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I have just installed Steven DuChene, crank  fired ignition kit, on my 1974,

907 Jensen Healey.  Superior quality machined brackets, east to follow

instructions.

No more distributor leaks.  From average running to spot on timing, and

super acceleration.

This should be a  upgrade to all Jensen Healeys.

Navy  Las Cruces NM

 

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How much was it and how can we get them?

Kurt

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Kurt,

In this catagory, ignition, see progress on crank fired distributors installation

by Steven D57, dated 3/31/12.

He has a 14 page article for for the asking includes cost, etc.

Jim Navy--Las Cruces NM

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Merry Christmas to all and Happy New Year!

I have all the parts ready to install except the megajolt unit.  Where did you get it?  I seem to have trouble with the megajolt web site and how to contact those people.  How much was it?  Did you program it?  I am unable to accomplish and computer programming and Steve said he would do it for me when I get the megajolt.....

 

Frank Schwartz

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I have an updated conversion article (version 4.01) as a 21 page PDF file . This article includes cost estimates for the various pieces necessary to do the conversion, wiring diagrams, parts lists, and a lot of background information on the why's and where-to-fore's behind the conversion.

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Frank Schwartz wrote: Merry Christmas to all and Happy New Year!

I have all the parts ready to install except the megajolt unit.  Where did you get it?  I seem to have trouble with the megajolt web site and how to contact those people.  How much was it?  Did you program it?  I am unable to accomplish and computer programming and Steve said he would do it for me when I get the megajolt.....

 

Frank Schwartz
Yes, I programmed Jim's Megajolt ECU for him and then sent it back to him. I believe he just purchased it through the Autosport Labs web site.

BTW, the new product name is the Megajolt/E (E for EDIS) since they are supposed to be coming out with a more complex follow-on product that will have a slightly different functionality and name. The Megajolt/E is still priced at $161.95 + $6.95 for the programming cable.

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OK...the next question is how do I find the company and how do I make a purchase from  them?   That has been my problem...

Frank

 

Oh, yes, again...Merry Christmas !!!!!!!!

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Very simple. Go to:

http://www.autosportlabs.com/megajolte-p-41.html

then scroll down to the bottom third of the page, just past the pictures of the "System Diagram" and "Tuning Software" where you will see some pull down menus to make choices about the options you want to order. The three default choices are "No Hard Rev Limit needed", "Internal 2.5 Bar Manifold Pressure (MAP) Sensor", and "Include Cable (+6.95)". Leave those at the default and then just below that and over on the right there will be a small button that says "Add to Cart". Click that which will take you to the contents of your current shopping cart. You should end up with a total of $168.90 and another button on the right side that says "Checkout". Click that and then follow the directions for "I am a new customer" with a continue button. Fill out all of the stuff on the next page and then again click "Continue" which in theory should take you to the next page where you enter your payment information.

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Right !    I'll do it tomorrow...probably in the evening after I have stuffed myself on Turkey and all the trimmings...  

Thank you,

Frank

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I ordered it today !  My Christmas  present to me.  

Merry Christmas to all and to all a good night !!!!

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StevenD57 wrote: I have an updated conversion article (version 4.01) as a 21 page PDF file . This article includes cost estimates for the various pieces necessary to do the conversion, wiring diagrams, parts lists, and a lot of background information on the why's and where-to-fore's behind the conversion.

Hi Steven, Please forward the PDF to:

klhoush at comcast.net 

Thanks and happy holidays,

Kurt

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Hello Steve,
Could you include me in that e-mail.
Thanks,
John English
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Is this the same procedure that was in the most recent JHPS newsletter?

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Yes, The article in the JHPS bulletin is a reprint of my 21 page article. I believe Greg split it up into two parts since it was so long.
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Steve

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Hi Steve,
I'm still lurking. I have your PDF version 3.96. could I get the 4.01 update? My last post was listed as 1-1-13 but it was probably back in March of 2012. Thanks again,
John



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