Steve this is the kinetic flywheel that I got to work on my grande with an anticipato crank and kinetic coils. I posted all this in my usually too lengthy posts on trying to get that engine to work. I too am using the Parma coil. Mallosi 64 cc kit.
This is the build where the kinetic coils as mounted on a Vespa case didn't exactly fit because the coils touched the flywheel. So I sanded the coils to reduce the size. I didn't slot the holes because it appears the metal sandwich is secured by a rivet type of deal that the mounting screws go to the case. Others said I obviously had no idea of how to do it right (Alex) , and hell if I don't disagree but nevertheless it was the only way I could figure it out plus then is the question of actually timing it correctly without a blessed keyway seeing that the timing was off in either the Vespa case vs the kinetic case ( I suspect the mounts for the coils are slightly different ) or somehow the woodruff key is cut into a different point of the crankshaft of a true kinetic cdi crank.
So yeah I imagine u have 12v floated led fever as well as cdi madness ( I have such afflictions ) but stop in the name of love before you break your heart....seriously consider the virtues of Vespa points and 6v ac before you disappear down the rabbit hole. Rediculously easy to get riding.