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    Quote Originally Posted by jeffawarner View Post
    ...to control spark. Any advice as to a more proven method? How would that fit with the HP EFI?
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    Quote Originally Posted by jeffawarner View Post
    Thanks for the input guys. Yes, the TBI is in my Ford FE engine. I really like the concept of the Commander 950, but admit I've never really been able to get it dialed in. I have a buddy in another town who has visited me a couple times, who is very familiar with it and has helped me on occasion. The concept of self-tuning/Learning is really appealing.

    The one thing I've struggled with is spark control. I have a cobbled together spark control system. When I put the system in 7 years ago, there really wasn't an easy way to manage spark. It don't think I could find a crank trigger and I used a Holley adapter and Accel ignition system out of an '80s Chevy pickup. It was a sort of dog's breakfast of parts to try to control spark. Any advice as to a more proven method? How would that fit with the HP EFI?

    Thanks again. Good to hear the advances in Holley's offering. I was sort of off the EFI grid for 5-6 years.
    I agree with Danny and with your last comments. If you can afford "the vig", you'll be WAY more happy with an HP EFI.

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