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  1. B.Edmonds

    San Francisco / Bay Area dyno tuning

    Thanks guys. I have spoken with FFTEC & they really sound like they know what they're doing. Good reviews & they really like the Link ecu. Fingers crossed for a smooth dyno session on Thursday !
  2. B.Edmonds

    San Francisco / Bay Area dyno tuning

    Wondering if anyone can offer a recommendation for a dyno tuning shop in the San Francisco area. I've spoken with a few people and most don't know the Link software. FFTEC has been recommended and appear to have a good reputation. Thanks in advance.
  3. B.Edmonds

    Escort Cosworth - Fury ecu - Tachometer

    Thanks as always for the detailed reply ! I'll do a bit more investigation with what you have told me. B
  4. B.Edmonds

    Escort Cosworth - Fury ecu - Tachometer

    Thanks. I completely get what your saying but I'm struggling to understand why it will be fine for a few days and act up suddenly. There's also no pattern to how it will act up. I've also spoken to a few friends with Escort Cosworths. In each case, these people have done the same cluster modification with good results. The ecus range from Pectel to Emtron to many others. Anything else possibly worth checking ? Attached is someone else's picture of the tacho modification. Same as mine.
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    Escort Cosworth - Fury ecu - Tachometer

    If you can message me your email address I will send it to you to look at. I would prefer not to post it publicly as it is a product of a company in the UK. They asked me not to share it.
  6. B.Edmonds

    Escort Cosworth - Fury ecu - Tachometer

    The tacho is configured to A4. Tacho output is pin 18A, socket A.
  7. B.Edmonds

    Escort Cosworth - Fury ecu - Tachometer

    After driving the car for a week or so I have started to experience a strange symptom. While driving, intermittently, the rev counter will drop to the 0 position. When it does this, it will cycle between 0 & +/ 5rpm for a few seconds & the stop completely. Engine running quality never changes. If I shut down the engine & restart, the rev counter does not come back to life. If I leave it over night it starts working again. I have checked the following: * All electrical connections good * Swapped in a known good cluster. Same symptom * Checked ECU for RPM on laptop, good. No faults present with the engine running & the tachometer gauge reading 0. ** When I was 1st trying to get the car running I had a "block 3" fault. This was before I got the engine running. Have not seen this fault return since the one time I saw it. Possible ECU fault ? Any help would be greatly appreciated.
  8. B.Edmonds

    Escort Cosworth - Fury ecu - Tachometer

    Thanks for your help Adam. I went ahead & bypassed a resistor on the back of the cluster & presto, it works perfectly.
  9. B.Edmonds

    Escort Cosworth - Fury ecu - Tachometer

    Hi Adam, Thanks very much for your reply. I didn't know to permanently store the change and will do so on Monday. Hopefully that also cures the intermittent tach operation. Will report back.
  10. B.Edmonds

    Escort Cosworth - Fury ecu - Tachometer

    I have a 1992 Escort Cosworth with a new engine harness and Fury ecu. I have the car running and have driven it quite a bit. I managed to get the tachometer operating accurately by adjusting duty cycle and multiplier however I'm having 2 problems: * When I 1st start the car, the tach does not operate ( it's in the 0 rpm position with the engine running ). It will only begin to operate after about 10 min of driving. Will remain operational until I shut the car off. When started again, everything repeats. * My adjusted duty cycle and multiplier randomly revert back to what the maker of the base map made and I have to reset. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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