1. the tricon kill will work as a kill , with points ignition , if you wire it at the right spots
for positive ground ... wire the kill to both
positive poles of both coils .
the kill , when pushed , over-rides the points and denies the coils a chance to collapse ... so the engine dies .
the kill is "safe" because it uses the resistive path of the coils as the load
2. you could fit a tricon kill to one of the stator signal leads of most analog Boyer
ignitions too .
and it should work . ( not the cleanest wiring method , but viable if done well )
(one end of the triggering signal is shunted so there is no complete signal circuit ) ...
3. the original triconsul was performing a different function than the tricon ...with what looks like the same switch ,
but the inside of one of the switches is wired differently ... and has a different colored switch button to distinguish the feature .
the high beam flash is designed to be used when passing or to get another driver's attention .
its not a must have thing till you get used to having one .