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    PHR Cam and Crank Hall Effect Sensor Kit for 2jz and 1jz







    The PHR Cam and Crank Hall Effect sensor is designed for builders and tuners needing a more stable and/or reliable sensor for motor speed and sync. A lot of ECU's can use these sensors for getting a cleaner and more consistent reading. This leads to faster starts, fewer tigger faults, more accurate ignition timing as well as several other benefits.

    The benefits of using Hall Effect Sensors over VR (Magnetic) sensors is a long list:

    Resistance to Electro Magnetic Interference (EMI)
    Very little or no filtering required
    No minimum engine speed to produce a minimum trigger voltage. Important with a slow cranking motor especially with low battery voltage
    Triggers precisely on trigger edge and not on trigger voltage threshold position in VR's waveform (which can vary with motor speed)
    Easy Cam and Crank Syncing
    Precise Ignition Timing
    No Ignition Timing Float
    Immune to Target Runout
    Rotational Alignment to target is not critical
    High Speed Operation (up to 15khz)




    Some benefits specific to the PHR Cam and Crank Hall Effect Sensor Kit are:

    Direct bolt-on
    Brackets made from Billet Aluminum
    Uses DTM Connectors and Terminals
    Large Operating Temperature Range
    Works with all aftermarket ECU's.
    Uses Stock Trigger Wheel and Cam teeth
    Made in the USA


    The PHR Cam and Crank Sensor Kit is known to work with the 2JZ 12 tooth crankshaft trigger wheel and has not yet been tested on 2JZ VVT-i 36-2 trigger wheels or 3 tooth VVT-i Cam teeth.

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    Very nice product as always, and fills the void from SRT going MIA.

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    Just received a set from you guys today. Is there a wiring diagram for these? Or are they the same as the srt diagram? (Proefi/2jzgte)


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    How does one set this up with aem v2/30-6100 on a non vvti gte?
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    Anyone using this kit with 2JZ VVT-i 36-2 trigger wheels and 3 tooth VVT-i Cam teeth?
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    As per phr, will not work with vvti

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    PHR- if you have a legit solution that doesn't require the following, please let me know and I'll remove this. But since I can't reach you and the vendor (induction) that sells your product wants to charge me 25% restocking and my cost shipping back due to misadvertising- here it is:

    Word of warning here:

    This is false advertising. These are NOT plug and play and they WILL NOT work with "all aftermarket ecu's".

    I purchased them from induction since it was clearly stated that they work with all aftermarket ecu's. Come to find out, it will not work with the aem v2 (30-6100) w/out me desoldering my $2k+ ecu which is an involved process. Not a simple "desolder" which I could do in my sleep.

    Buyer beware.

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    Any one using them with AEM infinity
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    Quote Originally Posted by charles_patton View Post
    Any one using them with AEM infinity
    Yes, with good results

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    installing these would require a complete retune correct? with inifinity 8

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    So the site says these haven't been tested with VVTI units. Is it that it hasn't been tested or it's been tested and it did not work?

    Since it is becoming much more popular, any plans to come up with a vvti solution or do vvti testing? I can confirm that despite the extra teeth I certainly have some difficulties syncing timing with my infinity at start up sometimes. As great as the other benefits may be, I don't really care about them but if it helps the startup, I'd be all over it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by itsmeek View Post
    PHR- if you have a legit solution that doesn't require the following, please let me know and I'll remove this. But since I can't reach you and the vendor (induction) that sells your product wants to charge me 25% restocking and my cost shipping back due to misadvertising- here it is:

    Word of warning here:

    This is false advertising. These are NOT plug and play and they WILL NOT work with "all aftermarket ecu's".

    I purchased them from induction since it was clearly stated that they work with all aftermarket ecu's. Come to find out, it will not work with the aem v2 (30-6100) w/out me desoldering my $2k+ ecu which is an involved process. Not a simple "desolder" which I could do in my sleep.

    Buyer beware.
    Any Feedback on this?? Will this work for AEM V2???

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    Quote Originally Posted by D'Bollocks View Post
    Any Feedback on this?? Will this work for AEM V2???
    Believe there was another thread made for this. And it ended up being that you have to pull the ecu apart and solder some jumper wire into the board. Click on his name and go to started threads. You will find it.

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    Thanks airhead!

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