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timing light
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I need a new timing light. I used mine on a Chevrolet yesterday and it died, really. I haven't looked for timing light in a long time so I'asking for input on what works well. Must work with points, electronic ignition, and Multiple spark capacitive discharge ignition. Dial back would be nice although I rarely use it. I see some have a tach as well. That would be nice also if it is reasonably accurate. All input appreciated. Thanks, Chuck
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I got the Inova Pro, it does everything and has digital tach. Seems to work well. About 100 bucks online & comes in a plastic case.

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Ferret Instruments used to be the hot ticket, they were what Mac Tools rebranded. Some of the reviews online indicate that they are no longer around.

So, if you happen to come across a used Ferret light I wouldn't hesitate if it was cheap.
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(12-23-2018, 07:40 PM)jpaz Wrote: I got the Inova Pro, it does everything and has digital tach. Seems to work well. About 100 bucks online & comes in a plastic case.

Ditto... Innova Pro for me as well. Nice piece at a reasonable price.
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Chuck, I bought an Innova 3568a. May be a bit below the Pro, no case either, but works well. The tach matches pretty close to the Rocketman tach in the car. I suggest a Google search.
Geoff.

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I have the Craftsman Digital Timing light and am very happy with it. I bought it a few years ago on sale for $99.00 when Sears still had tools.......
Here is a link.
https://www.ebay.com/itm/Craftsman-Profe...:rk:9:pf:0

Thanks, Jay
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#7
Also have the Inova.

mike

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