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    Crank Pulley hall sensor kit for Megasquirt or TEC stand alone EMS

    This is a replacement crank pulley that has a 60-2 wheel pattern machined in the outer edge. It will come a a complete set up including the pulley, hall sensor and sensor bracket. Will also include installation and basic megasquirt settings. I am taking order starting today and ending May 2nd after that the pulleys will be going to the machine shop. Delivery will be approximately 3 weeks after that so around May 23. Total cost is 225 shipped in the USA, 100 deposit due on order.



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    is that a SOHC pulley?

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    Crank Pulley hall sensor kit for Megasquirt or TEC stand alone EMS

    You want to run the solid pulley but cause it's more accurate. The rubber center pulleys can throw off the timing slightly.

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    Hoping I can make the car idle tonight. If so I'll make sure I'm in on the order.
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    Seems like the lack of crankshaft damping would be detrimental to bearings for the rpms turning in a modded engine

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    I never has any issues. And I wasn't even running a 3G crank. The extra weights on the 3G crank should take care of any vibration issues when properly balanced.

    It should be noted that ignition accuracy is far more important then the minor balancing differences you'll see with that little rubber ring.

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    Quote Originally Posted by leighv View Post
    Seems like the lack of crankshaft damping would be detrimental to bearings for the rpms turning in a modded engine

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    Anyone interested? I am starting to pull together the parts this week. PM me if interested.
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    Do you have a picture of where the 11th tooth is and where the pickup mounts?

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    Let me try and upload one
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    Bump. Orders going out this monday. I will contact everyone who has shown interest with my pay pal tonight.
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    Bump One kit left from the first order. I changed the hall sensor to one specifically designed for a 60-2 wheel. Mine is working flawlessly.
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    Bump still got one kit left.
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    Considering another run of these before the spring. Cost will be 225 shipped, I will need a minimum 8 orders with deposit
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    I'm in if it moves fast.

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    Quick question, if i was to use this as my crank signal, could you theoretically use the old crank signal as a cam signal. I figure it won't give enough or the right information for this, but i figured i would ask.

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    Not really. You would need a way to decrease the signal by 1/2 for it to be the same as a cam signal; strictly speaking about RPM

    Then you would need to do math to get the signal to "trigger" BTDC a few degrees for sequential fueling. I wouldnt go through the trouble. Lots of work and electronics that might fail just to achieve smoother idle and maybe 15hp up top.

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    Quote Originally Posted by arthursc2 View Post
    Not really. You would need a way to decrease the signal by 1/2 for it to be the same as a cam signal; strictly speaking about RPM

    Then you would need to do math to get the signal to "trigger" BTDC a few degrees for sequential fueling. I wouldnt go through the trouble. Lots of work and electronics that might fail just to achieve smoother idle and maybe 15hp up top.
    Peak HP is negligible between the two.

    For that matter fuel injection doesn't make any more HP than a properly sized and tuned carb. In a wot situation, fuel is fuel, and as long as it's atomized and the correct ratio to air, it will make the same power.

    Most of the time when you see a carbed motor swapped to EFI they have changed intake manifolds, which will alter power characteristics, that compounded with the fact that 90% of carbed motors aren't running an o2 sensor and are tuned "good enough" makes a big difference in power as well.

    There are some instances where a carb can make slightly more power than fuel injection, but that is due to the fact that a carb introduces fuel much higher in the intake tract than traditional fuel injection, and the fuel will take latent heat from the intake charge via evaporative cooling. That's also why most carbureted blow through setups don't run intercoolers.

    Emissions, idle quality, and drivability are the main differences between carb, batch fire and sequential injection.

    Direct injection is a different beast all together, and will always make more power because it cools the intake charge so much, and allows more timing advance.
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    And that's why electromotive offers ignition only systems because a lot of people just want to stick with carburetors in the racing community. They don't care about drivability or idle.


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