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Re: In-car timing adjuster
« Reply #8 on: June 05, 2008, 22:41:57 pm »
I agree to that, it's just that you dont get the right readings from the one you pointed at, just making shure you knew the ignition had to be retarded since you pinted out a advancing ignition controller

Btw for you guys runing EFI you can chose XFI F.A.S.T, they hawe realy good wire solutions for just about anny modern engine and you can adjust it easy with your laptop


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Not all those adjusters are as easy as u make it out to sound but ya its possible.

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Re: In-car timing adjuster
« Reply #9 on: June 16, 2008, 03:52:27 am »
If possible I plan on getting one of these devices when I get to the point of automobile engines. I wish they had an item that would do timing adjustment on small engines as I would like to get these working on hydrogen alone. I think this would be a great learning experience that would create more knowledge to tackle many of the problems associated with the use of hydrogen in larger engines. At any rate I am beginning small.

I think I would prefer many monitors while in the experimental stages while operating any type of timing control.

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Re: In-car timing adjuster
« Reply #10 on: September 26, 2008, 14:31:31 pm »
CarbedNotch,

Thanks for sharing about  this.  Great stuff!!

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Re: In-car timing adjuster
« Reply #11 on: September 26, 2008, 20:06:04 pm »
 Here is a link to another site, where, someone is making a timing circuit, mechanically, to get rid of waste spark on small engines.

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