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Hi everyone, so i was tuning my own vehicle today, B18C with bolts on N/A. I did one run with 18deg at wot to start my base line on the dyno. Everything was okay, but once i added 2+ deg of IGN timing, Rpm cut occurred like is was a rev limit. Does this only when i go further away from 20 deg advance. Changed Spark Plugs still does the same thing should i check my distributor?

 

Here are two logs . Please dont mind the fuel being too rich it was for test only to make sure there wasn't any knocking occurring.

 

Thanks 

prob 2.llg prob.llg

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On a distributed ignition engine, it is possible to have the timing syncd with poor rotor phase angle.  When that happens and you try to advance the motor too far, it is possible to have the spark try to jump to the next cylinder instead of the correct one.

I always set the engine to 20ish degrees before tdc and rotate the distributor to have the center of the rotor button pointed directly at the number one pole.  Then lock down distributor and sync the rest of the timing thru the computer.

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Hi yes Simon i had the MSD external coil and changed the whole dizzy to a stock. So now i am running a stock ignition system from honda, and still does the same thing. The msd coil was used with a stock igniter from honda named "hitachi". 

Now setting the base timing etc what i did : Placed the dizzy at the center of the top bolt mount. Then locked ignition to 16 degrees and did my offeset untill i see 16 degrees at the crank. How should i set the rotor phase angle? I quite don't understand.

Even with this dizzy still cant get over some degrees. I was thinking of doing a COP but i have to be sure that the problem comes from my ignition system.

Here is a copy of my map and a new log  :

Thanks.

spoon.llg

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Given it only happens with the extra advance I'm relatively sure it is a cross fire issue.

Which is then giving noise on the triggers causing the dwell to miscalculate. 

Only other bench test would be to spin up the distributor in a lathe or distributor graph machine to check how It responds with no load on the ignition. 

 

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