The wheel and sensor arrived today.
I mocked up the wheel and made a mount for the sensor, which I will paint later along with the wheel. Its made from 6mm alloy, so it shouldn't move at all.
It looks funny in this picture because it's twisted to sit at the right angle.
Because of a recent change of plans, I can't permanently mount the wheel as I need a new crank pulley.
Once the new pulley arrives I will mount the wheel properly.
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It might be the image - but is not the sensor suppose to be aligned on the same plain with the wheel so the end of the sensor is 1mm (or so) away from the edge of the wheel. This allows the Gaps in the wheel to affect the magnetic field and hence change the signal provided to the ECU? It look like it is on the side of the plate not on the edge.
Yes, hence "once the pulley arrives I will mount the wheel properly".
At the moment the wheel is sitting up against the lip on the balancer. Once I get the new pulley and work out how I'm going to mount it, I will machine the wheel to suit. The wheel will move back 6mm or so once it's machined.
I actually do have another relay to add, to power the coils and injectors, so I have bought a set of stackable relay bases to make things neater.
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Nice one Jeff. Was talking to my systems guy at work who is a bit of a classic car guy. He drove in his beautiful old Fairlady in and he did his own injection system, from memory his is sequential. Knows a hell of a lot about this stuff so if you need anything let me know and I can hook you up.a couple of pics below
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