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    Default DIY Auto Tune Crank Trigger

    Anyone have any experience using the DIY auto tune crank trigger? looks like an affordable option when using an LA flywheel.

    https://www.diyautotune.com/shop/sen...369223c96722db
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    In for info. I need one for my megasquirt.

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    Quote Originally Posted by niebs View Post
    In for info. I need one for my megasquirt.
    I need to figure out if I want to mount it to a stock replacement balancer or aftermarket


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    Yeah I hear ya. I'm in that boat too. I'm not planing on putting much money into this set up cause it'll come out when I finish the other motor. Unless the SBM damper will fit a newer hemi? hrm. Might have to look into that. If so then I may look into a flyin magnet wheel. They seem to be more versatile with other ecms.

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    Quote Originally Posted by niebs View Post
    Yeah I hear ya. I'm in that boat too. I'm not planing on putting much money into this set up cause it'll come out when I finish the other motor. Unless the SBM damper will fit a newer hemi? hrm. Might have to look into that. If so then I may look into a flyin magnet wheel. They seem to be more versatile with other ecms.
    I thought about it, I'm going to turn the ID if the DIY autotune one to match the OD of the shaft that sticks out the back of the stock balancer, then I'll drill and tap into he back of the balancer. I need to double check if it's not steel in the back thought. If not I'll probably drill and use sheetmetal screws.


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    It's a shame dual sync distributors are so expensive.

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