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Driftmotion Digital CPS V2 Upgrade for 7M-GTE
Driftmotion Digital CPS Upgrade for 7M-GTE


 
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Our Price: $299.99
Part Number: Driftmotion Digital CPS Upgrade for 7M-GTE

Availability:: Usually Ships in 3 to 5 Business Days
Product Code: DM3528


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We finally received a partial order of the new V2 Digital CPS sensors! These new sensors have a 150c temp rating, have a hex on the back of the sensor housing so it can be held with a wrench (rather than pliers), they use teflon jacketed wire, and they have stronger magnets so the adjustment range isn't as critical and can be done by eye. We set up a 7M Digital CPS in a CNC machine to spin it at high RPM, and it had a clean output signal all the way to 7000 rpm (the CNC machine wouldn't go any faster lol ), which would be equal to 14,000 rpm at the 7M crank!

NEW Driftmotion V2 Digital CPS Upgrade for 7M-GTE!
What we have observed over the years is that the stock 7M CPS sensors have a tendency to degrade over time, and they can stop working completely, or cause random misfires from low voltage output. Standalone ECU's seem to be more picky about crank and cam sensor voltage, and turning up the gain also turns up the electrical noise. We came up with a way to retrofit your existing CPS, and make it digital using two new hall effect sensors. These new sensors are fully encapsulated in stainless housings which are resistant to oil, heat, vibration, etc... The Digital CPS will include a new factory Toyota CPS connector, and a stainless steel mounting bracket pre-installed, and it plugs right into the original CPS connector on your engine harness. All you have to do to the wiring is change the 2nd cam sensor wire (G2) at the ECU connectror to be ignition 12v power for the new sensors. You will need to drill one 9/16" hole with a unibit in the stock CPS housing, but you can use the new Digital CPS cover to mark exactly where to drill the hole. You will also need to set the air-gap on the new sensors to approximately .012". It may need a little adjustment, we found the range it works well is .010" to .013". PLEASE do not use pliers on the sensors. The sensors are omni-directional, so only the gap is important, not the way the sensor is rotated. If there is a black pen mark on the end of the sensor it only means it was tested, not that it needs to be lined up with anything. DO NOT turn the sensor housings when they are installed in the CPS, only turn the nuts.

Please do not underestimate the time and experience needed to make adjustments to your standalone to work with hall effect sensors! You MUST have a timing light to sync the timing, and additional advanced tuning changes are required. We do offer remote tuning services to help you get it running right in your driveway!

Please see the pictures on this item above, it shows the basic steps needed for installation, and the wiring pinout.

If your CPS has signs of oil leakage inside, we offer the CPS Rebuild Kit.This kit comes with everything you need to rebuild the cps yourself. It comes with detailed instructions, a new oil seal, new bearing, a special quad ring to seal in the head, a roll pin for the gear and a drill bit to drill the factory pin out.

The AEM Series 2 6050 units we sell will need to be opened up and have 2 jumpers moved in order to work with this digital cps. There is a picture of the position JPT 1 and JPT 2 need to be moved to.

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THE STOCK CAM POSITION SENSOR UNIT ITSELF IS NOT INCLUDED
THIS ITEM IS
ONLY FOR STANDALONE ECU'S THAT CAN WORK WITH HALL EFFECT SENSORS!
IT WILL NOT WORK WITH A STOCK ECU!

Average Rating: 2.5 of 5 Total Reviews: 2 Write a review »

  2 of 2 people found the following review helpful:
 
Sensor failure November 22, 2018
Reviewer: John Womack #shadetreeHOONIGANS @YOUTUBE from Kodak , TN United States  
I also have had a issue with the sensors hear soaking and sent it in for them to send it back with a cover that was ventilated but would be happy to have these new space ship sensors..... If they work!
I've been happy with the service so far but would expect this issue to be resolved......


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  5 of 5 people found the following review helpful:
 
Sensors fail November 19, 2018
Reviewer: Anonymous Person from United States  
Dont waste your time buying this. The sensors fail after a few heat cycles. The sensors are only rated at 85 c operating temp. Once they get warm the sync loss starts.  Probably cheap Chinese sensors.

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