+1 Andy !! Seems like I have done everything possible wrong at some point. The above is one of them.
I also can go to alot of trouble to outdo myself. Once, convinced it was a great idea to “pre-oil” and bed stuff in a bit before actual 1st start, I rigged up a drive coupling to the primary crank spline, and let the motor turn awhile on electric drive. I was quite happy with the mechanical results, and NO it didn’t burn oil, still doesn’t. BUT, the electrical results took awhile to make sense. Ignition was not working, and had been working before work. Now what? From help here, I learned that my efforts fried the Boyer
. Spinning the motor, switch on to see the OP light go out, with the plugs removed and wires hanging loose, killed the Boyer
. Just one more lesson from the UofHardNox. Now I always have the plug wires in the circuit.
I have others but this one took the most effort to screw up!!!!!