I did it just to see what any effect would be (note I only have a
Pertronix Ignitor ignition module; my coil is bone stock and has a dent
in it).Â It does produce a hotter spark as the coil has to develop a
higher voltage to jump a larger gap (the coil ceases to produce voltage
when the spark fires; it's effectively a short circuit).Â If your
secondary system isn't in good nick leaks or cross-firing can occur.
I think electricity travels fast enough to compensate for a 0.003"
On 2/6/2019 9:16 AM, David P wrote:
> ... well, I don't see the reason for increasing the gap at all..
> Clearly the Pertonix method will make the firing timing more uniform,
> but it doesn't increase the voltage.. A touted 40,000 volt coil about
> rights IMHO, and increasing the gap minutely slows the spark delivery,
> increases the resistance, yada yada.. Fire away..so to speak.Â DP
> On 2/6/2019 8:14 AM, Frank Magnusson wrote:
>> Tom, you have to unscrew the 'nut' from the backside of the dash.Â
>> The nut
>> is a threaded metal sleeve that the indicator screws into.
>> <I'm trying to remove the turn signal indicator lamps from the wood
>> >From what I've been able to figure out, it seems like the small chrome
>> piece on the front side screws off, but it's stuck and I don't want
>> to break
>> Any help will be greatly appreciated!
>> - Tom>
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