[Public-List] Electronic Ignition
Richard Mair via Public-List
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Wed Oct 8 18:04:03 PDT 2014
As an ex auto mechanic I will say that points will almost always get you
home. With Maintaince the failure rate is low to noon existent. Even with
cars using Lucas distributors I was always able to get home.
Electronics when they fail you need to have a spare.
It is a lot cheaper to keep a spare street of points and condenser than to
keep a spare electronic module.
Checking point gap and or replacing them when needed in the spring will
most likely keep you going all summer.
On Oct 8, 2014 4:51 PM, "Bill Newman via Public-List" <
public-list at lists.alberg30.org> wrote:
> I have been looking at electronic igition for my old style Alberg engine
> and will appreciate any comments on the advantages and/or disadvantages of
> making this change. For example is it more reliable and what do you do if
> it fails?
> Bill Newman
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