Originally Posted by J Wikoff
Have you thought about how different sealants might affect KS sensitivity?
Actually, that didn't cross at all. Easy way to solve that would be 2 new sensors as both should be equally sensitive, and teflon around the threads. The only real question is going to be "IF one input can be shared, would the new sensor have to be wired in AT or BEFORE the existing one?". I don't think it will matter much.
HOWEVER, the more I think about it...doing this may have the opposite effect of what I am looking for (more control over knock). Knock sensors create ac current as knock is generated. Adding two of these on the same circuit path w/o any kind of comparator is going to create a mirror image of sorts, and the computer will see this as "a whole lot of noise", and will go into "wig-out mode".
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