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well you know I driving a 2cv turbo....... working on a programmable ecu....

well now I'm working on my own ignition system which is called

1-2-spark

Look at this video this is the 1-2-spark in test mode making sparks from about 1/2 an inch!!! using an old black 2 2cv coil you don't believe.... look at this video.....


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NSpnbQ5I4Qc


So here are the specs used in the video

dwell 0.006 second can be less for operation in the car.
then 0.001 seconds rest
and so on

So the noise you here is the spark going on and off all the time.

Next step is to make a real functional ignition system with a VR sensor
(inductive sensor).


Big advantidges above other ignition systems.......

- Your origninal ignition system can be still in the car. (You never need it anymore)
- full waterproof (you can make a submarine from your car)
- only current on the coil when it is needed (making a spark) the coil doesn't go hot even going on for 2 hours like in the video.....
- adjustable dwell (with pushbuttons)
- adjustable ignition curve (with pushbuttons)
- adjustable rpm limiter (with pushbuttons)
- at cranking speed 3 spark events in 1 rotation
- Sensor at crankwheel not at Camwheel
- Vr sensor (much better then a Hallsensor)
- 2 coil on cop or 2 normal coils in wasted spark
maybe later
- secquencial ignition (2 coils no wasted spark)


What do you think guys, I'm planning to sell it ?????

another video
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ODsBuEQWCik

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May 11th, 2011, 11:15 pm
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Look very good, i interested.
Push buttons for dwell etc, NEED to be protected or fixed.


May 12th, 2011, 10:34 am
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subarupete wrote:
Look very good, i interested.

My Englisch is better!! :lol: :lol:

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May 12th, 2011, 12:34 pm
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It's when get too keen.....maar geen probleem


May 12th, 2011, 1:00 pm
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Post Re: 1-2-spark
How hard is it to fit?


May 12th, 2011, 7:48 pm
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Little Louis wrote:
How hard is it to fit?

What I want to do is:

1 cable to - Mass (Mass near the battery where all the - wires are fixed on)
1 cable to ignition + (this can be the + wire going to the coil making an extension to the coil.
fixing the VR sensor - at visa it will be going into the upper hole (original sensor)
- at 2cv it is fixed through the hole where you put the pen to adjust the original ignition.

thats all folks

Mounting the ignition box at the battery-fixition-bar or at the outside dashboard.


Pushbuttons going in with a plug so you can take them off when tuning is done..

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Hi Geo,
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May 12th, 2011, 9:54 pm
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Post Re: 1-2-spark
How will you hold the VR sensor in the hole?
If you want to sell this system then in my opinion you need to be selling two systems
One for the guy in the street who wants to fit and forget and the second system for the tinkerers of this world :-)

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May 13th, 2011, 6:41 pm
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Post Re: 1-2-spark
when you don't use the pushbuttons which you can plug in you've got a standard 2cv curve and black coil.
When you plug in the pushbuttons you can tune it..

When things terrebly go wrong you can reset it and the standard settings will come back...

This is at least how I want it to be... (hope it will work out)

B.T.W I'm definitly a tinkerer :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

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May 13th, 2011, 11:23 pm
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How will you hold the VR sensor in the hole?

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May 13th, 2011, 11:50 pm
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Still working on this one.

Did several attemps to solder tiny ic 4x6 mm with 16 legs on it
in techical language 1 leg each .635mm/ .025 inch. It's pretty f :evil: cking
nervwrecking.......

Looks easy at the internet but I can't do it. I need it for the VR sensor
to make a steady rpm signal.

Got to buy some flux hopefully that will help.............
or has anyone some advice in this...

In the meantime I worked several days on a circuit layout

Today I did some mailing for PCB pricing........

Here's the PCB prototype layout.....


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