Crank sensor for Stage 2 front cover

turbobitt

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Does anyone know what bracket was used on a BMS Stage 2 cover to mount the crank sensor?
AG
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turbo89

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I’m talking about whatever bracket was used to fit the factory crank sensor to read the factory pickup ring on the pictured cover.
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I believe Fabrication will be your option,

Dimensions are in the Power source book
 

turbobitt

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I don't think that's the one for the cover I have but I did find this picture in my collection that looks more like something that would work but don't know what or where it is from.
AG.
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So, what are you putting on the crank snout? The sensor will have to 'mate' with the wheel; either a harmonic balancer, a toothed wheel, or a windowed wheel like the one on my Indy engine (shown in my pic). Your pic shows a harmonic balancer with a magnetic stud. Are you using that?
 

turbobitt

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I will be using the stock style windowed wheel. The picture above is a hub with the similar window features. What you think is a magnet stud is just a shadow or clean spot among the rusty metal. I've seen some older stock 4 wire sensors that look similar and was wondering what application they are.
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turbobuick

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I’m talking about whatever bracket was used to fit the factory crank sensor to read the factory pickup ring on the pictured cover.
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Did you find a pic or the answer to this? I am getting ready to fab a sensor PU for a S2 cover
 

steve hughes

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Chris i milled out and did some welding on a Stage II cover so i could use the stock sensor and bracket. I'll try to remember to get some pictures tomorrow.
 
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