RE: [DML] Timing
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RE: [DML] Timing

It's my understanding that 13 degrees is exactly where the timing should be 
set to run properly.

I do want to add that I felt only the Bosch Coils were a good fit for the 
DeLorean.  A friend here tried out the MSD Blaster Coil and his car broke 
down on him and would not start until we put the stock coil back on.  Tried 
it on my old car and it fired so we never did determine the anomaly but his 
car did not like the MSD Coil.  I've heard similar stories about the "Accel" 
brand coils.

I used Herveys Bosch "Super Coil" and I really liked that one.  I believe 
that's the one coil he sells where you need the upgraded resistor.  Looks 
nice too.

Jeff in NC

>From: "delorean6859" <tmadsop@xxxxxxxxxxx>
>Reply-To: dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
>To: dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
>Subject: [DML] Timing
>Date: Thu, 06 Oct 2005 13:39:44 -0000
>I just completed a major tune-up and performance upgrade on 6859. I added 
>John Hervey's kit with the Bosch platinum + 4 plugs, 8 mm wires, MSD 
>Blaster + 2 coil and high performance resistor.  I know the timing can be 
>adjusted plus or minus 2 degrees.  Does adjusting it at a certain point 
>within that range yield better performance.  If so, does it vary with grade 

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