Hi thank you for the commentsReally very nice looking!!
I did love the combination of the cooper color with the aluminum.
Michael, how did you fix the hall sensor on the distributor body undernith the Rotor?
Thank you EdiHi Michael!
Very good aproach. I'm also learning CNC programing.
I did the flanges on CNC at one operation. It did work well.
You are right, it is so satisfying when the pieces come out correct.
Good progress on your PeeWee. Mine is on standby since last Christmas.
I did some work this weekend. Will post some photos this week.
You'd have to have 4 magnets on the crank to suit the asymmetrical timing which would mean you would be throwing twice the number of sparks than is required, which can be a problem with some ignitions (limited number of sparks per minute available). Also, at a guess I'd say the extra sparks would potentially interfere with the correct ignition timing (considering you'd still need a distributor).Would not the placement of magnets on the crankshaft to suit whatever firing arrangement be satisfactory?
After all, it has to fire somewhere in the crank rotation.