- Yes, if I was able to purchase a car for cellery right now it would be an older subaru. One with a distributor. Also for those with some fundage the newMessage 1 of 37 , Nov 1, 2008View SourceYes, if I was able to purchase a car for cellery right now it would be an older subaru. One with a distributor. Also for those with some fundage the new Mitsubishi Evolution looks like a very good car for cellery. The newer models have a plug on them that allows the experimenter to totally manipulate the timing maps in the cars computer, with a personal computer. Pretty cool.
On Sun, 02 Nov 2008 19:38:50 -0000
"Gillian" <remedydevices@...> wrote:
> I dont know much about engines I am afraid, but a little voice in my
> head suggested a Subaru, partly because Subaru enegines are often
> adapted for use in Ultralight Aircraft.
> I checked their web site and found that all their engines are
> Aluminum and water cooled of course, I dont know if they have any
> other qualities that are suitable.
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "runningbarely2000"
> <Runningbare@...> wrote:
> > --- In email@example.com, "Adrian"
> <adrian.mutimer@> wrote:
> > > On a more general topic it would be a very helful thing is there
> > > some better car recomendations for people in the USA. Somebody
> > > to identify some models that have engines with the
> characteristics I
> > > mentioned earlier. Right now I do not know the name of any at
> all and
> > > nobody else does, as far as I know.
> > >
> > > Regards
> > >
> > >
> > > Adrian
> > Adrian,
> > If you go to post #21540 from last June 16, Marcus Hagen
> lists severable suitable
> > models of American cars with the characteristics you mentioned and
> describes some pros
> > & cons of their features.
> > Ron
- I have moved on since then to other options. The Suburu is back to being transportation.Message 37 of 37 , Nov 4, 2008View Source
I have moved on since then to other options. The Suburu is back to being transportation.
Kelburn Koontz wrote:
Have you considered trying to advance the timing by moving plug wires or pulling the dizzy out and putting it back in a tooth or so off?
This method will take a lot of trial and error, but it may allow you to do some experimenting.
On Mon, 03 Nov 2008 10:13:52 -0500
Jim Clark <huuman60@comcast. net> wrote:
> As some of you know, I tried a Suburu conversion (4 cyl boxer '96
> Legacy) about a month ago and it started to convert. Problem was that I
> had no way of advancing the distributor past 10 degrees. .It ran rough
> for about a week after it started to change over, but now it is back to
> normal. If someone figures out how to get past the ECU, I am sure that
> it would be a good candidate.