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Late 2G DSM Billet Cam Angle Sensor Housing

$219.00$239.00

The FTY Racing 2G billet cam sensor housing is a bolt on replacement for the original cam sensor housing found on the 1997-1999 Mitsubishi Eclipse and ’97-98 Eagle Talon. Designed as a replacement for your original cam sensor support, this new housing features a billet cover with our FTY logo, oil resistant Buna-N O-Rings and 316 stainless steel button cap screws with washers to keep things looking tidy.

If you don’t have a late 2G DSM, this housing could be used in conjunction with an aftermarket crank trigger on a standalone engine management system.

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Description

Designed here at FTY Racing in Michigan and manufactured in the US, the FTY Racing 2G billet cam sensor housing is a bolt-up replacement for the original cam sensor housing on any 1997-1999 4g63 engine found under the hood of the turbocharged 4G63 engine. This new housing is billet CNC machined from 6061-T6 aluminum and comes complete with O-rings and stainless hardware. It’s capped with your choice of a blank cap or a cap featuring our FTY logo engraved on it. Your stock cam sensor housing has never looked this good, so take that OEM housing off, throw it in the trash and bolt this brand new billet housing in its place!

The completed housing consists of the following:

  • 1 FTY Racing billet cam sensor housing.
  • 1 FTY Racing billet cam sensor housing cap.
  • 2 O-rings to seal the cap to the housing and the housing to the engine.
  • Button cap stainless steel hardware to bolt the cap to the housing.
  • Warm fuzzy feelings about a blingy new billet part!

This does not include the cam sensor itself (MD327107) or the cam sensor cup (MD327621), which are both available at other well known DSM vendors, your local junkyard, local auto parts store or some guy on the internet. If you don’t have them or strike out, please let us know and we may be able to dig something up for you. You can find the sensor via Rock Auto or the cup via ExtremePSI.

If you’re using a standalone engine management system on a 1G DSM, it’s common to migrate to the late 2G cam sensor and cup with a 12-tooth crank trigger wheel like the one available from our friends over at Kiggly Racing. In addition to the 12-tooth trigger, you will have to modify your cam sensor cup so that it only has a single tooth. There are a few threads about this, like this DSMTuners thread, a thread on Haltech’s forums here,  or even triggerdisc.com’s FAQ

 

please note: The links provided in the description here are not provided by or specifically endorsed by us, we’re just trying to point you in a direction to help you get a 2G cam sensor working on your standalone!

Additional information

Weight 1 lbs
Dimensions 7 × 10 × 4 in

Size Chart

One size fits all.