Exactly. Being that it was key power, its now key power for the computer, instead of the coils. The computer will control the coils and injectors now. Trigger wiring stays, there is no ECU plug since the CDI wasn't a full ECU, only spark control. I've removed/repurposed all the wires from that, and running a separate ECU plug with way more wires. If this works, then I'll document it a little better for people to follow in my steps. Oh damnit. I knew what I meant, but said it totally wrong. Yes, the crank trigger comes from the pickup on the crank. It just has two wires that go into the CDI which is how I ended up saying it that way lol. I just replaced the crank trigger with a 36 tooth wheel that I drafted up and had laser cut so I damn well know where and how it is. I decided not to remove all the factory wiring because I wanted to keep stock lights and gauges. Instead I removed the wiring for spark control only, and am trying to reuse the factory stuff- because the fuse block fits, it has all the right connectors to my bar controls, etc.