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AEM Electronics Engine Position Modules 30-3251

AEM Electronics 30-3251 - AEM Electronics Engine Position Modules

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$315.00

Engine Position Module, Dual Optical Trigger, Chevy, Big, Small Block, Each

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Estimated Ship Date: 4/21/2014 (if ordered today) Would you rather pick it up? Select Location

Manufacturer's Part Number: 30-3251
Summit Racing Part Number: AVM-30-3251

UPC: 840879017743
Trigger Style: Dual optical
Advance Type: None
Slip Collar: No
Gear Material: Iron
Ignition Box Required: No
Engine Position Module Material: Elastomer
Engine Position Module Finish: Black
Housing Material: Billet aluminum
Housing Finish: Natural
Engine Position Module Wiring Harness Included: Yes
Quantity: Sold individually.
Notes: Requires AEM engine management software for installation.
In-Store Pickup: Choose In-store pick-up (OH, GA, NV) on our web site.

These AEM Electronics Engine Position Modules replace an engine's distributor and allow for the use of coil-on-plug or wasted-park ignition systems on popular V8 and Honda® B, D, H, and F-series race engines. They provide precise engine positioning using dual zero-speed optical sensors, which offer the advantage of immediate signal generation regardless of engine speed. The AEM Electronics Engine Position Modules easily adapt to any positive-drive, half-engine speed device such as a cam or distributor drive. They can be used with any aftermarket engine management system that recognizes the common 24-tooth crank and 1-tooth cam pattern per engine cycle, for accurate timing and easy setup. Their unique, shock-absorbing elastomer drive system eliminates the potential for ignition timing deviation and protects them from vibration.

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Some parts are not legal for sale or use in California on any pollution-controlled motor vehicles

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