1982-02-01

Electronic Control of Ignition Timing 820004

An electronic system for the control of engine ignition timing has been developed for use in studies of the road anti-knock performance of gasolines. It does not require a crankshaft encoder, and operates using existing signals from the distributor. Static timing is controlled without alteration to the centrifugal or vacuum timing mechanisms. An additional feature identifies the cylinder (s) most prone to knock.

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