EACH 100 mL CONTAINS 450 rng SODIUM CHLORIDE USP
pH (4. 5 TO ) mEq/L SODIUM 77 CHLORIDE 77
HYPOTONIC OSMOLARITY 154 mQsmol/L (CALC) STERILE
NONPYROGENIC SINGLE DOSE CONTAINER ADDITIVES MAY BE INCOMPATIBLE CONSULT WITH PHARMACIST IF AVAILABLE
WHEN INTRODUCING ADDITIVES USE ASEPTIC TECHNIQUE MIX
THOROUGHLY DO NOT STORE DOSAGE INTRAVENOUSLY AS
DIRECTED BY A PHYSICIAN SEE DIRECTIONS CAUTIONS
SQUEEZE AND INSPECT INNER BAG WHICH MAINTAINS PRODUCT
STERILITY DISCARD IF LEAKS ARE FOUND MUST NOT BE USED
IN SERIES CONNECTIONS Do NOT USE UNLESS SOLUTION IS
CLEAR Rx ONLY STORE UNIT IN MOISTURE BARRIER
OVERWRAP AT ROOM TEMPERATURE (25°C/77°F) UNTIL READY
TO USE AVOID EXCESSIVE HEAT SEE INSERT
Hi Bryce, thanks for your reply, Disappointing that the Pertronix magnetic two wire electronic ignition system is not suitable for your EFI System. as I purchased it on the pretence that it would, I cant buy a ready to run system (that I am aware of ) for the V12 Jag engine that is a two wire magnetic system. The Jag Lucas system was a 3 wire magnetic so I changed it to the Pertronix two wire. I needed your system as I am running a Quad turbo charged setup on it and was going to add NOS as well and needed to control the timing. From your literature it said that it would be suitable for any engine just select the number of cylinders.
After the discussion on the phone last Saturday week with your Tech people, they said it would not Work on a V12 because of the rev range and it would not feed the correct amount of fuel, I have since removed it and have bought two blowthrough Carby’s.
If you ever get a EFI program setup to be able to run on the V12 and that you know of a suitable two wire system that will work on a Jag engine that is also compatible to your EFI system please let me know. This is set up in a 1927 RoadsterHot Rod.
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