AiM MyChron RPM Sensor / Cable & Clip Kart

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AiM MyChron RPM Sensor / Cable & Clip Kart

The AiM MyChron4 / MyChron5 RPM sensor cable and clip. The RPM clip wire is designed to be plugged directly on the spark plug wire and is used for RPM pick up from mono-cylinder, 2/4 stroke engines.

Key Features :

Inductive RPM sensor Suitable for MyChron4/5


AiM MyChron RPM Sensor / Cable & Clip Kart

The AiM MyChron4 / MyChron5 RPM sensor cable and clip. The RPM clip wire is designed to be plugged directly on the spark plug wire and is used for RPM pick up from mono-cylinder, 2/4 stroke engines.

Sensor type: Inductive
Maximum RPM plug diameter: 8 mm
Cable length: 150cm


To install the clip 

Connect RPM clip directly to the spark plug wire
While running the cable and the kart chassis, place the RPM cable as far as possible from the thermocouple cable.
Use plastic wrappers to firmly fix RPM connections to the chassis so to avoid movements or damages.
Please note: to diminish the signal intensity and thereby the relative noises, we suggest connecting the clip without winding the RPM cable up to the spark plug; if, on the contrary, the signal is not correctly read, wind the cable more times upon the spark plug cable.


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AiM MyChron RPM Sensor / Cable & Clip Kart

  • Installation Notes:
  • Connect RPM clip directly to the spark plug wire
  • While running the cable along with the Kart chassis place the RPM cable as far as possible from the thermocouple cable
  • Use plastic wrappers to firmly fix RPM connections to the chassis to avoid movements or damage
  • Please Note: To diminish the signal intensity and thereby the relative noises we suggest connecting the clip without winding the RPM cable up to the spark plug, if the signal is not correctly read wind the cable more times upon the spark plug cable.







AiM MyChron RPM Sensor / Cable & Clip Kart

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