VinTin wrote:The 1957 Javelin didn't have kill wires going to both ignition points. Did you add a second wire?
Also the 57 Javelin isn't covered in the wiring diagram you posted.
Are you sure the both wires really go all the way back to the two sets of points?
0.6 ohms sounds low for two primaries in series.
Good point on the kill wires for the 1957 model.... I believe I would start at each set of points (if in fact they each have a stop wire attached to them) and work my way down with an ohm meter. Don't forget to wiggle wires and connections during testing. FYI, those little knife connectors on the stop circuit wires are notorious for opens. Just for kicks, consider using an analog ohm meter for these tests. Digital meters can make us chase our tails sometimes.
You can recheck the gap on each set of points, and be certain that they are closing squarely. You don't need to re torque the flywheel nut to retest the system... just drop the flywheel on and finger tighten the nut. After the problem is solved, then torque to specs.