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 Post subject: Re: DLIDFIS - ELECTRONIC DIZZY - MODULES and DFI INFO
PostPosted: Thu Sep 08, 2016 6:42 pm 
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there is a BIM123 which appears to be basically the same, but takes a proper multi pin plug connector, much neater, but from memory they are more expensive.


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 Post subject: Re: DLIDFIS - ELECTRONIC DIZZY - MODULES and DFI INFO
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That would be a nice neat set up that's for sure (if you could buy the plug)

Only real reason I asked is a friend and I were randomly chatting about modules in general and got me thinking.
Surely there are others (not just j109, BIM 024, bim123) that would work.


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 Post subject: Re: DLIDFIS - ELECTRONIC DIZZY - MODULES and DFI INFO
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you can definitely by the connector, they do make a very neat setup.

https://www.efihardware.com/products/37 ... r-plug-kit

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Awesome ...
Is there a plug for the bim024 available anywhere .?
That would be nice ..


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Not that I have seen, just have the usual good old crimp on spade terminals :(

Although I have often wondered what the BIM024 was fitted to and how the wiring connects?

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My thoughts exactly too


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G'day lads, just did this conversion to my 12a capella but now my tacho is reading approx 2x what it should be (idles at about 1500 but tach shows 3000). Any ideas?


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no logical reason that it should, the coils don't fire any more often than they did before.

Is the tacho wire coming off the negative of the trailing coil?

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 Post subject: Re: DLIDFIS - ELECTRONIC DIZZY - MODULES and DFI INFO
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Dazz wrote:
no logical reason that it should, the coils don't fire any more often than they did before.

Is the tacho wire coming off the negative of the trailing coil?


My thoughts exactly, tacho was reading correctly before with the j109 ignitors (albeit a bit of a bounce)

Its crimped in the spade terminal on the bim024 trailing module (pin 16) along with the wire that runs to trailing coil negative. Could it possibly be module grounding issue or interference?

While i have you, should i connect the condensor wire under the dizzy? black wire with bullet crimp


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