Not yet, but that is my plan. You are one of the few on FABO that understands why I prefer the 8-pin module. I have a Holley Commander 950 that can control spark timing. I already put in a GM knock sensor, which screws right into the water jacket if SB or BB, or w/ NPT bushing if slant. The sensor and knock module can be taken from the same GM V-8 truck, a ~85-95 TBI w/ "small cap" or "computer" distributor. The 8-pin module is under the rotor and a factory cable goes to the coil. The Commander 950 ECU can monitor knock and back off on the timing. I think there are other after-market ECU's that are similar, maybe even the last version of Holley's Pro-jection.