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Old 03-27-2014, 01:21 PM   #1
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Default What is needed to improve crank signal on 96 engine

I'm currently running MS3X on 93 miata, 96 engine, and 93 CAS. I want to run sequential fuel and improve the scatter I get in my rpm gauge at high rpms. I have done a search and it appears most people are using 99 cam and crank position setup.

From researching I thought i could use a 99 crank sensor and FM 36-2 wheel, but I am unsure what is required for the CMP signal since I don't have a 99 head. I also have the CAS from the 96 engine if it is helpful. Any input on a good setup for crank position and cam for this setup would be appreciated.
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You could mod the CAS to give one pulse per revolution.
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your rpm gauge shows scatter? amazing.
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