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Instalation electronic ignition into Ducellier distributor

petak

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#41
This advice Fernando is Golden one.

Definitly will help others to fit accuspark correctly and be satified.

Is there some name or brand for that gray termal past?
For those who are not so much into computers. (As me :D:whistle:)

My alternator gives 14,2-14,3V so i am safe.. maybe that is reason why is working so long.
 

Fernando

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#43
Petak what method had you use fig1a or fig1b ?
Another question they refer to conect the black cable to the existing wiring have you done this ?
Do you understand why is it recomended to do this, when you can conect directly to the coil?
Yet another question do the lenght of the accuspak wires was enought or you had to extend them?

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petak

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#44
I did not know about termal compound until you talked about it.
I used what i got in kit. Will "invest" in expensive compound and change it.

Alternator should charge with 14,2-14,3 V as if it is under 14 then won't charge batter god and fast.

I used first method on the picture. Directly to the coil. Wires were long enough and did not bother to cut them and connect to old coil wires.

That recommendation is probably because, on some cars wires they give with kit, are not long enough.
But do not know for sure!
 

JdeW

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#45
Fig 1a is for older cars, like ours :D
Fig 1b is for modern cars equiped with a modern ignition system e.g. a balanced system,
Here is a nice article about balanced ignition.
We are never to old to learn :laughing:
 
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