> > The BMW 2002tii uses this same mechanical technology. It works
> > well and when you add up all the other costs, this option may well
> > the cheaper alternative.
> These of course were for Bosch distributors and not usable in Lucas
Exactly. I was just ponting out that the technology is viable.
> The 'ground it out completely' school _is_ a bit hard on the
machinery - the
> fuel is in the cylinder and when it fires again it stresses the bottom
> So-called 'soft touch' limiters like MSD will kill one cylinder at a
> you do get firing every other cycle or so.
This is the better approach and is designed for the driver who hits
the rev limiter regularly -- almost like a shift light. The 2002tii
is to prevent engine damage only.
For the tii, the distributor rotor is about $20. The MSD unit is a
dollars more. Intended use should dictate your course of action.
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