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IF WE DON'T HAVE ANY INFO ABOUT TRIGGER MODE FROM THE MANUFACTURE, HOW WE CAN SET UP THE TRIGGER MODE FOR MY PARTICULAR ENGINE TRIGGER WHEEL? OR FOR MY CUSTOM TRIGGER WHEEL OR SENSOR?

Which manufacturer - are you talking about an ECU or the dyno?

I mean, I would like to interpret any trigger wheel, and any sensor, measuring and counting the teeth, so that I can enter the parameters myself. Is there this in any HPA course?

That topic is very ECU dependent.

Here is some HPA webinars on the topic:

148 | Trigger Systems Explained

095 | Selecting a Trigger System

Also you might want to watch these MoTeC webinars on Ref/Sync and CrIP setting for details on how the info is used by one ECU brand.

How to Set Up Ref/Sync Parameters in an ECU

Ref/Sync Triggering

What is CRIP?

Thank you David i will watch your info to try to find my answer, it is a lot of info for cars, but not many for motorcycles, so i want to know who to choose trigger mode, or create the trigger mode, For example, trigger mode for honda motorcycles, that has 3 teeth at cam sensor, and multitooth 12 tooth with no missing at the crank as you can see at the pictures attached.

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You are probably going to need to work with your ECU vendor to support trigger patterns like that. I can see how would be pretty easy to support as the two teeth on the cam could be used for the ref (since they are 1 crank rev apart), and the "extra" tooth to tell you the phase.

BTW - the MoTeC M1 Series has support for "Honda Bike Synchronisation", with 3 teeth on the Cam (60, 360 and 300 degrees apart), Reference Offset is 461 deg.

So, if 3 teeth on the cam is not necessary to sync, why honda use this method?

So the bike can start quicker. It will be synced within 1 revolution of cranking.