If you're arriving from the White Paper thread, please be aware that, when using the crankshaft sensor wireup, coilpack burnout is impossible as a result of the use of a PP6.
With the disappearance of Rallitek's forum, I'd like to try to replace its Perfect Power SMT6 section with this thread.
If you have a technically
positive or negative experience (hardware, not customer support), if you're in the install process, or if you're shopping it up, this is the place. And please, let's try to stay on topic? (8/19/06)
All that remains in my installation is the placement of restraints for the wiring. (9/24/06)
Please be aware that, although much of this information will apply to many other Subarus, and even other makes of cars, sandrails, lawnmowers, etc., it is primarily geared around installation into a "turn-of-the-millenium +/- a few years" NA Subaru. There are a few different ways to do it in this application, as well, but for best results, I believe this is the way.
Link to my project progress
, slightly behind in updates. (7/11/06)
Perfect Power webpage (7/11/06)
Perfect Power forums (7/11/06)
for the Perfect Power SMT6 documentation. (7/11/06)
, to the best of my knowledge. (8/27/06)
Proper installation, complete
, one way or another. COMING SOON. (9/24/06)
Pursuit of the End of the Coilpack Carnage:
: Measuring the ignition output. (7/15/06)
: Ignition output resistors. (8/7/06)
: Testing various resistance values, and examining size and shape of the waveform signal. (8/20/06)
: The final concept, and its dismal pre-failure. (9/24/06)
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