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anyone installed MegaJolt Lite yet?

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I know TimMN was working on it. I'm still farting around doing my MegaSquirt install, but I'm wondering if MegaJolt Lite parts ought to be on my junkyard shopping list?

the biggest question I'd have for someone who has done this is what did you have to do to mount the 36-1 gear on the crank? estimate of time spent and tools/resources available to you would be helpful in guaging whether to try this myself. For example: if you are a pro mechanic and have access to a machine shop then your estimates on cost/time will be lower than mine as I work under the shadetree on my gravel driveway......

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I think MJL is dead, but there are other options from list members right now with some really interesting stuff in the pipeline.

I don't know if it will do you any good but I have a few of these wheels being made up right now for myself and should have one extra. I don't know if it would work with the standard EDIS VR sensor,(it may not be a viable with any EDIS based setup). It is specifically designed to work with a Honeywell GT101 Hall Effect sensor and fit on the back of a tii crank hub.

David

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the back of a Tii crank pulley where the AC pulley would be with only a very little work.

I believe the proper project you want to track is MegaSquirtnEdis

Regards,

John N

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