I have just purchased a new hard rev limiter PCB and have been studying the instructions. There is one thing that worries me. According to the instructions, I am supposed to remove the connection that goes to the coil pack's center pin from the EDIS ECU and connect it to the MegaJolt rev output pin. It seems to me that this may make my system less reliable.
I run long distance rallies though remote areas of California. One of the reasons I converted from the distributor to the MegaJolt is to improve reliability. I carry a spare EDIS ECU and coil pack "just in case". However, I do not have a spare MegaJolt. I have not worried about this because the EDIS "Limp Home Mode" is not bad at all and the car runs pretty good with it at cruising speeds.
So, IF I install the rev limiter board and move that wire to the MegaJolt's connector and IF the MegaJolt main board or Rev Limiter PCB were to fail, would I be stuck in the middle of nowhere without a "Limp Home Mode"?
Please let me know,