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    Re: Advent Ignitions

    anyone have a t4 file project .prj or .T4? for me load on curve devil
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    Re: Advent Ignitions

    This is a 7 year post.

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    Re: Advent Ignitions

    Quote Originally Posted by SXR View Post
    anyone have a t4 file project .prj or .T4? for me load on curve devil
    What type curve are you looking for? Advent website has all their curves posted.
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    Re: Advent Ignitions

    Contact Greg Fischer at info@adventignitions.com

    Recent emails from Advent Ignitions, 48 hours ago:

    "Hello,

    I've attached a printable file for SJ D40. I can reprogram the ignition for $40 including
    shipping. I've attached the three
    most popular curve sets, D2, D14, D16 for you to choose from.

    Please note that Advent closed after 40 years of business. However, I will continue to
    support my ignitions for the next
    few years.

    Regards,

    Greg Fischer"

    "Hello,

    All Advent ignitions are powered from the battery. The igniter coil is not used with this
    ignition. This provides constant
    spark energy regardless of engine RPM. The ignitions operate over a battery voltage range
    of 7.5V to 16V, insuring proper
    spark even when cranking with a weak battery.

    Regards,

    Greg Fischer"

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    Re: Advent Ignitions

    Quote Originally Posted by BLRider View Post
    What type curve are you looking for? Advent website has all their curves posted.
    What he said. http://adventignitions.com/timingCurves2.php?engine=4
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    Re: Advent Ignitions

    Probably be easier to upgrade to a zeeltronics and program it via your laptop.
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