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    I switched over to EFI from mechanical injection with Pro Mag 44 & Grid setup. Doing the prestart checks, I have no spark during cranking. If I unplug points wire (A6) from the purple wire on the mag and plug the purple & green wires into itself, it has spark. Tried switching different output signal types and can't get anything to work. Does anyone know the correct setup for this ignition. Thanks in advance.

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    You may need to tighten the crank trigger sensor gap up a bit. Leahey calls for .090-.100", but you may need .060". The other thing is the engine has to spin at least 250 RPM for the Mag to work. The first starters we had, would only get 180 RPM and it would light. We ended up using a 12 volt Meziere starter, hit the small stud with 12V and the other with 24V or 36V. We use 36V per Brad Anderson and have never had an issue.

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