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Username Post: tach wire        (Topic#356940)
Big T 
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Big T
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06-23-19 04:58 PM - Post#2769083    

Been a long time since I posted. Been laid up for many months. Finally getting back to the car.

I may have asked this question before.

Using DD digital dash with HEI.

DD instructions state to not run a tach wire next to any signal wire.....which I understand.

But what is the minimum distance they can be apart to eliminate cross talk?

Thanks everyone
Tom

Tom

55 4 door BelAir


Edited by Big T on 06-23-19 05:00 PM. Reason for edit: No reason given.

 
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acardon 
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Loc: DFW TEXAS
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06-24-19 07:48 AM - Post#2769129    
    In response to Big T

Just don't run it alongside a spark plug wire and you'll be alright. The tach is a real slow signal rate (6 cps at 6000 RPM) so interference isn't a problem.

Don
66 Corvair (driving)
57 2dr HT (driving)
56 2dr HT (waiting to be restored)


 
Big T 
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06-24-19 01:42 PM - Post#2769168    
    In response to acardon

thank you Don
Tom

Tom

55 4 door BelAir


 
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