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Cheeze
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Post by Cheeze »

Afternoon folk, im wondering if any of you th eother side of the pond would be interested in posting a vr sensor the same in the link below across to the uk.

Im not really prepared to spend £50 to buy a new one tbh.

Sensor im needing http://www.autosportlabs.net/images/thu ... ounted.jpg

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Post by Funky Diver »

You can get a full edis kit on fleabay for less than £40 :D

http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/EDIS-4-INGITION-C ... 4aa891b6ff


Or just the VR sensor for £18 http://www.megasquirt-v8.co.uk/generic_parts.php

And a quick bimble to a scrappie will definitely furnish the bits you need for less than a tenner :)

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Post by brentp »

We're also working to get this and the on-bolt "tubular" sensor orderable from the online store in the very near future. Just lining up a good supplier..
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Post by cng1 »

Europe didn't get that style of crank sensor so a trip to a scrappie won't help. The European style is the right-angled version rather than the straight-through one in the picture. They both function the same, it's the mounting styles that differ (connectors too I believe). We stock new UK/EU style connectors but unfortunately not the US style.
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Post by Cheeze »

Yea its the us style sensor i need, as this is the way i have mine now Image[/img]

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Hmm, that mounting isn't ideal is it. You could of course swing the sensor round with the European sensor - no need for the US style.
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Post by Cheeze »

Any ideas on where to pick on up from?

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Post by cng1 »

It looks like you've got loads of mounting options. You're obviously already using some bolt holes in broadly the right place, the better options looks to use the hole that you can see just below your current bracket. Then again you've also got the sump bolts. There's probably more mounting points that I can't see in the picture there but even if not you're positively spoiled for options
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