Hi all, The ignition trigger on my dual plugged 86' R80 died a little while back. I had initially wanted to move to the Alpha Ignition, but conveniently it was being re-designed and out of stock everywhere (I haven't checked in a little while, but it may still be the case). I currently have the Enduralast 450W alternator with the heavy duty ignition module. Anyway, in the meantime I bought a used ignition trigger (I know...) to get by until I could upgrade. I was checking the timing with a timing light after installing the new/old can, and found that increasing the engine speed didn't change the position of the flywheel timing mark. No matter how much throttle I gave, it just sat at "S". I have read about a sticking advance mechanism, but it seemed to me that the problem often was that it was stuck in advance. Does this sound like a matter of taking the ignition trigger apart to lube, or could something else be afoul? Any thoughts would be appreciated.