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OK here goes.... all of a sudden i have a 500 rpm difference in between what i am programming my footbrake rpm in my digital 7 (program at 4000rpm) and when it is actually happening ( hitting footbrake rev at 3500 rpm). So what gives?

I have changed the dig 7, the coil, checked rotor phasing, checked timing, checked gap on crank trigger sensor,etc.... i am running shileded cable on the sensor.

Could the crank trigger sensor be bad or going bad??

ANY AND ALL THOUGHTS ARE WELCOME

Thanks, Mikie
 

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No other problems. i have changed the footbrake rpm either up or down and the problem remians a constant 500 rpm difference.

I am pulling my hair out on this.
 

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HA now thats funny. I wish i had the balls to do that but i know it is probably affecting my timing also. If i am having these problems at low RPM i would hate to see what is going on at 8500.

I have now noticed that my reluctor keeps moving after i set it to sync to the magnetic pick up.

WTF????
 
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