[s-cars] Ignition System Improvement?

James Murray (LMC) James.Murray at ericsson.ca
Tue Jan 28 08:39:30 EST 2003

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The question is... does this product/method/trick/etc. work? and can it mak=
e a marked improvement in our ignition systems, regardless of your base HP/=

Rather than a GP, anyone interested in a list project to find out!? Since I=
gnition Solutions can modifiy our existing coils at a considerably lower pr=
ice than buying new, I would be willing to donate 3 coils and front some ca=
sh towards a test project. We would need two more coils, and others willing=
 to chip in. Ideally it would be fun to try this out on high end car like R=
od's or a regular shmo car like mine and feel the difference, but the best =
test would be whoever has access to a Dyno. Anyone live near Ignition Solut=
ions in San Diego, CA?

Ok, for those of you just don't give a rats ass about this topic, here's so=
me interesting reading about Audi & VW coils...Phantom ignition problems do=
 indeed seem to plague Audi & VW according to this article...


or the Keith version of that: http://makeashorterlink.com/?M54F24F33

Cheers, /Jamu.

> -----Original Message-----
> From:	S4audinut at aol.com [SMTP:S4audinut at aol.com]
> Sent:	January 27, 2003 11:14 PM
> To:	vfregeac at sympatico.ca; James.Murray at ericsson.ca; s-car-list at audifans.=
> Subject:	Re: RE : [s-cars] Ignition System Improvement?
> In a message dated 01/27/2003 8:02:20 PM Eastern Standard Time, vfregeac@=
sympatico.ca writes:
> I run the full AAN ignition with a different MAF and acheive 485hp on 91 =
oct and 508hp on 99octane. I hear from reliable sources that 560hp is avail=
able without much problem with regard to ignition. I must say however that =
every component in the ignition system must be in really good order or you =
have phantom problems which drive you crazy to diagnose and fix.
> Rod

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