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Instalation electronic ignition into Ducellier distributor

petak

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#21
Fernando.....At your dizzy points can be adjusted from outside, without removing cap and rotor.
But it looks similar to one i have.

To me it looks like it might fit but not sure.
 

angel

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#23
It did't work for me on such a disributor. The points pivot position were on a slightly different place, but this was enough for the pickup to foul the magnetic ring. I managed to make it fit OK and work flawlessly by swapping parts from the same kind of Ducellier distributor but without the external points adjustment.
 

petak

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#24
As today I have done 13000 km with this Accuspark kit.

Aside first instalation problem with central ring i do not know that i have electronic ignition inside my dizzy.

Keep counting km's
 

Fernando

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#26
I need help I just refurbish the all dizzy and assemble the electronic ignition but Im unable to make the ring go down :doh: any sugestion?
 

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petak

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#27
Did you turn ring in right direction?
Shaft is not round but have 4 slots.
So you should alighn slots on ring with slots on shaft.
 

Fernando

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#29
The problem is on the base plate, the halls to attatch the sensor are wrong they make the sensor too close to the ring.
I must make a new base plate.
Does your kit still working?
 

petak

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#32
The problem is on the base plate, the halls to attatch the sensor are wrong they make the sensor too close to the ring.
I must make a new base plate.
Does your kit still working?
Can you post some picture of your problem, and solution, so somebody else can see it and make necessery changes to fit this kit.
 

laxeian

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#33
Is this not the problem Angel had fitting an accuspark system to an externally adjustable duciller distributor earlier in thread?
Can you post some picture of your problem, and solution, so somebody else can see it and make necessery changes to fit this kit.
 

petak

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#34
Might be......
Probably is.
Definitly it would be nice to see pictures,as Fernando is in proces of dismantling and fiksing dizzy to fit accuspark.
 

petak

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#36
That is perfect information.

Please just point which hole did you drill.

This way next person who would like to fit accuspark knows everything in advance and can be prepared for changes that must be done.
 
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Fernando

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#40
Another advise the white thermal paste is the worst you can use because his thermal condutivity is very limited but it works for sure.
But those with computer mooding expirience know that the grey thermal paste is much better, in my case I know for expirience that the artic cooling grey thermal paste decreases the cpu temps in 5 degrees celcius.
I had listem some people say that their accuspark kit just burn after 3000 km
If it burn it was because of one main thing
First his limit is 14,5v wich is the max output of the original alternator in good condition.
And I just refurbish mine entirely.
But those who didnt, or dont have the original alternator, can have it running at lets say at 15,5v
This will increase the sensor temps and make it burn.
So my advise is to spend 5$ in a artic cooling grey thermal paste so your heat dicipation can be better and faster.
 
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