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    Big problem. Can’t point to cylinder #1 pop off in the way. Closest I can get would be five. So now what? Liked to never have gotten it in with the bypass valve in the way.

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    Question I don’t know a lot about this the insides of this MSD sensor but can we remove the top and rotate something to make it work.
    Now I did not see anything telling me what to point to number one. I was using the cable outlet as my reference to point it. This is all new to me.

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    Can I set it up the housing 180degs out and and the internals right. I’ve got to find a blowup of this thing so I know what I can and cannot move.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 3DTim View Post
    Big problem. Can’t point to cylinder #1 pop off in the way.
    The cam sync unit doesn't have to point to #1 cylinder. (Read post #60 above.) The cam sync unit can be installed facing any direction 360°. It's the inner shaft that has to be positioned at Digital Falling (in the direction of rotation). This is how I do it: https://forums.holley.com/showthread...228#post211228 (Cam Sync Unit Installation)
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    Okay thanks. I was getting all kinds of excited. I gotta stop on it till I get the other car ready to head to Louisville next weekend. Thanks a lot for your help.

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    Okay, I’m so sick of this thing, I can’t sand it! Put the cam sync in, no light turn it almost all the way around no light. I’ve got it marked where the magnet is so I know where or when the light should come on. Nope! Take it out of the car light will come on. Checked power to it it’s good ground shows to be good. So why will it work out of the car, but not in the car? Power, Ground, light should come on.

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    Is the camshaft/gear turning when cranking the engine? Look down the distributor hole without the cam sync installed.

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    Yes, it does, but never got that far. Put it in and got it set right. Went to set it for Digital Falling at the end of the or side magnet on light. Light should come on as long as it’s on the magnet and go off when not. I’ve got it marked where it’s at and even centered over the magnet no light. Checked power and ground both good. But I can turn the housing on & off never a light. Pulled it back out light works fine.

    I talked to MSD and he said must be a short in it. Send it back where I got it. So now that guy is not wanting to take it bake. So now I got to get eBay in it. Life just keeps getting better. But on the upside, I got a Top Five Pro Pic at NSRA in Louisville last weekend.

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    I am sorry you are having so much trouble dude. But this does bring up an interesting point that I feel can help others in the future. Please do not take as a personal attack.

    When buying this stuff is it worth saving a few bucks vs paying a licensed, authorized Holley dealer?The good ones have had training, use and tune these systems daily, will support you, before and after the sale. And can get you results fast when it comes to warranty protection. I work hard for my money too, but for such expensive, and sensitive electronics it is always best to deal with a reputable dealership. Personally I have been dealing with Gene Borton at midcoast motorsports and he has been great answering all of my questions.

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