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Old 04-11-2011, 06:58 PM   #26
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and untill someone makes a plate to replace the distributor cap i wont buy one....distributor cap without wires going to it would look like ****
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Old 04-12-2011, 05:01 AM   #27
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Good thing my name is Joe too.

The triggers in the distributor have never been the weak part of the OEM Honda ignition system. If it used something that looked like the AEM EPM, how would that help anything besides aesthetics? Don't get me wrong, ask anyone, I doubt everything until I either test it myself, or someone I trust to properly do the job tests it.
because oem honda distributors are becoming harder to find, not to mention they are all old as dirt.

and aftermarket oem replacements sucks ***

why make newer technology parts which still rely on a dinosaur to work?

and as far as the coils go....im running my stock coil and dizzy spinning to 10k w/ no problems. not to mention im the quickest allmotor car still running a dizzy. id say the stock coil is plenty.

the proper way to do cop is to eliminate the dizzy so we dont need to rely on it at all. just my .02
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Old 04-12-2011, 07:22 AM   #28
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come up with a nice block off plate using some aluminum plate or even ABS plastic and your cutting down the goofiness quite a bit. One guy noted the TACH needing the STOCK ICM. is this true or does this give hondata the signal it needs....most guys using this could get rid of the ICM if they are using aftermarket tachs or displays, i would assume.
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Old 04-12-2011, 07:29 AM   #29
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I will make the block off plates if there is enough demand for them maybe even pre orders.... PM me for details!
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Already working on making the CNC machined billet distributor caps in my machine shop here, obviously I've had this unit for months now..
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Old 04-12-2011, 12:03 PM   #31
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Already making them in my machine shop here, obviously I've had this unit for months now..
how much is this plate?
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Currently undecided, dont want this thread to turn into a sales advertisement. I'll announce it when the Hondata kit is available..
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One guy noted the TACH needing the STOCK ICM. is this true or does this give hondata the signal it needs....most guys using this could get rid of the ICM if they are using aftermarket tachs or displays, i would assume.
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Old 04-12-2011, 01:57 PM   #34
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come up with a nice block off plate using some aluminum plate or even ABS plastic and your cutting down the goofiness quite a bit. One guy noted the TACH needing the STOCK ICM. is this true or does this give hondata the signal it needs....most guys using this could get rid of the ICM if they are using aftermarket tachs or displays, i would assume.
assuming this box will drive an aftermarket tach (or the oem one)....i havnt read anything yet to say it will. if this kit requires the oem ICM then that will drive tach's drive fine.
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Old 04-12-2011, 02:17 PM   #35
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assuming this box will drive an aftermarket tach (or the oem one)....i havnt read anything yet to say it will. if this kit requires the oem ICM then that will drive tach's drive fine.
locash? answer?

ICM needed or not?
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The CPR box outputs the tach signal.
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Old 04-12-2011, 04:10 PM   #37
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sounds good to me lol. I guess there is a wire to tap an aftermarket tach to?
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Sorry, I meant to reply to that question but got sidetracked, lol..

For the earlier comment about old distributors, you can buy a new sub assembly (housing with tdc, ckp, and cyl sensors) new from the dealers still, for the same or less than an AEM EPM. You're nuts if you think the AEM product quality is better than OEM Honda.
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Hell yeah! I hope more testing to see how far this new product can handle. I would like to see over 800whp +.
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Spy photo of the Locash Billet distributor cap, that will be out soon. PM Locash for all details.

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Old 06-05-2011, 12:24 PM   #42
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i can really dig that!
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Working on Sunday, so that they'll be ready this week.. So far 2 part numbers cover almost all D, B, H, and F-series applications...
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very nice!
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I am glad I'm not the only working. Looks good Joe!
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Joe,

I'll take one for a D16Z6 dizzy with my CPR (assuming I can afford it $$$). Is it light? Thin walled?
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I gotta admit Eric, your solution looks a bit more baller..

Jaker, would you like the starting weight before machining, or after?
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Looks good Joe! I will be hitting you up soon.
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Block offs look nice, i'll be needing one soon. Too bad Rosado Racing doesn't make their block off anymore, they're local to me.
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because oem honda distributors are becoming harder to find, not to mention they are all old as dirt.

and aftermarket oem replacements sucks ***

why make newer technology parts which still rely on a dinosaur to work?

and as far as the coils go....im running my stock coil and dizzy spinning to 10k w/ no problems. not to mention im the quickest allmotor car still running a dizzy. id say the stock coil is plenty.

the proper way to do cop is to eliminate the dizzy so we dont need to rely on it at all. just my .02
yea but the dizzys are not a problem in an all motor car,its in boost applications were they are hit or miss.i think this is a great solution but i guess only time will tell.
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