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  1. Hi, My VVT pro has failed again, so ST170 engine is under power. Spoke to ME and Trigger wheels they suggest to get the ME100. It can run the engine and provide VVT control, has anyone used a ME100? Any comments about fitting?
  2. for sale is a set of zx6r bike carbs jetted for 2L blacktop was running around 180bhp when they were on also have a danst inlet manifold to suit the carbs, will come with silicone connecting pieces as well pictures on request. also have a megajolt for sale also setup for 2L zetec looking for £499 for the lot only removed as gone turbo and fuel injection
  3. Hi, Getting very frustrated, looking for fresh ideas before I blow a gasket.....sell the bloody car....or set it on fire! I have fitted a ST170 engine using Megajolt with original Ford Edis and coil pack. Everything was working, test drive down street was OK but the Dellorto twin 40's could not give enough fuel/air at idling and acceleration (jetted for 1.6). After speaking to webcon and pricing up parts I decided to order Twin 45 webers with 5 progression holes (specific for Zetec), fitted them and everything was running OK on test drive. Waiting for rolling road session, however after a trip to A&E with chest pains and a minor operation I had not touched the car. Returned back to car after 6 weeks the car will not start. I am getting fuel and spark, I have also tried another coil and changed spark plugs. Switching at coil OK with test light primary coil readings 1.3 ohms and Secondary coil readings 10.38, I believe within parameter. I have not touched any wiring, although next job is to make it tidy with cable covering. I do occasionally get back fire through exhaust and popping back through carbs, feels like timing, maybe over fueling. I have removed Megajolt plug and tried on Edis limp home settings but still no success. I need your help, what other tests can I do before starting fresh with ignition and fuel system?
  4. Hi All, I'm in the process of installing Megajolt to my Pinto engine which is running on cbr900 bike carbs. I would like to have a second temperature sensor so that the Megajolt can adjust the timing relative to the temperature of the engine. I am aware that I cannot use the temperature sensor in the head for the MJ as well as the temp gauge so I need a second one. I have a temp sensor in the top pipe already for my temp controlled fan. Does anyone have any other ideas where I could put another one? Having read this forum (http://www.locostbuilders.co.uk/forum/3/viewthread.php?tid=63708) it appears I could put one in the coolant drain bore (3/8 NPT thread). Has anyone else done this? Thanks all!
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    Finding Tdc For The Megajolt

    I have a mejajolt kit to fit and before I order a new trigger wheel I want to find out how easy it is to find TDC or what tools/who I would need to help. See below for my current wheel. I was thinking of bolting the trigger wheel to the pully through the central bolt, and also roll pins or bolts to stop any rotation. Any other suggestions for attaching the trigger wheel welcome, as well as a good method to set it up correctly. Thanks.
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