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Interesting! One thing to try is to add a missing tooth, but that's kind of hard now, since it is not really "missing", but added, right? Just to see if uSquirt will actually trigger with no errors. While playing with various sensors and wheels I found it to be rather... Picky
I have good, strong signal from the harley sensor and 1018 timing wheel. I'm told that the 12-1 pattern wil work fine and even a 12-2 might be easier starting.
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Call Hammer Performance. They make their own steel timing cup. I was told getting a custom tooth pattern was not an issue.

Hammer just called me and said they have so many timing cups on the shelf that they can't see making any for a few months. You'll have to make your own or get one made at the machine shop.
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