Re: [DMCForum] Re: More Power (grunt, grunt grunt)
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Re: [DMCForum] Re: More Power (grunt, grunt grunt)



It depends how you define a "distributor". The EFI PRVs all (bar one) 
use a rotor arm on the end of one cam and a cap bolted up to it. It's 
the simplest way to limit the information required by the ECU. You then 
run a single coil rather than three (or six) - less to go wrong, and you 
only need to worry about changing the cap and rotor now and then. Yes, 
our DeLorean dizzys do a bit more than that and we're using the impulse 
coil but none of the rest of it apart form the cap and rotor. With the 
upgrade, it's all a damn site easier to access too :-)

Martin

gullwingmag wrote:

>--- In DMCForum@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, Martin Gutkowski - DMC Ltd 
><martin@...> wrote:
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>>More reliable than coil packs... 
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>Help me here... then why has everyone moved to coil pack setups over 
>the last 15 years and away from the typical setup?  Did I miss 
>something?  And Martin, dont take me wrong, I respect your work and 
>your input greatly.
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>Ron
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