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EZ-LS GM COIL-NEAR-PLUG IGNITION CONTROLLER

Discussion in 'FAST Support Forum' started by Dart67, Jan 15, 2018.

  1. Dart67

    Dart67 Member

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    Where can I find the installation and wiring instructions for the 301312E EZ-LS GM Coil-Near Plug Ignition Controller.

    I have searched and looked everywhere that I can think of.

    I would like to use this if possible with my XFI 2.0 to convert my big block MOPAR to coil near plug instead ot the more expensive XIM.

    I am thinking of using a Jeep Cam Position Sensor and a 36-1 crank wheel or if it would work, the MSD Crank Trigger that I have.

    Herb
     
  2. Fastmanefi

    Fastmanefi Active Member

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    You cannot use the EZ-LS because that is hardwired for only a 24X or 58X crank trigger with LS cam sync. It will not work with the typical 4X crank and 1X cam signal. Add the XIM (it's a better unit anyway) and then use my Cam sensor and our 36X crank trigger or an MSD crank trigger if you want. I have attached the EZ-LS instructions anyway but you don't need it.
     

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  3. Dart67

    Dart67 Member

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    Thanks for the EZ-LS instructions Rich. You don't by chance have the wiring schematic also.

    What I should have asked is, Can I use the 301312E EZ-LS GM Coil-Near Plug Ignition Controller IF I use the proper 24X or 58X trigger wheel and cam position sensor ?

    I already have a Jeep Cam Position Sensor and an adapter that I have made for my 512/440.

    I am interested in the EZ-LS controller because it comes with all the wiring harness and the product info says that it will interface with my XFI for ignition tuning.

    It is also far less $$$ than a XIM that does not come with a harness.

    Herb
     
  4. Fastmanefi

    Fastmanefi Active Member

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    Yes, I have the schematic too. I'll post that when I get back to the office. BTW: The XIM is also available with the harness.

    Yes, the EZ-LS will work if you use a compatible 24x or 58x crank and the correct cam signal which is ONLY a 4X Cam signal. Your Jeep Cam sensor does not do that.

    If you decide to buy the 301312E, I can do that too.
     
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  5. Fastmanefi

    Fastmanefi Active Member

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    Here you go.
     

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  6. Dart67

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    Thanks Rich.

    If you don't recommend using the EZ-LS Ignition controller, could you point me it the right direction as far as what XIM and Harness to use to convert to coil near/on plug ingnition.

    I have a MSD Crank Trigger and a Jeep Cam Position Sensor with an adapter for the RB engine.

    I don't know if you remember, but I have a big block MOPAR 440/512.

    Herb

    Here is a photo of my "Home-Brewed" EFI before I hid all the wiring in the engine bay.

    DSC01659.jpg


    And one just for "FUN"

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  7. Fastmanefi

    Fastmanefi Active Member

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    What coils do you want to use?
    I usually use the 301311 kit which includes an LS harness. Don't worry about the LS 24X part - that is selectable with dip switches inside the XIM box. The harness needs to be modified slightly for the Mopar firing order but I have drawings on how to do that. It's not a difficult thing to do.
     
  8. Dart67

    Dart67 Member

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    I really don't know about the coils yet. I have been looking a stock LS1 coils.
     
  9. Fastmanefi

    Fastmanefi Active Member

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    Stock LS coils are fine.
     
  10. Turbobitt

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    I don't think you need a 4x cam signal with a 58x wheel, at least not on an XIM. From what I'm told it only needs 1 and I have been using the 58x on XIM successfully with only a 1x cam sensor.
    AG.
     
  11. Fastmanefi

    Fastmanefi Active Member

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    You are correct with the XIM - I was referring to the EZ-LS version of the XIM.
     

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