RB30ET Delco conversion

Converting To Delco ECU From Carby Or Other Injection Systems
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Vrv8hz
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RB30ET Delco conversion

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I've been running a ommodore 18x3x setup on the VL turbo for the last few years, performs flawlessly.

I got keen and knocked up a 75mm 6+1 wheel in the shed the other day.
It's fitted behind the crank pully in place of the timing belt guide washer. An AU cas reluctor is used.
Runs great. Tucked out of the way, only thing you can see is the sensor.
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Looks good. Do you have any photos of how sensor is mounted?
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The reluctor is on a temporary plate mount, bent to get the correct angle. The edge of the cas wheel is machined to an angle so the angled sensor clears the back of the balancer.
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How thick did you make the thick part of the wheel? I'm guessing center is machined down to match thickness of original washer?

What are your plans for the permanent reluctor mount?

I know someone currently looking to setup a crank trigger on an RB and this is inspiring
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Re: RB30ET Delco conversion

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5mm plate, 2mm in the centre.

The current mount is soild. I will just make it look better when I get bored next. And yes it is a bunnings shelf bracket.

I can make another wheel.
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Nice!

I assume you replaced the DFI base to make this work ?
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Re: RB30ET Delco conversion

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It has a jackaroo dfi module fitted currently. I sacrificed an old commodore dfi for the plug and made an adapter harness so I can swap between easily if needed.
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Well done mate, I just found your post after I PM you..
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