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AshG 24th October 2009 10:51 PM

Been Busy today
 
have had fun today testing my megajolt on the work bench. i am pleased to say everything works as it should :D

here is a little vid just to show all you oldies out there how easy it is to do electronic ignition.


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=02cKizZzJWw

fabbyglass 24th October 2009 11:30 PM

Work of the devil.....what's wrong with points 'n carbies;)

dogwood 24th October 2009 11:33 PM

Looks good mate,
Now all ya got to do is fit it in the car...:D

If ya need a hand don't ask me....
If a compoota is involved then I ain't ya man....(Old man that is):rolleyes:


David

tkpm 24th October 2009 11:35 PM

This may sound stupid, but whats a megajolt :o

londonsean69 24th October 2009 11:42 PM

Let me google that for you :D

The megasquirt was designed to run fuel injection, so is a standalone ecu, capable of running injection, ignition etc.

The megajolt is a cut down version that only does the ignition map

dogwood 24th October 2009 11:48 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by tkpm (Post 23704)
This may sound stupid, but whats a megajolt :o

What I get when I open my Barclaycard bill at the end of the month...:eek:

fabbyglass 24th October 2009 11:56 PM

Dogbloke
I ran out of time to get a pair of wings made... but the bloke who also does grp where my daughter is doing seats might just have some kicking about.

AshG 24th October 2009 11:59 PM

fitting is well underway


gingea1pom 25th October 2009 09:51 AM

Ash,

That looked fantastic. What where you adjusting with the screwdriver?

I understand the concept but have never used one. From the vid I guess there is no conventional dizy envolved all the 'timing' is done by the toothed wheel?

I really will ring today some time sorry, the whole family is sick exept me!!

Rik178m 25th October 2009 11:24 AM

It was the Throttle Position Sensor I think.

Wow that looks cool! wayyyyyyy beyond my skills at the min though!


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