Yeah man. I paid like 70 shipped for both a CPS and igniter from this kid on ebay. I did the ground wire mod to the igniter and rewired the CPS. Having known good back-ups is so useful for our cars lol. I also got the sexiest stock Supra steering wheel I've ever seen. The SM classifieds just don't see enough traffic flow anymore these days.Sounds good.
I will see what kinds of hits I get elsewhere before asking for your spare
There is bound to be one somewhere.
Well I could if you wanted, I have rebuilt these before with new seals and the bearing.You can take my old one fix up and give it back to me
How much would this rebuild "service" cost? Hurry up, stimulus check lolWell I could if you wanted, I have rebuilt these before with new seals and the bearing.
Also the replacement pin, tricky.
But I replace with a solid pin like stock.
NOT the roll pin, very bad idea to use that.
A rebuild "service" if you will.
Avoid the tech stuff on fb as way above thier heads.I'm missing out on the cool kids place to sell stuff I guess. Oh well.
Speaking of tech stuff, have you ever cracked open one of these? Since I am waiting for new female terminal ends and a connector, I got curious and I removed mine and I'm tempted to open it up, but it requires drilling out these two plastic rivets, but I can fuck it up if I drill too deep. Also, if you have another one, I want it lol. I'm just glad to know they are replaceable.Avoid the tech stuff on fb as way above thier heads.
I was asked how do i know about stroker kits.
I just need to be asked how do i know of the ATI damper and i will post the picard with hand on face gif. Lol
That looks similar to the main EFI breakout board by the battery in the front of the car. All you will find is more wires inside of the box.Speaking of tech stuff, have you ever cracked open one of these? Since I am waiting for new female terminal ends and a connector, I got curious and I removed mine and I'm tempted to open it up, but it requires drilling out these two plastic rivets, but I can fuck it up if I drill too deep. Also, if you have another one, I want it lol. I'm just glad to know they are replaceable.
The missing slots just snapped in and out, so I pulled them out. This is the main side that the lower half is fixed and molded and the top part should come off after I break the plastic rivets free. Since I have noticed the EFI Main relay get hot occasionally over the years, if I'm going to replace all the terminal ends and connector, I want see if anything is extra corroded in here. We are going to find out today!!That looks similar to the main EFI breakout board by the battery in the front of the car. All you will find is more wires inside of the box.
Odd that I do not see the pass through for the big 40+ Amp fuse as those use studs on the legs to tie in the major power distribution point unless it is in the right hand empty spot as a removable board.
Well damn. That's some serious windings lol. So, Camry distributor it is then? lol@figgie - For your reference.
I measured the original OEM NE coil wire diameter.
- 0.12mm or 0.0047"
So converting that from magnet wire to bare copper thats:
- 0.0040" diameter bare wire or ->38 gauge.
With a resistance of ~180 Ohms stock.
That's a wire length of ~ 280 feet per coil.
Here is a photo of the innards.
I am probably never going to want to wind one of these by hand, but I don't see why it couldn't be done.
Forgot to add.
With an average perimeter of ~1.5 inches
= ~2,240 wraps!
Yeah, I'm pretty sure it's been confirmed the 7MGE pick-ups are exactly the same, but the wires need to be extended/shortened or whatever.Don't the GE distributors use the same style coils?
I would think it shouldn't matter, parts should interchange.
At least start with setting the proper air gap.
I'm also curious if you were to cut it off, what the affect would be? And what defines "late"? 91-92? And also what about the signal wires and their resistances? I'm curious if this unit would a CPS replacement option. I doubt it, but now I'm curious lolAh I found photos.
I see what you mean about the different 7M-GE CPS/Distributors now.
I've never noticed before, but its interesting the GE CPS/Distributor has such a longer nose on the shaft past the gear.
Not entirely sure what the purpose of that is, could be additional support in a machined pocket in the head.
But not really sure why it would need it, the GTE does not have that.
You have a bunch of cylinder heads lying around right?
Do you have any known GE heads and known GTE heads?
I am curious if you can take detailed closeup photos behind/underneath the exhaust camshaft 1st bearing cap (front)
Curious if the GE and GTE have the same machining in that area or not.
To accept a GE longer CPS.