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    Putting a DSM CAS onto the distributor?

    I came across this for a Volvo and it seems it can be easily adapted to a Dodge distributor?
    https://yoshifab.com/store/billet-re...s-adapter.html


    Then you can go aftermarket ECU with sequential injection with COP.

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    Re: Putting a DSM CAS onto the distributor?

    I actually have provided an adapter for the 420a/SRT4 engine...

    http://rbryant.freeshell.org/420a_cam_adapter.htm I have a couple of them in stock.

    The guy made over 700hp on the dyno which is/was the record for a 420a using my adapter.

    Some of his videos show the prototype version where the bolt holes were slightly misplaced so it was rotated past the slot in the DSM sensor (this is now fixed).

    https://youtu.be/fDdIjWpBgWA

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    Re: Putting a DSM CAS onto the distributor?

    Nice! If there is a demand, what do you think the price point would be for an adapter for the 2.2/2.5 distributor position?

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    Re: Putting a DSM CAS onto the distributor?

    Quote Originally Posted by tryingbe View Post
    Nice! If there is a demand, what do you think the price point would be for an adapter for the 2.2/2.5 distributor position?
    Will the DSM CAS fit on a 2.2/2.5 directly centered over the stock distributor drive shaft in place of the distributor? This is with the distributor shaft cut down to be below the surface of the distributor base where the HEP mounts.

    If it will then it would be pretty easy, if not then it would be difficult.



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    Re: Putting a DSM CAS onto the distributor?

    I don't know, someone else will have to figure it out as I don't have a CAS.

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    Re: Putting a DSM CAS onto the distributor?

    This 1.6 Miata I have here uses a similar setup. It even has the Mitsubishi logo on the CAS.

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