Real classy, attack the person, not the claims.
CARB says: "The manufacturer of replacement electronic ignitions determines which of their models are considered replacements for original equipment. These replacement electronic ignitions are then listed by vehicle year, make, model and engine size in the manufacturer's catalogue. Electronic ignitions or electronic point replacement units for vehicles not originally equipped with these items require an Executive Order to be legal for street use. Swapping electronic ignitions from different years, engines, or makes is illegal."
And I stand corrected on flam test. But if we're honest, in aviation, $40 and $1000 is just a rounding error.
How about my other two examples?