to swell them for a good tight fit. and of coarse they usually have to have the back side ground or filed off to remove them. the only ignitor that I have ever seen that makes replacing points easy is on the two Gilsons that I have. Each point is held in the ignitor with a very small set screw. Joe MorrisBenny Mckheean said:How to you fasten the points to the ignitor?
Here's another one. Not too scientific but it gets the job done. Also 'splains how low tension ignition works.Kevin Davis said:Scott: Maybe you already know this but here is a link to a page showing how to build a L/T coil