I recently bought my first legacy engine and cannot wait to get it on the track! That being said, I want to make sure I am protecting it's inter-electronics.
I plan on purchasing the legacy control system and a tmcc powerhouse at a later point (one big purchase at a time); for the time being, I'm going to be operating the engine conventionally using a CW-80 from 2005. I plan on getting a TMCC direct lockon to protect from shorts before running the engine. I don't want to take any risk with a $500+ dollar engine!!
Will the lockon work when operating legacy engines conventionally with a CW-80? I figure the answer is yes but wanted to 'ask the experts' in case there's any hidden issues. My main concern is the small leakage current that is present when the transformer is throttled down. I was planning on buying the lockon anyway when I buy the full legacy system so I don't mind fronting the cost now.
Thank you in advance!