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Distributor Cap?

Remote oil level readout?

Tachometer sensor?

High Intensity starter motor?

Electronic gadget to make the driver happy?

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Distributor Cap?

Remote oil level readout?

Tachometer sensor?

High Intensity starter motor?

Electronic gadget to make the driver happy?

Hmmmm....it's clearly made from a distributor. Cam position sensor?

Where did you get the picture?

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the sensor looks like an ABS sensor, or a reed switch. Tacho readout and/or trigger for spark box ?.

Nice job.

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Cam trigger. The secrets are within. Took the pict this morning - my car. Just a teaser for the wannabe full sequential MS crowd.

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My guess is that it somehow involves the Honeywell GT101 hall sensor. Crank/cam sensor?

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My guess is that it somehow involves the Honeywell GT101 hall sensor. Crank/cam sensor?

Very good.

I worked up an alternate first off using a Honeywell SR13D-A1 that is no bigger than a quarter and costs less than $7. Went on to ust the GT101, I had it anyway and knew it worked, but costs 3x as much.

There ain't much inside but the bottom of a rotor with one advance stop left and bent in a bit for a tooth.

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My guess is that it somehow involves the Honeywell GT101 hall sensor. Crank/cam sensor?

Very good.

I worked up an alternate first off using a Honeywell SR13D-A1 that is no bigger than a quarter and costs less than $7. Went on to ust the GT101, I had it anyway and knew it worked, but costs 3x as much.

There ain't much inside but the bottom of a rotor with one advance stop left and bent in a bit for a tooth.

Please, More details!!

I have been toying with the idea of a coil on plug set up, but electrical components aren't my forte.

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you could have used this type too, cheaper altough i am not sure if the maximum switching speed could be suited for such application. Cost like 2$ normaly.

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you could have used this type too, cheaper altough i am not sure if the maximum switching speed could be suited for such application. Cost like 2$ normaly.

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Pat, that looks like a VR sensor which isn't as reliable for a cam sensor. Too much time between pulses and too small a pulse voltage at idle speeds. ECM mfrs are recommending VR sensors for crank where there are many pulses even at low rpm and with high pulse voltage.

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