Apologies if this is in the wrong catagory.
Ive made the desicion to fit megajolt to the engine im building up and have decided to document the process for all you lovely people to have a ganders at incase you need some ideas/help with your own install.
At the moment ive only just started ordering afew parts, the Edis-4 Unit, coil pack and sensor will be sourced from a scrappy when i get around to it.
Just so you know what engine im adding it to, the final engine will be...
-Kent 276 Cam
-Stage 3 Head (Minispeed)
-Center main strap
-Vernier Duplex Timing Gear
-3.44 Final Drive Ratio
-5 or 6 in Manifold
-Length of rampipes/velocity stacks or trumpets(depending on what you know them as) is unknown right now
Ive already placed the order for the Megajolt unit (V4) from Autosportlabs.net which is yet to arrive.
Have just recieved the 36-1 Trigger wheel from Trigger-wheels.com
Very impressed with the speed of there delivery as it arrived 2 days after i ordered at 9pm
(Sorry about the size of these images, every time i resize them to 300px wide in the editor then go back to full size)
Ive read the manual afew times so i can get my head around all the functions and features.
Ive decided to use the Aux input to read a tempeture sensor so that when the engines cold it retards the ignition and as it warms slowly returns to the set degrees of advanced.
As you cant use the standard temp sensor for both the temp gauge and the megajolt im going to drill and tap the thermostat housing to take another sensor which i will use for the gauge and use the head mounted one for the Megajolt.
Ive also decided to make use of the switchable configuration allowing you to have two maps which you can switch between.
For the config switch ive decided to make a plate which im doing to mount into the ashtray hole on the top dash rail which will also hold the Tuning DB9 COM port and an indicator LED to tell me when im using the second config. (Photoshopped mock up below)
Im sourcing the Flush fit latching button from Ebay, just search "SAVAGE button" (They do some with signs on too)
I will update this topic with more pictures and information when ive done more.
Edited by jackmason, 19 January 2012 - 12:08 PM.