Ford EDIS for our carbed cars

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68 Wagon
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Ford EDIS for our carbed cars

Post by 68 Wagon » 04 Jul 2015 12:29

Go to Autosportlabs.com for detailed instructions on how to convert our distributor engines to crank fire. I am in the process of doing this to my L20b 68 Wagon. Why? Because no more "moving" parts. More specifically, wear parts. My 1980 200sx dizzy simply wore out, leaving me on the side of the road one mile from home, thank God.

Anyway, just ck it out and see if this is something you'd like to try.
I've been driving 70's Datsun sedans, wagons, and roadsters almost every day since 1983!

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Re: Ford EDIS for our carbed cars

Post by okayfine » 04 Jul 2015 20:00

Current Realm EDIS project of sorts:

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