• The Lingenfelter Performance Engineering TRG-001A 58X to 24X Trigger Conversion Module has been designed using the latest automotive • The newer Gen IV V8 engines use a 58X crank trigger. wheel (60 evenly spaced teeth with 2 missing teeth) and a four tooth reluctor built into the timing gear.
Problem #4, must have custom fuel lines made to attach to the fuel rail of the LT1. About $40 if you supply the ends. Available from Pep Boys. Problem #5, the was a temp sensor in the front of the TPI intake base, it's for the computer temp info. I will have to mod the remote thermostat housing for an additional hole.
The system consists of four parts; a toothed trigger wheel (mounted to a modified stock damper) and VR sensor (in the foreground of the picture), a coil pack (just above the VR sensor with custom wires), a EDIS6 (Electronic Distributorless Ignition System just behind the coil pack), a Megajolt processor (small aluminum
Oct 25, 2011 · SUGGESTION 1: The crank sensor test I'm gonna' show you in this article, is one of the most accurate ways to test the crank sensor without an oscilloscope (and using only a multimeter) only if you turn the engine by hand. You'll need to use a 1/2 ratchet wrench and the appropriate socket to turn the crankshaft pulley.
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Just some thoughts - If you could score a LT1 injection manifold it would be a cheap alternative . Also instead of multi coils you can still run a distributor as a cam sync in conjunction with a trigger wheel mounted on the damper . I have myself done a similar conversion on a old school 440 dodge motor running a Link G4+ atom .
Jun 29, 2016 · The SBC damper has to be installed fully so it "sandwiches" the crank gear between the crank and the damper snout. If a damper from a 1995-back SBC is used, it will be long enough to work properly. Vortec damper. The Vortec damper from a reluctor wheel-equipped engine is shorter by the thickness of the reluctor.