well, that's why I'm skeptical that your replacement dizzy is right
for all applications from '63 - '71.
"Dodd, Kelvin" wrote:
> > So what happens if you run a 25D on an 18V engine?
> As in all life. Everything is inter-related and one question creates
> What 25D? 18V engine with what carburation?
> If it is an early 25D dist. connected up to the vacuum port of the manifold
> then the characteristics get kinda wonky and you will not be a happy MG
> If it is a 25D off an HIF equipped car, then it should work ok if timed to
> HIF spec.
> Once you start mixing components up you really have to understand how the
> engine works to determine what changes need to be made to balance the
> system. To be honest, that is beyond my level of understanding, experience,
> time or test equipment. But I have fun wandering around in the dark
> thinking that I have found a better way.
> My suggestion is that you stick with a tried and tested system unless you
> have the money and time to change to a different known system that works
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