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V8 Dizzy 35dm8 testing on the bench?


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Hi all,

Just going through my collection of bits, found a 35DM8 dizzy, I think this is the one which goes to the remote amplifier, question is how can I test its a good un off the bench?

Ive placed my multi meter on the wires and spun the dizzy, the meter does register RPM and it varies correctly (used a power drill to spin it).

Is there any other tests which can be done?

Thanks

Roger

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Shove it in an engine.............. static time it............. and start it :P

If it starts its ok, if it doesn't er...its not :huh:

Yeah, ...........

thanks, .............

coat, .............

yeah ok, ................

I'm going .........no fuss like...................................................... :D

Nige

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Shove it in an engine.............. static time it............. and start it :P

If it starts its ok, if it doesn't er...its not :huh:

Yeah, ...........

thanks, .............

coat, .............

yeah ok, ................

I'm going .........no fuss like...................................................... :D

Nige

I would usually, (here it comes) but....

I dont have a remote amplifier version running, they are either lumenition or points.

Any more?

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