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LS1 sensor wiring details

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    LS1 sensor wiring details

    Hi Guys,

    Over here in New Zealand I am involed in a project fitting an 5.7L (350 cu) LS1 engine into a 95 Camaro, to be used in this years Dunlop Targa (5 day long tour racing against the clock on closed roads).

    The LS1 is from a 2002 australian Holden Comodore (you get the two door coupe versions rebadged as a pontiac)

    Any way, I am building the ecu system for the engine, based on a megasquirt MS1 system, and would like some information on the sensor wiring for the cam and crank, as well as the quad coils.

    The crank and cam are both a 3 wire and I believe are 5v powered, the coils are 12v powered, but controlled with a 5 volt signal ?

    Any diagrams , pictures or help will be greatly apreciated.

    At the end of the day I paln to have a ecu system that is plug'n'play with the LS1 engine, for guys doing engine conversions (the LS1 is becomming a popular swap over here

    Thanks in advance


    Mathew

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