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Date: Wed, 19 Mar 2003 10:35:31 -0000
From: "**-**" <>
Subject: Switching to DI

Fed up of tinkering with the distributor on my 900 and its really limiting my tweaking so I'm switching to DI. Having never played with a 9000 before until today when I pulled the engine out of one it doesn't look too difficult. A quick look round has led me to believe I need to aquire the following. 1. 1989 Carlsson/B202 9000 Turbo DI and APC ECU (seperate boxes) 2. Loom 3. Trigger plate, oil pump housing, sensor from crank pulled of the above 9000 4. The big red DI module 5. Map Sensor 6. APC solenoid looks different so may swap that. 7. Knock Sensor, look different but my multimeter reports they both read the same values so I don't think this will happen. Anything I've missed? Its cheaper than going full standalone, looks well easy to do, all appears to be plug and play as its the same engine and should mean I'm able to push for 350bhp. Any one know how it will re-act with LH2.2? I'm thinking that it won't make any difference what your fueling solution is as it appears to be seperate boxes which don't interact. Any Comments? Matt

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