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    Resistor or not?

    Hi all,

    I have a Mallory uni-lite dizzy with twin points and 1.5 ohms flame thrower coil, do I need a ballast resistor fitted? I also have a Mallory e-spark electronic convertion for the dizzy, if I fit that will I also need a ballast resistor?

    Thanks in advance
    Tony

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    It appears so Tone

    Have you tried downloading the instruction man from Mallory

    http://www.malloryperformance.com/In...heetsList.aspx

    Not to sure if it will help
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    tony yes you will need to run a resistor

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    Tony a Unilite with points ???? Points dizzys are usually dual point, Unilite is electronic

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    I,m with Steve here is it a dual point or a uni lite?

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