[DML] Re: Capacitors, and "Ground Bus"
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[DML] Re: Capacitors, and "Ground Bus"

Capacitors were Lotus/DMC's unsuccessful attempt to quiet the electrical system down. It didn't work -- electrical noise has the EFI boys pulling their hair out. The only way they have managed to get their modules to work right is by regrounding their vehicles.

You too have admitted running new grounds to try to sort this mess out. Not to be the bearer of bad news, but that puts you on our side of the sandbox....

Bill Robertson

--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, Marc Levy <malevy_nj@...> wrote:
> Sorry, I thought the reason was obvious..  It was less time consuming, and more permanent than cleaning all of the "stock" grounds.   NOT because those stock ground wires are inadequate.  Please remember, I never found fault with your "ground bus", so you don't need to defend it to me. 
> However, this discussion is ALL IRRELEVANT, and part of the distraction tactic from your initial claim-  That the ground bus is a "fix" for what the capacitors were used for.  You still have yet to type one word that defends this position.
> BTW, I had to install a HUGE "ground bus" on my 66 Mustang. The resistance in the steel body was too high for my 1600W stereo system. 


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