Date: Sat, 02 Sep 2006 01:05:13 GMT
From: Jeremy <jerem43nospamnet>
Subject: Re: Electronic ignition conversion kits

I have looked at the page before, they have the whole shebang in a new billet aluminum (aluminium for the Commonwealth countries) distributer. Real nice, I wonder if it will fit in a Saab c900t? Any one know (again)? it is on the front page of the site. JB MH wrote: >> I want to improve the spark on my '86 900t, and I already have a new >> coil, plugs and wires. This is a last idea that would eliminate the >> rotor from the distributer and replace it with an electronic ignition >> module. > > > The type of electronic ignition in your link does _not_ eliminate the > rotor (even when the pics in the link do not show it), only DI does... > It eliminates the breaker points. I have put a similar Pertronix > ignition in my V4 Saabs, no problem installation and operation ((unit > 1847v), cost about US$ 65) . Uses the standard coil and spark plugs. If > your coil has a resistor in series, you need to connect the red lead of > the electronic ignition to the +12 V side of the resistor. > >> Anyone konw the type of distributer Saab used in the c900? (Bosch, Delco > > I think it's a Bosch distributor. Later 900s have electronic ignition, > you could probably use one of those distributors (and computers). >

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