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Examples of missing tooth CAM VR device? 
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I want to get myself some toothed wheel + VR sensor assembly so that I can play without on a bench, without the rest of the engine. I guess that eliminates all the crankshaft wheels / sensors - I do not want the whole small block on the table :)

Maybe something integrated into the distributor, so that there would be a shaft I can spin by hand and a case? Has to be 80/90s or early 2000s so that I would find it in a junk yard.

Does any car match these criteria?

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Toyota dizzy, but why VR, just use a square wave and bypass your signal conditioner...

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Fred wrote:
Toyota dizzy, but why VR, just use a square wave and bypass your signal conditioner...

Because I want to test my signal conditioner :)

Something like this 1994 Camry?

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Do not see any missing tooth but that does not matter. Thank you for the fast response!

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Yep, those are a good test of your circuitry. Why reinvent the wheel?

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