> just think about trying
> to hold that laser at the right spot while tuning.
Hmm, good point. But it doesn't seem like that would be any harder than
holding a timing light while turning a dizzy.
> Analog is
> better when you are looking for a trend rather than an
True enough, but while I wouldn't claim I have perfect pitch, I can hear
changes in engine note pretty good. Been tuning them "by ear" for over 30
years ... I mostly want this to double-check the dash tach.
Of course that's a problem too, pretty much impossible to see the dash tach
while watching the laser tach at the same time.
> I do think
> it would be handy for checking your furnace fan or grinder
> wheel though.
Not to mention drill press, lathe & milling machine.
Thanks for the reply,
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