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Date: Wed, 19 Mar 2003 18:35:17 +0000
From: Grunff <>
Subject: Re: Switching to DI

**-** wrote: > Whats to trouble shoot? You should do a search for all the threads where someone thinks they may have a problem with their DI... > I'm running around 1.6bar of boost and its impossible to get the timing > correct for every point throughout the rev range, you either have it timed > up for on boost performance or off boost performance theres no mid point and > no way to stop it pulling retard in as soon as the boost begins to build, > this creates a rather large flat spot that I could do without. No to mention > the difficulty of generating a reliable spark with the kind of CC pressures > present. > > The DI system seems a perfect solution, it looks very easy to bolt onto the > B202 and would solve the above problems. Ok, if you're running that kind of boost, then DI makes good sense. I don't have anything against it; and it undoubtedly has huge advantages over distributer ignition - when it's working properly. But it's still a pig to troubleshoot. Sadly DI modules aren't just good and bad, they can be intermittent, bad at certain revs, and a whole load of failure modes in between :-( -- Grunff

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