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Originally Posted by TurboKraft View Post
TurboKraft can machine your flywheel for the EFI trigger teeth, save you the money of buying another flywheel.
All 1984-94 engine cases have the 2-bolt mounting flange by cylinder #3 for the flywheel speed reference sensor.
Then we use a hall-effect sensor to read the flywheel. High resolution, and a clean signal.
Simple.

Pump: that's the old scav pump that pre-dates Clewett's, both of which are just VW oil pumps in billet housings. They ~4x more than stock, and are good for engines running non-KKK/BorgWarner journal bearing turbochargers.
There is still the problem of getting cam sync for sequential operation which means adding an air pump pulley modified for a cam sensor, going to the new Clewett scavenge pump, or modifying your distributor for cam sensor function.

Chris, what did you mean about "good for engines running non-KKK..."? Will this pump not work adequately for a ball bearing turbo or KKK?
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