jose, i actually have the car running now with my EDIS system and it runs great. ill reupdate the write up. if you need any help with it send me a PM and ill walk you through it
Hello again, it's been awhile but I'd like to share where I'm at with my set up. Currently it's at the machine shop as I'm getting a full rebuild with forged piston 83.5mm, All ARP Studs & bolts, Aluminum Flywheel with Action Clutch and OEM Disk (all balanced from the crank pulley to the pressure plate.)It's the weirdest thing TerrenceLP, I had a minor oil leak in the CPS so i took it apart to change the bearing and oil seal, and upon reassemply i accidentally tapped both the shaft and the sensor with my brass face hammer. Unfortunately breaking G1 pickup. So i swapped it out with another G1 sensor i had from a spare CPS, rewired it, and regapped it. And now i no longer have sync loss ever.
The only thing i did differently this time is instead of using a peice of paper for gapping the sensors i used a receipt. It is possible that the small oil leak had an effect of my sync as well. Ive heard of some people having success using G2 just need to adjust the trigger angle accordingly.
I still have some timing tuning to do, and after start enrichment/warm up enrichment but no longer have that really annoying hard stumble under load.
Btw what else are you running for your setup there Terrence?
So I played around with it today. Every time I changed the combination of rising/falling edge for each VR sensor the area of instability changed to a different part of the low RPM band. Seems to be exactly what they are describing. I hooked it up to my oscilloscope and the signal is crystal clear. The only setup I found that had no instability was setting both VR sensors to rising edge. I could only spin the sensor up to 2500 RPM with my drill, so it is possible it moved the instability up higher in the RPM range, but they say the instability generally happened at lower RPMs, so hopefully not. I will not know for sure until I actually put this on a car. I'll try to remember to post back here.