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Old 10-08-2015, 10:42 AM
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Default New BP Trigger Wheels - 12, 4, 60-2 tooth configurations for OEM and ATi Dampers!

If you weren't already aware, the ATI dampers will not support the OEM style trigger wheel. We've taken the liberty to custom machine these 4, 12 and 60-2 tooth timing wheels to remain compatible with BOTH dampers. This design allows you to either install directly onto your OEM Mazda damper or snip out the center and install it to your performance ATi Dynamic Damper. Keep in mind, you SAVE on this setup when you purchase an ATi damper and simply add it as an option on the product page HERE. These allow you to properly configure AEM, Haltech, Adaptronic, Megasquirt and many other aftermarket management solutions.





We sell these as a bundle WITH the ATi Dampers - To our knowledge we have the BEST pricing on the ATi damper kit with hardware.

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Please inform potential customers that the 12+1 is not supported at all with the Megasquirt, and the 60-2 will only allow batch fuel/wasted spark, and no VVT at all.
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The “into to megasquirt thread” mentions that the MS3 basic has 5 inputs with built in pull up resistors - and I was just wondering why it would have so many, while the MS3Pro PnP has just 2 (with no pull ups?)
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Please inform potential customers that the 12+1 is not supported at all with the Megasquirt, and the 60-2 will only allow batch fuel/wasted spark, and no VVT at all.
We will have a 36-2 version completed tonight. Should cover just about everyone's needs. Thread will be updated accordingly.
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The “into to megasquirt thread” mentions that the MS3 basic has 5 inputs with built in pull up resistors - and I was just wondering why it would have so many, while the MS3Pro PnP has just 2 (with no pull ups?)
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Great product idea.
Maybe it's just me but it looks like there needs to be 4 of those snippy parts not 2, for strength. Waitaminit, is most of the wheel sandwiched, or is the outer part free to vibrate?
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actually that's a valid concern
the part sandwiched is the inner part, leaving the rest unsupported
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That's a non-issue. The material thickness leaves it solid in the OEM damper configuration. Otherwise it doesn't need to be very structural at all once installed. Hard to imagine that looking at the photo but if it needed to be thicker we would have simply made it thicker.
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Is there any other 36-2 wheel available for the OEM damper?
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Originally Posted by aidandj View Post
Is there any other 36-2 wheel available for the OEM damper?
We've done them in the past. Not in this dual purpose configuration.
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That's a non-issue. The material thickness leaves it solid in the OEM damper configuration.
To be clear, the outer part can't vibrate because it's squished / held in place? Because if not IMO there should be at least 4 connections between the inner and outer part, not 2.
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I assure you if you held the part in your hand you'd change your opinion. We're changing it to 4 because of the odd amount of focus on this topic. We've run this setup for months on an 95 AEM car (12 tooth) - you cannot physically move the piece once it's installed. The reason for reducing the tabs was for ease of installation for our ATi customers but if this adds peace of mind for you guys, I'm happy to make the change.

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Awesome. I need one of these because I never ordered one with my original damper purchase. You said the 36-2 will be available tonight or tomorrow? I would like to place an order as soon as I can.
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Awesome. I need one of these because I never ordered one with my original damper purchase. You said the 36-2 will be available tonight or tomorrow? I would like to place an order as soon as I can.
Already live on the site (link), we will have them back from paint tonight.
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Hey guys - ATi Dampers are back in stock! We also have an entire selection of trigger wheels stocked up ready for your orders.

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Could give us a quick walk through of the installation process using the trigger wheel?
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Hey guys - it's rather simple, for a factory damper you'll use the same position your OE trigger wheel was installed, for the ATI damper you'll trim out the entire center section and install it using the included hardware with the damper.
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Hate to be a dork but the 12+1 trigger wheel is as simple as you explained it. That being said, when facing the engine from in front and at TDC, should the two teeth in closest proximity on the trigger wheel be closer to 3 0'clock or 9 o'clock? Thanks!
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Originally Posted by Thr33GenAccord View Post
Hate to be a dork but the 12+1 trigger wheel is as simple as you explained it. That being said, when facing the engine from in front and at TDC, should the two teeth in closest proximity on the trigger wheel be closer to 3 0'clock or 9 o'clock? Thanks!
Reasonable question - Closer to 9 o'clock at TDC when looking at the front of the engine.

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