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I'm a firm believer in 12v and EI in all my 4cyl gas tractors.
12v immediately when I drag them home.
(even if it's just a 12v battery and a quick direct wiring job,
alternator later.......til then, battery tender)
EI goes in when I go thru the ignition.
The price gap between points and EI is closing.
$75 for the last one I bought.
They all will get a no-resistor round coil regardless,
so that cost is a given anyway.
One thing I don't see mentioned is that when
it is running good, a 12v 4cyl gas tractor with EI or points,
will start easily and function just fine with a $19 on sale
lawn tractor battery.
1/4" bolt with a wingnut makes a handy battery disconnect on those too.
4 of my tractors have lawn tractor cheapo batteries, work fine
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