Fantastic write up and i am sure to try all the positions of the non floating position. do i need to attempt this on multiple set ups to be sure it is working correctly? Should I seek permission from My primary ignition coil or is it in the interest of science to forge ahead without consensus?
Now I got ahold of an hpi "2 ten" cdi which is their new 20 w light coil but it has only one hot wire. And the coil is literally encased in epoxy. So I read it as a grounded 12v ac system. So am I correct in thinking that in fact 50% of its potential energy is already disappearing into the frame?
Now with the remaining output. We were going to funnel it into a two wire trail tech with one wire to ground and the other to both the 20 watt light coil and to one side of a silicon rectifier. The other half of the Input to the silicon rectifier connects to ground. the opposite side of the silicon rectifier goes one lead to negative side of a small battery and the other to the positive lead of the battery. Then all the non ignition energy is fed from the neg terminal of the battery and all the electrons return to the positive side ie a floating d/c. I see this as inferior to the above but the only alternative. Do the experts agree?
If I put a flasher relay in would the flasher be before or after the bulbs that will be affected and is it spliced in with one end hot and the other end directly to the positive terminal?