SOLD Accuspark SP8000 Timing Light

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GraemeC
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SOLD Accuspark SP8000 Timing Light

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Perfect condition and still boxed - may have been used once!

This is the top of the range one with rev counter and adjustable digital advance setting.

£40 posted to UK

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Re: SOLD Accuspark SP8000 Timing Light

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Out of interest does this work on positive earth systems ?. I have the same one and have never been able to get it to work. Works fine on negative earth. And yes I have tried reversing the wiring.

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Re: SOLD Accuspark SP8000 Timing Light

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I don't know - never tried it. I would've expected it to though.

I think I'd keep the connection the right way rounds as the electronics will need the correct +12V & -12v to run the gun. Then it just picks up the current in the spark lead - I don't think it will care what polarity that is?

Edit - instructions say it should work:
http://accuspark.co.uk/InstructionsPDF/ ... lights.pdf

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Re: SOLD Accuspark SP8000 Timing Light

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Will,work on +ve & -ve systems, just needs connecting up the right way.

I have had 3 timing lights of this type, revs & advance, the one like the one above has been the most accurate & reliable.

They do look a bit crap though.
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Re: SOLD Accuspark SP8000 Timing Light

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Thanks I'll try again, not sure what the issue was.

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