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Speedy Squirrel Speedy Squirrel is offline
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Mainly, many don't want all that stuff on the crank snout. Makes it look more like added on verses built in.

The crank torsional vibration scatters the crank signal on the snout end, but not that important unless you are using individual cylinder knock control, or misfire detection.
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I might only suggest that you go ahead and mount the cylinder head temp sensor, and 60-2 flywheel, if the system you have in mind needs them.


Is there any advantage to having the teeth on the flywheel as opposed to a trigger wheel mounted to the crank pulley? I can't think of one.

Flywheels are expensive...
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