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Old 07-05-2011, 11:08 PM
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WTB: 7.3 IDI cyl #1 or 4 pulse timing fitting

Hey all,

My truck had a PO from hell and I do not have a pulse timing unit on my number one or number four injector. I am hoping someone out there can sell me one with possibly the number one line as mine looks bent out of shape. I have a Rotunda timing meter that will use the pulse timing method or the lumy method. I am having inconclusive results with the lumy, so I want to try the pulse method.

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Sorry I can't help you with the sensor, hopefully someone can!

Personally I DESPERATELY want a close-up photo of the orginal Rotunda pulse adapter and find out what it's made of. There isn't a single image or drawing of it on the net!

I'm building a timing system and need to know how that unit works. Do you think you can help?
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Yeah, I can take pictures and maybe even measurements. It isn't a complicated device. It is basically a brass clamp. Anyone with a machine shop could fab up a new one.
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That would be fantastic. The sizes aren't important for my use but what it's made out of and its design are.
Essentially I've got a design for a timing unit that uses a simple crankshaft sensor and PC board, and I know there's a way to use that existing pulse sensor, I just need to know if there's a piezo or coil already in that adapter so I know what signal to sense for.

I'll call the local JY about the piece you're missing. I remember a thread a few months ago where someone said they had a spare too.
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