[TR] distributor advance

Randall tr3driver at ca.rr.com
Mon Mar 2 14:06:03 MST 2020

Actually there is a reasonable explanation.
The heavier springs are also longer than the old ones, so the tension as installed is lower.

-- Randall

On 2 March 2020 14:45:07 GMT-06:00, Paul Tegler <ptegler at verizon.net> wrote:
>Having studied this over and over again, even have gone as far as 
>redesigning the whole timing system (during a F.I and full wasted spark
>conversion)� ... and with simple physics behind me I can comfortably
>your empirical data has to be flawed....no nice way to say it.
>simple physics.... a tighter (stronger) spring will not extend as far
>a lighter spring under the same weight applied.
>Either you jostled something in the initial setup/study, or your post 
>spring work setup shifted something, throwing one of the two data sets 
>out as a valid data reference.
>Either way,,,,this is possibly a mute point if it is now all working
>you as expected.� :-)
>On 3/2/2020 2:15 PM, Peter Arakelian wrote:
>> >> A stiffer spring would have not allowed the weights to swing out
>> far
>> at lower rpms. It would NOT ADD idle advance over the original
>> settings.<<
>> I admit that I believed the stronger springs would reduce centripetal
>> advance at idle .� But the empirical evidence shows otherwise.�
>When I 
>> put the
>> stiffer springs in the timing at idle ADVANCED 10-15 degrees.� It
>> very stable.
>> Sent from Mail <https://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=550986> for 
>> Windows 10
>Paul Tegler
>ptegler at verizon.net  www.teglerizer.com
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