Hi all, I bought this one from ebay, it looks like the one being talked about here, its going on my worked newly built 186. Does anybody know how much has been done to it, like know the guy who sells them.
Also can I get more information on this "The existing curve is usable for a bone-stock engine, but for anything fairly hot you'll have waaaaaaaaaaay too much total (well over 40deg at higher revs). I've had good results from welding up and grinding the slot to limit the amount of movement to about 15 - 18deg (crank) and using the weights and the stiffest springs from the Moroso kit. I used the existing cam plate but trimmed the small tail of the Moroso weights slightly to allow them to fully close. I found the new weights fouled very slightly with a Davis rotor but was fine with the original. Whatever you use it would pay to check it.
I dont know much about dizzy's so if somebody could dumb it down a bit for me that would be great.
Another thing is I am trying to set up my newly rebuilt engine and I can do the mechanical stuff alright, but I have no idea how to set up the dizzy. So which order do I put the HE leads on, and how do you know which way to rotate the dizzy. I dont know any of this so some easy to understand instructions would be nice.
Edited by glennhailstone, 23 May 2014 - 02:10 PM.