I'm not sure how much investment is involved with a timing light. A cheap one
can be found at almost any parts house for less than $20. Although rarely used
it is a good tool to have and looks cool hanging on the wall.
>Sorry I don't have anything to share that isn't Roaster-related, but here
>Does anyone have info or comment on setting static timing on a Boone Dizzy?
>I've always been able to static time my points distributor (preset timing
>marks on crank, and turning dizzy to spark, you know). Is there a similar way
>to do this with the EI? Don't want to invest in a timing light that I will
>probably rarely use if I don't have to.
>Gary B., You out there?
>Thanks as always