I saw your SSI conversion link. Does the engines and magnets website sell the conversion kit? I plan on using the kit to do my first one but I want to know where to acquire all the parts. From the look of diagrams and pictures i've seen it shouldn't be too horrendous to do.
Yes, his buddy Mike Brooks I think, sells the kit for him, phone # and Addy on his "#1 tecumseh igntions part 1 page .
his website is down, but he has a backup for right now.
Personally, if I was spending the money outright for a complete kit, I would go with the Overnight Solution ignition kit. It's a direct plug and play kit and keeps like original. All other kits switch over to a battery-coil system so you have a have a good working charging system too.
I will be using an old module on my next conversion, I already removed epoxy from the back and need to add jumper wires so I can use the module as a pickup only. Then a Chrysler box $25 and coil $25 and some small stuff and I should be in business for cheap cause that's how I roll, cheap!
My set up in sig works well, but it was created by a buddy of mine trying to come up with an alternative fix, not for everyone. Luckily I had a flywheel with a broken ignition pin or I would have be nervous about removing them as it's pretty much permanent.