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anyone used an "amethyst" ignition system?
« on: March 25, 2014, 10:47:52 AM »
ive been looking foir a micro dynamics one for my car but they became obsolete four years ao and all teh places and forums i tried are out of thme.
found the amethyst on ebay and it looks like what im after. the car drives as is so would look at fitting the unit on the bulkhead and getting everything ready and sawp over at the next rolling road session. its got an inlet to sense boost and is able to hold two maps apparently.
anyone know anything baout the system at all????
im looking at putting it on a 2.8 cologne with a single su suck through janspeed type system.
any info welcome



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Re: anyone used an "amethyst" ignition system?
« Reply #1 on: March 25, 2014, 18:35:09 PM »
ive been looking foir a micro dynamics one for my car but they became obsolete four years ao and all teh places and forums i tried are out of thme.

Last one!  http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Micro-Dynamics-EMS-5-Turbo-Ignition-Management-EMS5-/200962666462?pt=UK_Car_Parts_Vehicles_Automobila_ET&hash=item2eca4eefde

The micro dynamics, i know, well. The amethyst, never heard of it. I sold a complete setup with EMS-5, PIC-5, pressure switches and micro dynamics coil. got peanuts for it.

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Re: anyone used an "amethyst" ignition system?
« Reply #2 on: March 25, 2014, 19:44:02 PM »
The amethyst looks like a copy of the Megajolt Lite Jr, except it cant control a edis ignition and has less features.

I would go for the Megajolt Lite Jr , witch is cheaper to start (+/- $175,- in the states) with and has more features and is for edis, witch is rock solid system. And if you don't want a edis ignition, you can go for a MSD 6 BTM, witch accept point, hall or vr sensors, and is adjustable by turning a knob.
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Re: anyone used an "amethyst" ignition system?
« Reply #4 on: March 26, 2014, 08:12:43 AM »
Looking at the manual, I would not use the amethyst.
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