Originally Posted by Airhead Wrangler
Your conclusion is right though. In order to trigger each cylinder once every 720 degrees of crank rotation, you'd need to make a rotor with only one trigger point on it instead of two which the stock one has. You'd also need one sensor to have a bit of adjustment to get it just right. As big as a PITA as that sounds, ducatis are like that.
That's what I meant to say. I was getting my wasted spark setups and my dual spark setups mixed up in my head.
Advances stuck on full advance? I work on quite a few bean can setups and I have never seen it. I have never had any problem with my 200,000 miles of personal bean can advance experience. I could find a nonop electronic advance and fix it with a mechanical one and claim they start better than electronic but what good does that do?