Hey folks, I am just wanting to get some thoughts or advice. I have a Dual ignition Pobjoy 1916, When it is running well it is great. But I have had a few issues with it and Stan Pobjoy has been really unhelpful to deal with. It started with overheating that was confirmed by Custom Vee Dub and Ash Performance (my two mechanics). And also confirmed by all the data online such as The Samba and Ratwell. And Books such as Idiot Guide. Stan just keeps saying that his engine's don't overheat and there is no issues. And I am wrong. Not asking for money, but advice, so pretty disappointing in an engine builder. The latest issue was the Dizzy burnt out and then the coils whilst traveling to Busstop in Mallacoota. The local mechanics managed to put a replacement module in the Dizzy and install a single working coil so I could at least get home. I asked advice from Stan about the timing etc of the motor, and at first he told me that it should not need to be set. But then after another email he advised that if I look down at the rotor you can line two point up to set timing. But cannot use a timing light as the leads he uses read upto 7degrees out. I opened up the dizzy cap yesterday to see if I could find these marks and found that the rotator button has a burnt section in the side wall (Picture below). Anyone have an idea what might be causing this? Could it be that it is a dual ignition dizzy but only one coil is working? And, given that the dizzy turns out being from a 90's pintara, would you all stick with this technology, or would an electronic ignition system be a better option? Something like this https://joeblow.me/products/ignition-systems/mega-spark-ignition-kit-inc-pulley (Of course I have know idea how to install it yet??) Once again I have asked Stan and all I get back is passive aggressive advice that I should not have touched it. Which, when stuck 2000km from home, unable to get Stan on the phone and having to get my family home, is unfortunately not an option. What do you reckon folks? I am not sure how to proceed at the moment. And having the second dizzy burning out (The first one did not have any signs of melting like this one does) I do not feel safe driving it. I am tempted to sell the motor and my 1776 to fund a subi conversion at the moment... But really need to work out a more logical and cost effective plan of a attack to get the bus on the road reliably again.