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Old 03-20-2015, 10:22 PM   #1
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I'm running a 4T trigger wheel on my Supermiata Damper and am looking to upgrade, but my MSLabs MS2e only supports the 4T trigger wheel or the Flyin' Miata 36-2T trigger wheel. I know your Website offers a 36+1T trigger wheel that can be modified to a 36T or 36-1T, but could it also be modded to a 36-2T trigger wheel? If so, would the timing marks line up the same as the FM 36-2T trigger wheel for the ATI Damper?
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if you find you need a supermiata 36-1 to modify, i have one, I just switched to the stock style 4 tooth. pay shipping its yours.
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Does anyone know if that would work?

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if you find you need a supermiata 36-1 to modify, i have one, I just switched to the stock style 4 tooth. pay shipping its yours.
I'll keep that in mind, thanks.
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Emilio, do you know if the Supermiata 36-1T TW could function as a 36-2T TW?
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Apparently you can on a Hydra. The teeth are in the different place on FM wheel VS SuperMiata wheel, but you can use Megasquirt Hydra timing reference angle to compensate.

https://www.miataturbo.net/general-m...1-wheel-74519/

Edit: that's on a Hydra. I'm not sure about Megasquirt
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Megasquirt's adjustment range is -90 to +90 degrees. I dunno if that's enough range to match the FM's trigger wheel.
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Apparently you can on a Hydra. The teeth are in the different place on FM wheel VS SuperMiata wheel, but you can use Megasquirt Hydra timing reference angle to compensate.

https://www.miataturbo.net/general-m...1-wheel-74519/

Edit: that's on a Hydra. I'm not sure about Megasquirt
Sorry, I always try to search to avoid duplicate threads, but clearly I F'd up this time.

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Megasquirt's adjustment range is -90 to +90 degrees. I dunno if that's enough range to match the FM's trigger wheel.
Thanks, I'll have to get with Rev and see what he says than.

Is it possible for someone to move this thread to the Megasquirt section?

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