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Subject: Re: Dunce question

Date: 02/14/03 at 3:12 AM
Posted by: andrew
E-mail: andrewolds@hotmail.com
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In Reply to: Re: Dunce question posted by Brian Snell on 02/13/03 at 12:25 PM:

Unfortunately there is no way to mount delicate sensors on the inside of the gearbox, as it's full of oil and gets up to 100 degrees celsius or so. Hall effect sensors are a possibility, and i just happen to have a couple of crank angle sensors lying around. An option would be to mount the input sensor on the clutch input shaft (outside the gearbox) and the output sensor on the tailshaft. Will have to get out the manual to check the ratios.

What makes you say switches activated by the shift lever would not work?


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