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EDIS wheel and Crankshaft position

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clintonvillian
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EDIS wheel and Crankshaft position

Post #1 by clintonvillian » Sat Feb 21, 2015 8:35 am

Is there any correlation between the missing tooth on the EDIS (36-1) or the 60-2 Trigger wheels with respect to the crank position?

Also do you all know if TDC is correlated with the balancer key?

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Re: EDIS wheel and Crankshaft position

Post #2 by Turbo_B » Sat Feb 21, 2015 9:50 am

Are you trying to use a balancer from a different engine?

The 300-6 never came with EDIS, so you can have the trigger wheel oriented any way that you want, then put the sensor the appropriate number of degrees BTDC.

As for the 60-2 vs 36-1 wheels, I am not sure about the correlation.
1969 MGB - Bored, cam'd, aluminum head, MSEFI, turbo charged and intercooled at 10.5psi
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Re: EDIS wheel and Crankshaft position

Post #3 by clintonvillian » Sat Feb 21, 2015 6:41 pm

Correct, I have a SBF SFI balancer adapted to fit. I am in the process of designing the trigger wheel to mount to the back of the pulley I have also designed. The pulley will have a centering ring cut into it, with four bolts that mount the 36-1 or 60-2 ring onto it. I will probably have both cut, so that I can waffle on using EDIS or a stand alone system such as the holley HP.

I just need to make sure that I have the alignment correct when they are machined. I am thinking that the best option may be to cut true 36 and 60 tooth wheels, and then grind off the teeth and drill the counter balance hole after I get everything set up.

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Re: EDIS wheel and Crankshaft position

Post #4 by Turbo_B » Sun Feb 22, 2015 7:01 am

About 2/3 of the way down is a picture of my EDIS trigger wheel on a 300 balancer.

http://fordsix.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=22&t=60583&start=50
1969 MGB - Bored, cam'd, aluminum head, MSEFI, turbo charged and intercooled at 10.5psi
1989 F150 - Stockish rebuild, Comp Cam, Megasquirt, turbo charged and intercooled at 14psi

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