123 Dizzy 1275 Moggie Settings: Rolling Road feedback

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Hello folks,

In case anyone was thinking of doing similar, I've just had a 123 Dizzy installed on my 1275cc Midget engined Mogster. It has a MG Metro big valve head, modified cam for decent low down torque, HIF44 carb on heated inlet and Maniflow LCB to large bore exhaust, so the usual minor mods really.

The dizzy was the Midget/Mini unit (rather than the universal GB one) and was set up with the help of JPR Rolling Road in Yate, who I would highly recommend.

If it helps other, we found that Curve 6 (out of 16 to choose from) was the best curve to use. I was recommended 7 by SCarbs, who I bought it off but that was a little too advanced at low revs. Also used the recommended Beru (Bosch) blue coil.

The engine pulls like a dream now with near constant torque across the rev range, start well too.

Hope this helps others.
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Interesting to hear. What sort of power/torque figures are you now seeing?
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Very interesting as I’m going almost the same route. Do you have the cam specification or is it a custom profile, and any skim on the head?

Carb needle?

Would also love to know what p & t you are getting.

I’ve been thinking of the complete programable 123 dizzy, but not very sure if that would give any significant advantage over the one with the set of preprogrammed curves.
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I have the Bluetooth version on my supercharged 1275.
The difference was amazing right out the box...
I have only tweeked it slightly from the stock map as it its tuned on the road.

£350 for a dizzy is expensive but it was worth every penny
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2fry wrote:I have the Bluetooth version on my supercharged 1275.
The difference was amazing right out the box...
I have only tweeked it slightly from the stock map as it its tuned on the road.

£350 for a dizzy is expensive but it was worth every penny
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That’s pretty cool.

Is that a vmaxscart charger kit or a home brew? Would also love to know what BHP you are getting.
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