Actually, if I remember accurately from a couple of years ago when this subject
Frank was one of the first users of the PerTonix when originated at a time when
the factory evidently had quality control issues and the early units produced
apparently burned out pre-maturely leaving those using them stranded for no
damn good reason.
As I recall (and I could very well be wrong)
Frank reponded accordingly with his normal laid back "f--k this" and returned
to good, ole' reliable points immediatley!!! :):)
It well could have been a case of "rotor hex"
considering people would open up their spark plug gaps to 0.35 or so after
installing the PerTronix (like I first did) which "pulled" more juice from the
coil which immediately "fried" some of the sub-standard ign. rotors being
PPP OTOH, always carried the better
constructed ign. rotors and with the installation of one of his, "rotor hex'
could be avoided.
Alernatively, one could simply keep the
plug gap stock. I found I could open the plug gap to about .028 before the
inferior rotors would fry.
From: Ed's Shop
Sent: Friday, March 20, 2009 3:11 PM
To: Spridgets, firstname.lastname@example.org
Subject: [midgetsprite] RE: [Spridgets] E brake settings
Glad you brought it up, Jeff<G>!!!
<<If the new Mo$$ cables are that bad what source are you guys using to
replace them properly?>>
I have a friend/higher up at Moss and when I see something like Frank penned
I forward to him for comment/reply.
He did reply with 'source' which IS in UK !!!!
NONE Asian item.
All I can think of as in Frank's case is that the
Pertronix/PPP Condenser 'hex' applied<G>!!!
I would not hesitate to install one on (if I had one<F>)
a Bugeye (sure wish I STILL had one<G>). I would
also suspect that the 'source' supplies for other LBCs
and I wouldn't hesitate installing on my 2 LBCs!!
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