Re: [DML] distributor
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Re: [DML] distributor

I'm running the MegaSquirt on an 85 Nissan truck, and a buddy has it 
on his 84 300zx turbo.  (not to get too off topic)
It is a viable system, you need a firm understanding of what is 
required for an engine to run.  And yes there are many variations and 
Check out and for more info.
I personally will keep the k-jetronic on my D since I prefer to keep 
it stock.


--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, Marc Levy <malevy_nj@xxxx> wrote:
> Last time I looked in to in, there were some add-on's
> to the DIY "MegaSquirt" project.  I don't remember the
> names, but there were a few of them.
> Take a look at that system for a cost effective way to
> convert the PRV engine to electronic ignition AND fuel
> injection.  
> IMHO.... it will make the engine more reliable, easier
> to tune, more efficient, and more powerful.
> --- Cecil Longwisch <dmc1982@xxxx> wrote:
> > 
> > 
> > Building on Bruce's comment below, is there a
> > computer controlled 
> > distributor that is available that willl work in the
> > DeLorean? It would be a 
> > great help with the turbo setups and other engine
> > modifications.
> > 
> > Cecil Longwisch
> > #10663
> >
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