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EDIS or 60-2 Trigger Wheel on A/C Pulley?


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Has anyone successfully put a EDIS or other type of trigger wheel on a 2/3 belt crank pulley, without impacting their ability to run an A/C compressor? Most builds I've read through indicate milling down the A/C belt slot and putting the trigger wheel in its place. With a likely upcoming move to South Florida, giving up my A/C is just not an option. Are there any other potential triggering methods? What about a flywheel trigger? Any help or thoughts would be appreciated!

"Sabine" 1976 Polaris / Navy - 12+ year Inop Ebay Find. Now with Microsquirt and Cold A/C. 

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I haven't started on my engine yet so not sure what the 02 flywheel looks like but here's a VW air-cooled link that uses 6 holes in the flywheel as 'teeth' and the distributor for the sync signal which allows for running in sequential.


Solche Fehler sind schon oft von Frisierpraktikern gemacht worden, die keine Ahnung von einer Ventilerhebungskurve hatten. -Ludwig Apfelbeck

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I am still working on an AC pulley. Tom at 02again has a pulley and I am thinking of just having a pulley machined to slide over the back and tack welding it in place...

Seems simple enough but I have not see it pulled off yet... I have been jerking around with a Tii pulley but finally figured out that since I am not running a Tii, why not change the front cover.

I am in mid process of doing that between paint and everything else that needs to be done.

I will keep you posted on my progress. Still piecing the megasquirt together.

FOR SALE-----74 2002tii 2782194 Turkis, Megasquirt, Korman road sport springs, Bilstein HD shocks, 13" FPS Bottle Caps


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