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Old 01-04-03, 07:09 PM
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by passing the CPU

I am currently building a solo 2 second gen car with a brigdeport 13B. I am using a 45mm DelOroto in lieu of the injection. My problem is I can not get the coils to fire. Does any one know of any way to by pass the CPU? .
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convert to dizzy and run direct fire?
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ignitor uses a computer type signal to fire the coils. it is a "smart" type ignitor. easiest conversion is to install a 12a distributor. haltech makes an ignition only system as well as electromotive that could run as the oem setup does.
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I believe the ECU controls spark. The CPU controls the wipers and blinkers ect...
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