Engine Management2 Engine management programs are employed, one for the street on 98 octane fuel and the other for performance work on 110 octane Martini racing fuel. Engine management computer program change is simply achieved by the flick of a "missile" switch. The "performance" program is designed to provide even more grunt through the midrange, whilst maintaining the top end power.An EMS 8860 sequential motorsport computer controls the electric water pump, thermo fan, fuel pumps, ignition and injection. With such a demand on the electrics, and the necessity to provide a constant level of power to the computer, a Bosch 120W alternator with an integral voltage regulator was installed, and additional high quality earth and battery cables were fitted.The engine bay has had all wiring, lines and hoses removed, the MSD "Blaster coil" and MSD 6AL ignition controller are positioned under the dash The radiator overflow bottle and horns are hidden under the front mudguards, and the alloy windscreen wiper fluid reservoir was placed in the boot.The MSD Ignition Controller is a Capacitive Discharge unit capable of delivering multiple sparks to a spark plug, instead of the usual single spark. It also has a "smooth" rev limiter to protect the engine in case of missed gear shifts.