found a correct spot to hook it up, now carb is back to coughing.
I do have high beam lamps with engine running again.
my first guesses for the monojet were not wrong, this fat barrel needs a heater all year round at the fuel line. I took resistor away from carb to fix tach, and now the carb is not happy (I had the resistor heat wrapped on the fuel line). Full rpms ahead, no mistakes. I may do something clever with a coolant line that the intake does not use anymore..wrap the fuel line in copper and feed it the coolant back to subarus own return...act as a heater.
sounds strange, but I'll get a photo.
the cough is at jumping on throttle in dead rev. Not much of it anywhere else.
the CDI install was a gain at slow speed gas odors, and cold start. that is no doubt conquered. Now back to carbs initial problems.
heating the fuel is something it really responded well to. As of now, I think it incresed fuel mileage as well. I drove around without the carb heater and it is not doing so good as it was.
amperage priority finding. I did find something unintentional. going for the fattest 12v IGN switched is common sense to most of us to plug in an ignition box there. the most amps drawn to the most given. 1 amp per 1k rpm. at 5k rpm, that is at least 1/5th of the cars capability to juice it. nothing else takes that much by oem. why do they have those 707 landing gear lights that lit?
I got to thinking..if I am in a correct splice, but now the feed is not big enough (I have signs of old ignition in my new ignition at 2500rpm..where it needs the most). I am going to take the plug apart getting fed, and swap the plugins. In theory this should still leave lights alone, as I am not on that wire anymore.. yet give the cdi box the bigger juice I already measured, and ran to 7500 rpm faultlessly. the no odors in rich condition (cold start, or fat accel pump) was priceless. I will not be giving up this quest. Seems easy now with trial end error behind me. I feel for those that have no beginning or end in the spaghetti under the dash. The map even by oem can't even dictate where the bigger amps are going to go, and if they did..they don't know what will interfere with what when one needs to tap it. Some manufactures are natural pros at reading users minds about the future of stuff getting plugged in. I won't confess my favorite.
I am lucky with this old ricer. Adding ignition is a big deal...it sure as hell was my least favorite. I procrastinated a needed cdi box for years.