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Re: Re: Franco gear
In a message dated 97-11-15 05:00:09 EST, you write:
<< If you did this, the ignition would be advanced 7 degrees more than the
ECU wants it to be until higher rpms at which time it would be retarded 3
degrees. That is, unless the ECU ignores the distributor sensor after
startup. Maybe Orin would have some light to shed on this.
> the high voltage terminals become too misaligned for the rest of the rpm
> band? Perhaps an inseries electronic time delay could be used, depending
> on the nature of the output from the hall-effect sensor.
Maybe. I'm an ME not a EE, so it starts to get over my head sometimes
pretty easily. :-)
Indeed, graydon the dist signal is ignored once running. Test is: start car,
move distributor 10 degrees, car still runs, but you get 2312 code, btdt. So
the gear will work in the MC cars (it starts at 0), just have to deal with
the light somehow. A program change to ignore that code is prolly not out of