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This fully potted, weatherproof module can be wired into the power supply of a coil per cylinder ignition system, where it senses current and creates a conventional 12V square wave signal output which can be utilized by AutoMeter tachometers and many aftermarket RPM activated devices. Ideal for vehicles with late model engine swaps and applications where conventional tachometer signals are not available.
- ADDITIONAL NOTES
- Compatible with 1-12 cylinder engines
- Measures 1.5” x 3.5” x 2”
- Environmentally sealed and vibration resistant for underhood mounting
- Wire lengths: Gray (signal out) 52", Black (ground) 24", Red & Red/Grn (Ign. Power in and out) 24"
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RPM SIGNAL ADAPTER FOR DISTRIBUTORLESS IGNITIONS is rated out of 5 by 1.Rated 5 out of 5 by 81svtcoupe from Easy to install I purchased this to get the Chrono Tach working in my 1981 Ford Mustang 03 Cobra swap (4.6L Supercharged) project. The instructions was super easy to follow, install was very simple and I was able to hide it in my glove box for a simple easy installation. A++++ for another fantastic Autometer product.Date published: 2020-03-18
Would this work on my 2004 srt4 neon?Thank you for your inquiry. You will need to use the 9117 to get one of our tachometers to work on your SRT4.Date published: 2020-03-25
Hi would this work for me on a standard single coil using a pertonix electronic ignition i require a square wave output of 5 to 12 volts for a data logging system. regards GaryThank you for your inquiry. This adapter is designed for use with multi-coil ignitions. It will not work to provide a signal from your Pertronix ignition.Date published: 2020-03-10
Will this work with a 2017 Honda Fit? I want to install a shift light into this car.Thank you for your inquiry. The 9117 will work with all coil on plug ignitions, including the system on your Honda.Date published: 2020-02-07
I installed a msd on my car and now the tach does'nt work, if I install a auto meter tach will my new tack work or do I need a auto meter tack adapter #9117 to make if work.Thank you for your question. You will not need a tach adapter for your setup. You will need to make sure the ground for the tachometer is grounded to the block for the best possible ground reference to share with the tach signal. For further assistance please call our tech line at 866-248-6357.Date published: 2019-12-27
Would this be appropriate to convert CoP signal to drive a factory RPM (coil lead) tachometer? We are using a Haltech ECU with full sequential coil on plug and a Nissan Z31 digidash if that helps at all, but it originally ran from an ignition coil outputThank you for your question. Unfortunately this won't be able to drive a OEM Tachometer since they are looking for a different signal. You will need to use one of our Tachometers with this for it to work properly. For further assistance please call our tech line at 866-248-6357.Date published: 2019-12-06
I have a Autometer automotive tach that I am trying to use on my 2000 mercury 300 promax outboard. I tried using the tach but RPMs read way to high. Will this fix the problem?Thank you for your question. Please get in contact with our tech department at 866-248-6357.Date published: 2019-12-03
I have a 5.4 32 valve engine that will be using Ron Francis wiring will this work with it? Ron Francis suggested the use of a tach adapter.Thank you for your question. We have not tested this with that wiring harness, but this does convert a distributorless ignition to send the correct signal for our Tachometer to read correctly.Date published: 2020-01-20
I have a 3 3/8 Pro Comp Ultra light tachometer not working on a LS1 engine. Will this fix the issue?Scotty, Thank you for your question. You will only need to purchase this is you have a 2010+ LS motor. If your motor is from a 2004 or earlier then you will want to use a 10k 1/2 watt resistor along with setting the tach to a 4 cylinder 2 pulse. For further assistance pleas call our tech line at 866-248-6356.Date published: 2019-10-24
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