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This is a discussion on crank sensor? within the Computer & Tuning forums, part of the LSx Technical Help Section category; i am building ls1 for my 1967 camaro and i am trying to find out a technical problem. I built ...

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    Question crank sensor?

    i am building ls1 for my 1967 camaro and i am trying to find out a technical problem. I built a ls1 and i installed a ls2 crank wich has a different reluctor ring. I have a 2002 f body pcm and was wondering if my crank sensor, pcm,or wiring needs to be changed for crank sensor signal due to the different reluctor ring?

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    I believe this is what you'll need if you have the 58x reluctor

    Lingenfelter 58x to 24x convertor

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    thanks alot for help, they do have converter just ordered $260.00

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