and you can not check voltage at the coil with a voltmeter. It pulses and takes better equipment then I have.
I did find out the situation last night. After checking timing(still at 30 like it was set), I did notice my timing light would go black occasionally. You could hear it in the motor when it did.
I found the spare cap, rotor and installed them> Runs perfect. Timing is dead on and no miss. Taking a close look at the cap I noticed the inside roof had some rub spots in it around the ribs. Can't really see any marks on the rotor, but I guess it must be the screw head that holds the arm on must have been rubbing? You can't really feel it rubbing just by sticking it in the cap and pushing hard on it. It runs for now, that is all that matters. Ugh.
2006/2009 UMTR Points Champion