I knew a fella that hooked up his battery backwards and was burning out points until some one pointed it out to him? At least that's what he told me.
I'd think you can still get an electronic ignition replacement for points. I had an Alfa Romeo that ate points. Got a kit way back then that was just a sensor that bolted the same place as the point mechanism did. The sensor could read the high points on the came lobe to tell when to fire. Of course, you could rotate the distributor to get the right advance, etc. Don't recall what it was but I'll bet you can get a system on line.
My Alfa always would sit there idling very smoothly after going mile after mile. Before, after 1,000 or so miles, it would idle roughly and would cut out when revved, and you really needed to rev that 1,300 cc engine.
Sorry, your answer is 100% incorrect, and is bad info.
Ic14sb coil run with no resistor on 12v.
Go back to school...
There are no starter bypass relay on N!!
Please don't offer advice if you have 0 knowledge of the application!