Right, but the dizzy that you used for the Pertronix started out as a single points dizzy, correct? Crash said the cam is too big or small for the magnet ring. Not worried about the Hall effect sensor itself, as extra mounting holes could be drilled and tapped in the breaker plate to mount it.
I’m not getting many hits on concrete BS info on the K5 rallies, but I did get one number of 3.625”. That equates to an offset of -22 on a 15x8” rim. Be careful, the 5 lug rally wheels are different than the 6 lug.
No way the rallies have a positive offset, look how dished they are.
These are e-codes. Low beam cutoff is sharp. Having four versus two isn’t going to blind anyone, as all 4 bulbs have the same cutoff.
Do I want more lumens on the road? Duh. Do I want LED lights on my vintage truck? No. The whole point of this was for better visibility at night. Mission accomplished.
Flatcat, I think your understanding on lumens is lacking. Lumens add up. Just because all the lights are at the same level doesn’t mean I won’t have any more output by adding two.
Sometimes I think you guys missed the forest from the trees.
Posted by mainer311
on 01 December 2017 - 03:20 PM
That’s about as high as mine ever gets now, after I drilled an 1/8” hole in it. The line is basically the “warmed up” mark. Since October, it never passes the line. In the summer it will go a little bit past.