Re: ignition timing adjustment methods
Interesting thought about timing changing with engine speed but if the system is triggering on the 0V crossing point I doubt it would change much if at all. When you consider the speed of switching a transistor and the much lower top rpm of the engine it doesn't seem like the CDI would really see a serious change. Since the engine idles around 1000-1500rpm or so and has a top speed of around 9000rpm that would only be a 1:9 - 1:6 ratio change in the frequency change of the ignition speed. Not all that much for the size of the windings in the magneto and components in the CDI.
Goldwing 1500, Silverwing 600, Schwinn 49