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1-2-Spark and 1-2-Squirt... 
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one of the 1-2-spark users (running two cars on it) made his own laser cut VR sensor mounting , I think this is taking 1-2-Spark and 1-2-squirt to the next level.. For me it is awesome... Now you don't need to weld; you can just bolt it in place...
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Tue Mar 24, 2015 10:18 pm
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This user can't wait to get a 1-2-squirt unit from me either.... he has already bought a BMW CS650 motorcycle throttlebody to convert his carburator to 1-2-squirt injection...


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Another user can't wait either and wants to put in 2 injectors near the inletvalves of his engine and keep the carb as trottlevalve...

So I already have two volunteer testdrivers....... 8-) 8-) 8-)


Tue Mar 24, 2015 10:23 pm
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The VR sensor bracket is terrible. Tell him to get it cut again from much thicker material...

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That was my first thought as well.. The sensor is on a thin bit of steel centimeters away from the bracket's mounting point.
The bracket will pick up engine vibrations and amplify them. This same problem is a regular source of sync problems in many
DIY trigger wheel installs.

Might be more cheaply fixed by welding a strengthening rib at a 90 degree angle to the bracket.

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Wed Mar 25, 2015 2:51 pm
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Sure, but my experience with thin brackets with welded reinforcements is that they crack. They tend to do it fairly quickly, too.

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Thu May 21, 2015 9:19 pm
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If anyone has a copy of the above posts so that they can be restored, that'd be great, thanks.

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