hmmmmm. good question, I would imagine that his modification would increase rof due to the precision of the tools he use, Although there is a fine line between high performance and high efficiency it seem he has stumble upon a inefficient piece of equipment and simple made it more efficient through a cleaner hit and if my common cents serves me right that would be the idea of making an LP spyder, walking that fine line without falling off to either side.
I say it clicks faster and last longer.
"Originally posted by ferret15:
But there should be a reg that is made square ."
The mod I came up with is to increase the range of usable power from the battery.
If before the mod you had to replace the battery at 8.5volts but after doing the mod you were able to go as low as 8volts, then you just increased the amount of shots you can get out of the battery by 0.5volts.
Whatever that number of shots maybe out of 0.5volts it still translates to more shots than not having done the mod on the pin.
Normally the coil set pin length averages anywhere from 24.75mm to almost 26mm and the longer the pin is the faster you get to the point where the power supply is inadequate.
i took 3 coil set pins to a machine shop to have this mod done and all of them measured 24.25mm. these pins were from brand new 08 electras ordered this week from kingman. i wonder if kingman made the change to the newer electras? should i still take it down to 24mm? is that .25mm going to make a difference?