North American Turbocoupe Organization



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gadgetolds Offline
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#1
Can someone explain what this is? I can find alot about it, but not what it is and does. I see it stands for Spark Out, which means?
1988 Turbo Coupe - A237 cam, K&N Cone, T3(.60-.63), 255 Walbro, Gillis BV, gutted and knifed intakes, ported e6, 3" elbow/dp to dual 2.5s, Kirban and spearco fmic.

Up next, ported head, t3/t4 upgrade.
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Joe F Offline
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#2
It's a jumper/plug that allows base static spark timing to be set. Unplugged = fixed timing (how the base timing is set), plugged in = normal op where ECM can control timing.

Located near the disty, sometimes hard to spot. Mine was all tangled up in the harness in that area.

HTH
JR's Place - My '87 Turbocoupe
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gadgetolds Offline
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#3
Sure does. Thanks for the info.
1988 Turbo Coupe - A237 cam, K&N Cone, T3(.60-.63), 255 Walbro, Gillis BV, gutted and knifed intakes, ported e6, 3" elbow/dp to dual 2.5s, Kirban and spearco fmic.

Up next, ported head, t3/t4 upgrade.
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Keith Nubel Offline
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#4
Think of it as an elctronic version of the old vacuum advance systems.
1985 TC
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gadgetolds Offline
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#5
Ahh, ok, now it makes perfect sense. Smile
1988 Turbo Coupe - A237 cam, K&N Cone, T3(.60-.63), 255 Walbro, Gillis BV, gutted and knifed intakes, ported e6, 3" elbow/dp to dual 2.5s, Kirban and spearco fmic.

Up next, ported head, t3/t4 upgrade.
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