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I would like to get rid of the points but can't afford a new dizzy right now. Is there another option? How does this system wire up? The dizzy has a place to hook wires on and has a condensor hooked there now. tia
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Thanks guys. I have a gen5 468 chevy with tunnel ram, 2 700s lunati flat tappet hyd cam with roller tipped rockers. It has a mallory dual points dizzy with msd blaster coil and a balast resister. I bought the boat w/o motor so I am not sure how the wiring on this thing should be. TIA
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Basic wiring diagram for a points/condenser ignition. The two sets of points are jumpered together, with the condenser and coil negative(ground) wire attaching to the same place on either set of points. Or put the condenser on one set, the negative on the other. Really doesn't matter.
You don't have to have the wire down to the starter terminal. It just makes starting easier because it shoots 12V to the coil during starting. This is a Ford type solenoid, but you just put that wire on the solenoid terminal your not using to energize the starter solenoid.


Mount the coil terminals up, in vertical postion. Not because of oil or what ever. Its because the coil inside the can is only supported from the top of the coil. In a horizontal position, pounding and vibration can cause the internal coil to touch the can.

 
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