opel2000 Posted September 27, 2010 Share Posted September 27, 2010 (edited) When I fitted a 2.0 SEH into a B years ago I used the 1.8 dizzy drive and bracket mounted directly onto the SEH engine, as all bolt holes were there. The Motronic Injection system on the SEH used a distributor to literally distribute a spark, with no advance etc, so all gubbings were removed from the 1.8 Dizzy. Now I keep thinking about using a bracket to mount the 1.8 dizzy on the front of the XE engine so I can retain my heater. BUT I have had a few people mention that it's best to use the XE dizzy in it's correct position as it contains a cam phase sensor. But there seem to be many people that have done this. IS IT the case that the people that have mounted the 1.8 Dizzy up front running off of the Cam sprocket have used it to distribute a spark for carbs and not the XE's injection system? Edited September 27, 2010 by opel2000 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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