Sensor Pins for camshaft triggered ignition
jasonkohls at gmail.com
Mon Jan 8 16:28:05 EST 2007
I'd hit up a computer liquidator place -- you might be able to find
pins of the same diameter in an old serial cable or PS/2 cable (off of
an old-style PS/2 keyboard) and pinch the design/mounting hardware as
On 1/8/07, Ben Swann <benswann at comcast.net> wrote:
> Thanks - Right idea, but too big. I need pins that are only about 2cm long if
> that and about 5mm dia.
> Also, $85 would be a bit much for 5 pins.
> From: thejimrose [mailto:thejimrose at gmail.com]
> Sent: Monday, January 08, 2007 3:57 PM
> To: benswann at comcast.net; quattro at audifans.com
> Subject: re: Sensor Pins for camshaft triggered ignition
> hey ben - i'm not sure if these would work but the b5 a4 front brake caliper
> uses a high grade steel [i think it's stainless] pin for the slider mechanism.
> one end is threaded, the other hex [allen] and threads into the.. carrier
> iirc? cant' visualize w/out looking at it. anyway it's a threaded pin about 2"
> might work for that app? scroll down to the 'brake stiffening kit' here for an
> >>>I'm trying to locate a source for pins that can be use for magnetic pickup
> triggered ignition(or other).
> These would be steel pins that can be threaded or bolted onto a cam sprocket
> or crank pulley.
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