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Ignition modules and gaps ?????

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Bailey
My 3410s has an ignition module (points eliminator). It runs well enough, just not exactly how I'd expect, particularly at low rpms. Seems someone mentioned that they use a tighter plug gap when using these...... I'm currently about 12 gapped at the coil and 30 at the plug. Can anyone share their experiences on what has worked for them???

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midnightpumpkin
Andy, I put one on our 2210 last week. Didn't touch any gaps, it ran the same as it did on points. Nice low idle. I assume the gaps were both standard, whatever that is. I wonder if all these modules are created equal or if some are better than others. Mine looks like this one http://cgi.ebay.com/Universal-Ignition-Module-Replaces-Points-Condenser-/200375042169?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_0 John U

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msiebern
The instructions that came with the one I got from NAPA say to set the air gap on the coil at .012-.015 and the plug gap at .020 - .028. The range seems a little broad, but maybe tweak it for optimal performance.

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