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    Hi all. So I was looking through some documents to try and figure out what I'd need for my project, a 509 cubic inch big block Chevy, to control stuff like the oil coolers fan, the radiator fans, the block mounted electric water pump, and the fan on the transmission cooler I'll be using. Then that led me to wondering how to wire in the crank & cam position sensors, they're going to be a 24x crank reluctor using factory style GM parts like what's on the Vortec 454 engines and a cam sync distributor. And then there's the question of what harness I need for the traction control box, or if I can setup a traction control system without the Davis box? I think I might've seen a thread about that last question on here before, I'll have to look again. Anyway, thanks in advance.

    I also forgot to mention this, I'm wondering how I could control an Accusump with an electric valve? Simply set it up in the tune where if the oil pressure sensor sees a low pressure situation, it actuates the valve. If the low pressure situation persists, it goes into a safe mode? I'd like to do something similar with the fuel pressure sensor where if it sees low fuel pressure for too long, it shuts the engine off. Although the more I think about that, it doesn't seem to hard.

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    Quote Originally Posted by P0wellbr View Post
    So I was looking through some documents to try and figure out what I'd need for my project, a 509 cubic inch big block Chevy, to control stuff like the oil coolers fan, the radiator fans, the block mounted electric water pump, and the fan on the transmission cooler I'll be using.
    http://forums.holley.com/showthread....8389#post58389 (How To Create A Custom Input/Output)

    Then that led me to wondering how to wire in the crank & cam position sensors, they're going to be a 24x crank reluctor using factory style GM parts like what's on the Vortec 454 engines and a cam sync distributor.
    http://forums.holley.com/showthread....ents-Read-This (Initial Checks & Adjustments - Read Step #6)

    And then there's the question of what harness I need for the traction control box, or if I can setup a traction control system without the Davis box? I think I might've seen a thread about that last question on here before, I'll have to look again.
    https://forums.holley.com/showthread...6295#post86295 (Related Forum Thread)

    I also forgot to mention this, I'm wondering how I could control an Accusump with an electric valve?
    https://forums.holley.com/showthread...ol-an-Accusump (Related Forum Thread)
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