GREENVK wrote:That's pretty much what I'm using in mine. Didn't want to pay their ridiculous prices though, so just bought their rotor and hall effect and modified a standard EST dizzy to suit. Cost me about $200 all up.
GREENVK wrote:Yeah they probably wouldn't because it's more money for them.
The EST dizzy has no internals, other than the rotor that points the spark to the correct cylinder. The EFI unit has rotor, the reluctor system to fire the coil, advance weights and the vac retard unit.
I don't have the part numbers unfortunately, but if you tell him you just want to buy the 6 cylinder sequential rotor ($110 from memory) and the dual hall effect sensor to suit (~$80), they should be able to give you the right bits.
Took me about an hour to make. Still need to get a cover machined up for it though.
They're very good to deal with. They're located in Mitcham if you're in Melbourne. They usually have the rotors in stock (think they make them), but I had to order the hall effect in (next day).
GREENVK wrote:Yeah I'm running 6 of the D585 Chev Yukon coils.
I'm just going to get my engine builder to turn up a cover using the dizzy cap as a guide (but with a flat top)
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