|UMA hall effect tach sensor - screws into vent plug of slick magneto for tach signal to EFIS. 6' lead length.|
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I installed on a Slick mag for use with a MGL rpm-1 tachometer. Simple installation and works flawlessly. Just make sure you install it in the correct vent port - there are two per mag. I had to rotate my mag to gain access and then re-time it when I was done.
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Yes, the MGL tach sensor (11-08334) will work with the MGL E1 (11-05578).
Yes, all MGL sensors are compatible with the RDAC unit.
Per the Manufacturer, part # 11-08334 Will work with the JPI EDM-700/EGT 701.
This has a 6 foot lead length.
Dynon recommends using Dynon probes for their HDX system.
No, it will not.
Per the installation manual, it would require to be wired into the RDAC. Please review the manual for further installation requirements.