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    240z
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    1971 Series 1 barn find.

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  1. What crank pulley? Early 240z?
  2. Whee. That’s a great looking setup! I would guess the plug clears. But I should know this am.
  3. Bracket is done! I need to test a plug. But I think they will clear. Pretty darn happy with it.
  4. What do you mean? They have built in igniters. 3 wire. Ground, positive and trigger.
  5. R35 are the Nissan family. 2nd highest tested coil on the market (I’m not an expert) looks cool. Available new. All black and small.
  6. I haven't bought an ecu yet, but I think I will get the haltech Elite 750. I believe I am the first for doing wasted spark and R35 coils. I don't think I will do a cam sensor, but if I do, it wouldn't be too hard to change. The injectors and ignition would be paired by the ecu, so it can be changed to sequential anytime.
  7. The flywheel is an interesting idea. Already bought the hoke kit. Now to figure out how I should wire the R35 coils in a wasted spark setup. I think this basic idea would work fine.
  8. Yeah that is how I understood it as well. I will wait for haltechs response. I am a total newbie at all of this. Thank you for the detailed response. You can order the hoke in 36-1 or a 60-2. It's an option. I own both. Here it he 60
  9. https://hokeperformance.squarespace.com/l-series-crank-angle-sensor https://hokeperformance.squarespace.com/store/l-series-crank-angle-sensor-kit Haltech just said 60-2 is enough to run it all. I have an email in to them as well. Curious on it all
  10. I get a little confused on all the signals and such. But most crank sensors are 36-1 which tells the ecu it a lot of info but not enough to know if it's intake or exhaust. The 60-2 tells the ecu exactly what stroke its on. So that is all it needs. But again, I am a giant newbie on all of this. So?
  11. I just learned that my hoke 60-2 should be enough to get the ecu all the data it needs for the crank/ cam. Pretty neat!
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