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Background; This car is my 1st Westfield - so had no experience of how things should feel or what performance to expect. It turns out that the 2.0 Zetec hasn't run properly since getting it, on its original engine, it always was pretty nippy, but ran on 3 (I now know), after replacing the engine last summer - the car ran a lot better (on 4 cylinders) but coughed and spluttered on uptake, and wasn't a fan of WOT. I found that the megajolt map loaded to the car was a turbo one, so swapped it out for a 'safe' zetec one by ATSPEED. The the ZX9 carbs were stripped, cleaned, adjusted and rebuilt the ZX9 carbs with new parts where necessary as the symptoms gave me a 'fuely' feeling. I got a fuel regulator with a pressure gauge built in and checked that I had reasonable pressure. To be honest the car ran slightly better with each change, and at least it now ran on 4 cylinders. but not cleanly especially at WOT. So in a burst of desperation I switched my attention to the ignition system and got the lot. I picked up a Nodiz with terminated loom, coil pack, and Cosworth MAP sensor from Motorsport Electronics - Taking advantage of an awesome discount offer on Locostbuilders along with a beefy set of leads from a guy that makes them to order on eBay. This weekend I got all of this stuff fitted along with the chester sports cars map (loaded via bluetooth) - available on the Motorsport Electronics website, The car started 1st time and WOW. The engine now pulls like crazy - and I flipping love it, and It feels so good that I got there in the end. I guess that what i'm sharing here is; A newbie diary, with hints for others A review for the NODIZ Pro - which I recommend fully - so much less wire snaking about and lovely quality.