Is there any advantage in using dizzy vs. coil pack for a VR setup? I'm in the middle of a OBD1 VR project so I can go either way. Stand alone may be in the future if it make any difference.
No turbo for this project (the other VR car I have I’ll turbo next). This project is an OBD1 3.1 liter 11.2:1 compression .. I’d rather not change out from OBD1 since all new sensors were installed. I’m just trying to figure out if there is an advantage with dizzy vs. coil.
Any thoughts would be much appreciated.
Last edited by jocel66; 04-05-2013 at 04:55 PM.
Yeah, dizzy always starts.
13.0:1 is crazy, especially if not a race car only.
If you look at a lot of German 12v Turbo cars, they still run distributor.
One of the more famous ones, Der Renner.
OK stupid question in order to go Ob2. Does one need to convert to coilpack? Im thinking yes because of ecu or am I all wrong? Always had dizzy w/o turbo so no exp
Last edited by jocel66; 04-05-2013 at 04:56 PM.
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