calumlorimer wrote:you can have a mappable thingy but the whatdyamacallit has to be left standard.
Basically gives fully mappable ignition on the cheap with the possibilty of injection aswell.
Zippyrude wrote:you lot are nutters
Gilesy wrote:Zippyrude wrote:you lot are nutters
And why? No more wet dizzys, dud points, caps or rotors, and almost free curve changes when the engine's altered.
Gilesy wrote:Yeah, I'm putting a list together of all the parts needed, and photographing the parts I have as I get them. So far I'm short of the VR sensor and trigger wheel, but I've found a Sierra in a local scrappy with them still fitted
I won't go into the whole board populating thing - that's more than well enough covered on the MJ website, but I will try to cover opening up and de-pinning the ford connectors for rewiring/soldering, knocking up a home-made VRS bracket and the trigger wheel, mounting the coil pack etc.
When I first started looking into MJ it was a really unknown area to me, so I think a database of proven maps, and perhaps a set of "safe" maps to get people as far as the rolling road would make the whole proposition a little less alien to future noobs.
Brontoman wrote:Where are you getting the bits from Gilesy?
I have tried Alex a few times but he is not very quick to respond. I need the oscillator and map sensor + another couple of bits.
l_jonez wrote:so would you guys say it was worth the time and money?
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