So I was quite disappointed to find out AFTER I bought a Pertronix ignition kit for my car (way to be upfront in your advertising Pertronix) that it requires tearing up your wiring harness behind the dash. Let sleeping dogs lay, that’s likely to create a host of new electrical problems. Looking for an easier way, something all forward of the firewall, I noticed two things. I see wire 262 feeds a full 12 volts back into the ignition circuit downstream from the resistor wire while the starter cranks for a hotter spark at that time. And wire 904 is 12 volt power from the ignition switch to the regulator, on when the car is on. What happens if you put a jumper wire between them? There doesn’t appear to be continuity between the high and low amp outputs from the starter solenoid when off, but if there ever were a fuse in the jumper would prevent your little wires from trying to drive the starter. A slightly less unobtrusive method would be to run a jumper straight from 904 to the coil. It seems too simple. What am I missing?