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Will the signal plate that is on the 02-05 crank bolt on to the 07+ crank? If not, where do I find a plate to bolt onto the 07+?
No one plate have 3 hole to bolt up to the other have 4.
 

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hopefully this will clear things up....

The wheel on the left is a first generation crank signal wheel, the wheel on the right is a second generation wheel and is made to work with the NEW ECUs. The wheel you want is a combination of the Gen I TOOTH pattern with a Gen II bolt pattern and center hole.

I have pics of the CORRECT wheel somewhere in my photo bucket but I have to head out to work so I can;t look for it.

The correct part number has been listed in this thread and it is also listed in Nissan Sport Magazine.

 

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ok thanks.... i get it now.... i would love to do this. so if you get a new motor installed at nissan will it have a 4 bolt plate that you could use if you swap cranks after the new motor
 

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So snowboardig season comig to a end and i starting to order part for my build again. I look up the part number for 07 cranks and it says it for a auto 07 spec v, not a manual. So does matter? Need expert to shine in before I order it. I would ask my dealer but there a bunch of dumbass
 

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I look up the part number for 07 cranks and it says it for a auto 07 spec v, not a manual. So does matter? Need expert to shine in before I order it. I would ask my dealer but there a bunch of dumbass

12201-ET80A is the crank for 6MT.

you're correct in saying the 12201-JA03A is for AUTOMATIC trans and is not the fully counterweighted version
 

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The oppisite end of where the cps plate bolts up... on the left, the long end, there are two pins, ears, whatever you wanna call them. Are they transferable?
get new ones.

1. they're cheap ( don't be a cheapass here )
2. they're a pain in the ass to remove from the old crank, you'll probably scratch it all up as well


might have to heat up the end of the crank slightly to make them easier to install, they're kind of tight.
 
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