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    Re: 36-1 Trigger Wheel Crank Pulley Adapters

    Updated on FB a while back, but threw down for 2.

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    Re: 36-1 Trigger Wheel Crank Pulley Adapters

    UPDATE 8/15/2021:
    Anyone else interested in this Group Buy please get your deposits in by Friday 8/20/21. Materials are being ordered based on deposits.

    And thank you to those that have already paid a deposit!

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    Re: 36-1 Trigger Wheel Crank Pulley Adapters

    Paid!!!

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    Re: 36-1 Trigger Wheel Crank Pulley Adapters

    Thank you to the 30 Group Buy participants who paid deposits for 38 adapters!
    The numbers have been communicated to our Canadian manufacturer, and material is being ordered!

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    Re: 36-1 Trigger Wheel Crank Pulley Adapters

    I will be using the Holley ECM. This looks wonderful. I had to build one for my Duramax Diesel when I went to a NIRA ECM.


    One question on the 2.5 platforms. In NHRA stock Eliminator you are not allowed to run a crank trigger unless there is currently one they. Excuse my ignorance, I have yet to put my hands on one of these engines. Have a complete car on the way. I Will be running it in Stock Eliminator when my Jr dragster driver ages out. She has a few months left. I am trying to make the Divisional race in 3 weeks.

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    I will be using the Holley ECM. This looks wonderful. I had to build one for my Duramax Diesel when I went to a NIRA ECM.


    One question on the 2.5 platforms. In NHRA stock Eliminator you are not allowed to run a crank trigger unless there is currently one they. Excuse my ignorance, I have yet to put my hands on one of these engines. Have a complete car on the way. I Will be running it in Stock Eliminator when my Jr dragster driver ages out. She has a few months left. I am trying to make the Divisional race in 3 weeks.
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    Re: 36-1 Trigger Wheel Crank Pulley Adapters

    Quote Originally Posted by Comp461 View Post
    I will be using the Holley ECM. This looks wonderful. I had to build one for my Duramax Diesel when I went to a NIRA ECM.


    One question on the 2.5 platforms. In NHRA stock Eliminator you are not allowed to run a crank trigger unless there is currently one they. Excuse my ignorance, I have yet to put my hands on one of these engines. Have a complete car on the way. I Will be running it in Stock Eliminator when my Jr dragster driver ages out. She has a few months left. I am trying to make the Divisional race in 3 weeks.

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    I will be using the Holley ECM. This looks wonderful. I had to build one for my Duramax Diesel when I went to a NIRA ECM.


    One question on the 2.5 platforms. In NHRA stock Eliminator you are not allowed to run a crank trigger unless there is currently one they. Excuse my ignorance, I have yet to put my hands on one of these engines. Have a complete car on the way. I Will be running it in Stock Eliminator when my Jr dragster driver ages out. She has a few months left. I am trying to make the Divisional race in 3 weeks.
    What was the question?


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    Re: 36-1 Trigger Wheel Crank Pulley Adapters

    Quote Originally Posted by Comp461 View Post
    I will be using the Holley ECM. This looks wonderful. I had to build one for my Duramax Diesel when I went to a NIRA ECM.


    One question on the 2.5 platforms. In NHRA stock Eliminator you are not allowed to run a crank trigger unless there is currently one they. Excuse my ignorance, I have yet to put my hands on one of these engines. Have a complete car on the way. I Will be running it in Stock Eliminator when my Jr dragster driver ages out. She has a few months left. I am trying to make the Divisional race in 3 weeks.

    - - - Updated - - -

    I will be using the Holley ECM. This looks wonderful. I had to build one for my Duramax Diesel when I went to a NIRA ECM.


    One question on the 2.5 platforms. In NHRA stock Eliminator you are not allowed to run a crank trigger unless there is currently one they. Excuse my ignorance, I have yet to put my hands on one of these engines. Have a complete car on the way. I Will be running it in Stock Eliminator when my Jr dragster driver ages out. She has a few months left. I am trying to make the Divisional race in 3 weeks.
    Welcome to the site. There isn't a crank trigger on our engines, in stock form if that's what you're asking. They use a hall effect pickup under the distributor cap, and that's it.

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    Re: 36-1 Trigger Wheel Crank Pulley Adapters

    the TIII dohc 2.2 in the spirit R/T uses a crank trigger. the 8v stuff, not so much.

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    Re: 36-1 Trigger Wheel Crank Pulley Adapters

    Quote Originally Posted by Aries_Turbo View Post
    the TIII dohc 2.2 in the spirit R/T uses a crank trigger. the 8v stuff, not so much.

    Brian
    Great catch, Bucar. I always forget about that since I've never owned a TIII car. Distributors for life!

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    Re: 36-1 Trigger Wheel Crank Pulley Adapters

    one good thing about the distributor setup in our cars is that it keeps the motor from grenading if the intermediate shaft gears that drive the oil pump shear off because the engine stops running.

    for those going to crank triggers, use the distributor pickup wheel and a sensor to tell the new ecu what is cyl #1 and if the ecu loses sync, have it shut down.

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    Re: 36-1 Trigger Wheel Crank Pulley Adapters

    in the middle lane of a multi lane highway .. that ain't as great an idea as it might seem...

    direct connection had an oil pressure activated ignition kill switch.. great at the track .. not so much so with a tractor trailer up your butt

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