I drove My 24 touring with trailer to the T Reunion at Farmington Mn. Using a I timer and fresh coils. My GPS moving average for the trip up and back were nearly 3 MPH faster than my normal average. I average 25 mph with New Day,Anderson, TW, and the E-Timer. I didn't think the E-timer could be beat.
P.S. I-Timer GPS average 27.5 MPH trip up.
27.9 MPH trip home
That is notable.
I'll be buying one soon.
I guess I can't type should be 37.5 mph & 37.9 MPH
and 35 mph with other timers
I have to have one now.... because I see that Overall Fuel Cost is $0.00...What a savings.
Good morning Dean... Is that average with a GPS as a separate unit or is that GPS included in the I timer itself?
Bob the GPS is a separate unit.. I use a Garmin NUVI 765 old obsolete but good.
I am begining my 2nd touring season with the I timer. So far there has not been even the slightest glitch. Will be getting another I timer soon for my other 14.
Sure beats a distributor, and the other electronic ignition system I have (had).
Very nice Dean!
Dean.... NUVI 765 may be "obsolete", but updates are available as downloads from Garmin.
Now I have a hard time believing and trying to understand how the I can outperform an E?
Sure would like to hear or see some more specific results to confirm.
Is it because "I" comes before "E" except after C??
I've been an E guy since it first came out but now????
Thanks for Posting Dean, I have the same Garmin and it never fails.
Why do they have to be so DadGum expensive!
Gene, I am with you. I could not believe the performance I got with the I-timer. I took the E-timer off that I have had on for 7 years to try it. My 24 touring with trailer is my best Test car, I have driven it the most.
My test was all on 12v. Will rewire so I can do tests on 6v & mag