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Engine / Re: Crank sensor
« Last post by sirdeuce on Today at 07:40:11 AM »
I'm looking at possibilities for my next build. The 36-1 wheel is available from many sources, but the sensor bracket is a bit more elusive. I have 2 more builds I want to do, a 7AGE (hybrid 7A block and 4AGE head) and a 2.6l 20R head on 22R block.
Sensing crank and cam position allows a more precise tuning capability than the stock sensors allow. Better computer capabilities. More things to play with!
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Newbie Questions / Re: ecu delete
« Last post by redneckcustoms13 on Today at 05:48:58 AM »
You could certainly do this with a carburetor and gasoline. Just need a more simplistic carb like a weber.
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Newbie Questions / Re: ecu delete
« Last post by Gnarly4X on Today at 04:24:34 AM »

to gnarly;
i rather be ready for the unseen future and problems ahead rather assume the latter that everthing will be fine . its a definte risk if an electrical storm or emp storm does come i beg to differ and solar flares etc. we have not really had a storm of that maginutde.  and they are coming

and i personaly hate ecus in vechiles .. they suk


Hey Tiffany,

Electrical storms:  If you fear a lightning strike on your vehicle, which is extremely rare considering the number of lightning bolts and the number of automobiles on the roads, a direct lightning strike to your vehicle would most likely blows tires, fry wiring, and ignite the fuel tank Ė of course minus your deleted ECU.

Solar flares:  no real danger to us here on Earth.
https://www.worldsciencefestival.com/2014/10/whats-real-danger-solar-flares/


EMP:  The chance of a nuclear war or attack on a major world city is possible, itís not likely in the USA.   A nuclear blast that would cause an EMP powerful enough to damage your ECU-controlled vehicle would most likely destroy so much of the electrical grid and infrastructure, your vehicle would be the least of your concerns.
https://www.citymetric.com/horizons/which-cities-are-greatest-risk-nuclear-war-1586


You concern for a potential extreme catastrophic event may be a real fear, but not a likely cause of your ECU-controlled engine failure.

But hereís some protection: 
https://www.empshield.com/?msclkid=aad39772f45915d030eccaa54a00c77e&utm_source=bing&utm_medium=cpc&utm_campaign=Fiverr%20-%20EMP%20Ad&utm_term=emp&utm_content=EMP%20Ad


ECUs:  I agree the ECU and itís required sensors are a pain in the arse to test, diagnose, replace, and buy.  Iíd rather have my 1985 22R carbíd engine than my 1986 22RE with itís ECU and sensors. :thumbs:

Gnarls. :gap:
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Engine / Re: Crank sensor
« Last post by Gnarly4X on Today at 02:22:54 AM »
Does anybody make a bolt on crank sensor set for the 22RE?

Just curious....???

What does a "crank sensor" do on a 22RE that a 22RE cannot do without one? :dunno:

Gnarls. :inthedark:
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Really?  I already have one..





 :therethere:.....I wish...
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Parts Wanted / 79-83 spare wheel
« Last post by raptome on Yesterday at 08:06:32 PM »
Donít want chrome, I have one of those. Just a basic spare wheel that I can blast and paint.
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Newbie Questions / Re: ecu delete
« Last post by Tiffany on Yesterday at 04:42:02 PM »
to redneckcustoms13;
can i do that if i just gaslonine?

to wainiha;
perhaps i do wanna run lol and afraid of emp guns

to lewis hein;
points are not bad at me. but i dont know what a condensor stuff is?

to gnarly;
i rather be ready for the unseen future and problems ahead rather assume the latter that everthing will be fine . its a definte risk if an electrical storm or emp storm does come i beg to differ and solar flares etc. we have not really had a storm of that maginutde.  and they are coming

and i personaly hate ecus in vechiles .. they suk
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Any release schedule for the standard kit? Testing being done? Pricing? Thinking of something for the 4Runner...
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Newbie Questions / Re: ecu delete
« Last post by Wainiha on Yesterday at 09:44:41 AM »
maybe you need to run from the cops and are afraid their EMP guns would disable you? :gap:
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Newbie Questions / Re: ecu delete
« Last post by redneckcustoms13 on Yesterday at 04:48:33 AM »
Do you still have the stock carb? If you do, it has an electronic choke that works off of temp sensors that run through the little ecm. I have deleted the ecm on a few 22r trucks when we converted to propane. Just ran a 20r distributor (single vacuum line) and a normal 2 wire coil(12v+ one side, ground the other). Super simple.
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