I guess I should. But no offense I don’t trust any main stream shops or dealers to properly diagnose. I need to find a EricTheCarGuy type..
At idle, the engine runs at 550 to 600 rpm, that means the coil flashes the plug at 35 times a minute, your not likely to see a single miss using a light.My next step is to connect T pins to coil input signal and see if it will light a test light? I think the ignitor signal from ECU is a 5v circuit (not sure) so it may not light? If it does I want to film it to se if it blanks out and misses on the input side of coil like it does on output side..
Ultimately if I cannot locate the problem I will consider an ECU swap.
I only ask because I tried to research this before and I always found feedback indicated in a 4 stroke each cylinder always fires 50% of crankshaft rotation (RPM). Below are things I found in different links.600/2/8 = 37.5
|1 RPM is one revolution of the crankshaft per minute.|
A two cycle engine fires once per revolution (per cylinder)
A four cycle engine fires once per two revolutions (per cylinder)
So at 1,000 RPM