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Any EFI's that works w 3.2 crank senser?

Are there any aftermarket EFI systems that can be configured to work with the factory wire harness on a factory Carrera 3.2?

The trick might be accepting the Porsche crank position sensor system.

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IIRC, any will work.
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Thank you. What dose IIRC mean please?
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The Accel is not good with factory sensor- but could be made to work.
But all of the heavy hitters already have the "62-62" configuration in the setup menu.
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It is not likely to find a aftermarket EFI that uses the 35-pin DME connector and pin configuration.
The 3.2L DME uses 2 sensors on the flywheel, the speed and reference sensors. The speed sensor reads the starter ring which is 130 teeth (I might be off by a tooth or two). The ref sensor reads a single marker (set screw) on the flywheel that is positioned around 58deg from TDC. Most aftermarket EFI systems expect a 60-2 or 36-1 trigger wheels, so they will not be compatible with the factory 3.2L two sensors setup.

Depending on what you want to do, there is a way to gain control over fuel and ignition with the factory DME, so going to EFI may not be needed.
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I would say the Link ECU could do it. Both triggers (crank/cam) can be set to nearly any config.
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expect a 60-2 or 36-1 trigger wheels, so they will not be compatible with the factory 3.2L two sensors setup.
60-2 is what I meant to say.
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