Thanks for the answer and sorry for the full quote, but we're on the next page. Actually, removing teeth from the cam is not an easy task, especially on the VVT engine I have (2001-2005). You need to fully remove the cam from the head, which is allways a task but do-able. Then you need to grind off two of the three teeth to make a single teeth cam. But those teeth are really big and on a crimped on ring:theonewithin wrote: ↑Wed Jan 06, 2021 8:40 amI don't quite understand exactly what you want here?HugoW wrote: ↑Wed Jan 06, 2021 8:09 amI would like to see the Miata triggers available separately in the settings. So you can chose the regular weird 3-tooth cam pattern, and run a 36-1 on the crank for better resolution. As far as I am aware, running the Miata cam can now only be done with the stock 4-tooth crank trigger.
Is the 36-1 an addon?
If you are going to that much effort it is simple to remove a couple of teeth from the cam to get a cam signal supported.
Any heat into that ring will loosen it and you have a problem. The only way to do it safe is on a fluid cooled grinding machine, like the ones used to grid cams, which I don't have in my shed. And since the cam is already a known entity in Speeduino as it is half of the Mazda 99-05 trigger pattern, I hope it can be made available in the secondary trigger section when I choose a 36-1 as main (crank) trigger. There is a Mazda 323 36-01 trigger wheel available from the dealer for 22 bucks that is a direct bolt on replacement for the Miata one, it's an easy swap. Cheers,