Because volts are moving and load is pulsating on ballast the reading is kind of meaningless .
But that sounds about right . If no skipping at high speed and dwell is ok ( that is what really matters --you need an old fashioned dwell meter to get dual points right ) you are ok . When points close , v drops through ballast --when open it goes up to 12 no drop . You Are reading the average . By the way digital meters compound all this due to periodic sampling . No good on cars .
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