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Re: Jeepything.-gctid444

Post by Simon_Admin » Sat Dec 17, 2016 12:47 pm

Thanks for that, it's been another car that took over my life have a look at

Megajolt used to be a cheap option as they did a kit, form memory the kit was about £80 inc optional rev limiter and import costs, the whole lot inc trigger wheel wiring, EDIS 8 module from Canada came in at £200, the NODIZ looks like a further development as you don't need the EDIS thing.

If you are looking for really cheap there is a way to run the zetec using the EDIS4 and a ford ECU from a CVH check out you would have to ebay for the bits our scour the back corners of the breakers !

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Re: Jeepything.-gctid444

Post by PeterS » Sun Dec 18, 2016 2:36 pm

Excellent and informative re-build on the TVR, thanks for sharing. The sort of car I can only dream off unfortunately though.

Megajolt was one of the initial options but when I saw the Nodiz Pro video on YouTube of how easily they plug onto the Zetec engine and simply wire into the car it became my top choice. Saving a few quid is one thing but saving time and stress is another and wiring I find incredibly stressful, it's just not my thing no matter how hard I try.

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Re: Jeepything.-gctid444

Post by PaulG » Sun Jan 08, 2017 6:49 pm

Fab, another Zetec powered Ranger :-)
My bike carbs have been one of the things causing me lots of frustration trying to get the car finished.
Nodiz Pro ignition only system works really well.

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