Yeah, I had been toying with the idea of changing the cam anyhow, now I don't have to find an excuse to justify it!
PSIG wrote: ↑Sat Mar 10, 2018 5:43 pmRegrinders usually have a large set of lobe profiles they can apply to most cams. You may want to do some quick research with other TR6 owners for a suitable replacement that you can compare to whatever the regrinder suggests; just to see if it's in the same ballpark as what you're expecting. SD-EFI can handle any cam profile with tuning, so don't let that slow you down like it does some other EFI systems such as OEM MAF. You don't need a special EFI grind.
There is some info on quite a few different grids available for my car at http://www.hottr6.com/triumph/tr6cams.html. I am going to use my car as a daily driver, and a lot of my driving will be in city. So I'm looking for something with good low to mid range torque. The stock grind is quite "torquey" in the low to mid range. However I'd like to get a little more power out of it, maybe 20 hp or so without loosing the torque. I will have a chat with the cam grinder to see what they suggest. I have a feeling that they do a lot of cams for TR6 as there is a picture on one on their web page.
This is one of the first things that I checked. I unplugged the bluetooth module from the Mega, but that didn't have any effect. I also tried different cables etc. but no luck there either. I used to work in electronics so and I usually find that the simplest problems like a faulty usb cable for example, are the first things you should check.
It's a 3 coil pack. There was a thread elsewhere in this forum about using it, but I can't find it at the moment. The acdelco part number is D559A. I picked it because it was cheaper than getting 3 individual coils, and easier to mount.
Thanks for your advice.