Replacement Motronic 60-2 Sensor
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    Default Replacement Motronic 60-2 Sensor

    I had few problems with a Motronic sensor on the dyno recently. Rather than replace with OEM, it was suggested to use a hall effect trigger as the output is less suspectible to noise. I drew and machined up an adapter to go in the standard hole. So now I have a 60-2 hall effect trigger.

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    Peter what type of sensor is the original setup.is it vr? wouldnt mind doind something like that myself

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    What do you mean by VR? All I know is the standard one is reluctor and puts out a sine wave as opposed to a square wave on the hall effect. You'd need to verify with your tuner before going too far down that path.

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    Here is a good reference posted in another thread...
    http://www.picoauto.com/tutorials/trigger-signals.html

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    sorry by vr i meant variable reluctance sensor. not acommodore

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