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Shedley

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    Shedley reacted to Adamw in Closed Loop fuel trims   
    Yes,  in the next 5.6.6 firmware the CLL trim has 2 fully configurable 3D tables, so you can have different limits for adding fuel than for subtracting fuel and have those limits mapped against MAP, RPM, or almost any other parameter you like.  I dont think the release is far away.
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    Shedley reacted to mapper in Nos control   
    I think its much better to have all universal function like virtual aux, timers, 4D, 5D, fual fuel table etc. than a dedicated NOS function. This way you can build your own NOS function excatly how you want it. You just habe to be a bit creative with the universal functions. 
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    Shedley reacted to Grant Baker in Closed Loop fuel trims   
    Has this been confirmed as correct?
    Also, I agree with Mark (AbbeyMS) that we need the ability to alter +/- Fuelling separately...
    There are some really basic ECUs out there that offer different +/- trims...
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    Shedley reacted to abadi in E throttle noise.   
    awsome,, you are the best adam.. i got the car running adam.. thanks for the advice do small map then scale it bigger.. 
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    Shedley got a reaction from Ahmed.T in knocklink light g4   
    Hello Ahmed
    Above the headers seems no good place to me, because there's a good chance that temperatures wil get to high, and wiring or knock sensor itself is gonna melt, imho.
    My experience is, that the best placement of the sensor is on the intake side, as close as possible to the center of the block.
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    Shedley reacted to streetenergy in Motec PDM to Fury CAN   
    Hello every one! 
    Our company S-MOTORSPORT  is engaged in assembling motorsport wiring for sports cars in Russia.  At the moment we are assembling three cars for drift. 
    We really like your products so we use control units LINK Fury, thunder....   But we also use MOTEC products for assembly, such as  PDM and Keypad.  So with each new project we are faced with problems of compatibility  CAN  
    For Tech Support : 
    Is it possible to upgrade the software to achieve full compatibility of these devices? I now have a completely assembled system (Link fury+MotecPDM15+MoteckeyPad15) on my desk and all this can be removed to test ... I could give you access to your computer and you could live to test everything and then add all these solutions to the new software. Is it interesting for you ?
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    Shedley reacted to beemn in IVts software   
    Managed to get a spare original mini challenge DME from BMW NZ that they had laying about (pays to know some people) and plugged it in, fuel pump primed and temp gauge went back to normal..so I'm somewhat pleased it was a fault with the Vi-pec and I don't need to hunt for other issues. Ecu should arrive this morning to Link for testing
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    Shedley reacted to Adamw in Wiring   
    Im having trouble understanding what you are trying to do but your relay wiring sounds completely wrong...
    Why do you even need a relay?  The ECU aux will send a ground out whenever it is active.  Cant you use this directly to switch your main relay?
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    Shedley reacted to pugsparked in [UPDATE] PCLink 5.6.5.3338b Released   
    Hi, to use the Link software as Dash in the next update you could remove the outer frames of the watches and always be in front.
    This way it could be configured similar to a Motec or other Dashboards
    The Dial gauge RPM could also be improved with a more "Racing" look
    I attach an example


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    Shedley reacted to Simon in Start Up Momentary Switch Wiring   
    Starter Control
     
    Starter Control provides ECU managed operation of the Starter Motor.
     
    There are two requirements for starter control to function:
     
    · A Digital Input Function must be setup as Start Position. This could be a conventional key activated ignition switch or a push button. and
    · An Auxiliary Output Function must be setup as Starter Solenoid. This output should be connected to starter solenoid relay.  
     
    Starter Control Settings
     
    Start Switch Mode
     
    Selects the mode of starter control. Options available are:
    · OFF - No starter motor control by the ECU. · Test - Use for testing input/output functionality only. When Start Status is active the ECU will activate the Starter Solenoid Auxiliary Output. No other conditions are checked, this could potentially lead to starter damage, engine damage or personal injury if operated at the incorrect time. · Normal - Behaves the same way a typical vehicle starting system.  The key is turned and the engine will crank until the key is released.  However it offers the added protection of preventing the starter being engaged at a high engine speed and the option to disable starting if the vehicle is not in Park/Neutral or is immobilised. When the conditions specified for Deactivation RPM, Anti-theft Lockout and Neutral/Park  Lockout are met AND Start Status is active the ECU will activate the Starter Solenoid Auxiliary Output. The auxiliary output will stay active until the Start Status turns off OR the the Deactivation RPM is reached. · Start/Stop - Allows the use of a single button for both starting and stopping the engine.  When the engine is stalled, pressing the button will crank the motor over.  Once the motor is running, pressing the button again will stall the engine.  This mode is suitable for a single start/stop button on the handle bar of a motorbike or jet ski. When the conditions specified for Deactivation RPM, Anti-theft Lockout and Neutral/Park  Lockout are met AND Start Status is active the ECU will activate the Starter Solenoid Auxiliary Output. The auxiliary output will stay active until the Start Status turns off OR the Deactivation RPM is reached. Once the engine is running, if the engine speed is above the Deactivation RPM AND the Start Status becomes active the ECU will apply a 100% Fuel and Ignition cut to the engine. · Touch Start - Allows a starter motor button (or key) that can be momentarily pressed to start the engine.  The driver taps the button and the ECU will take care of starting the engine.  Typical applications for Touch Start mode would be remote starting or a jet boat. When the conditions specified for Deactivation RPM, Anti-theft Lockout and Neutral/Park Lockout are met AND Start Status is momentarily active the ECU will activate the Starter Solenoid Auxiliary Output until the Max Crank Time is met or the Deactivation RPM is reached.  As of firmware version 5.5.6, pressing the start button again while the engine is running will stop the engine.  
    Starter Deactivation RPM
    Specifies the engine speed (RPM) above which the Starter Solenoid Auxiliary Output turns OFF.
    Use Anti-theft Lockout
    An option to make the Starter Solenoid Auxiliary Output conditional upon Anti-theft status. If set to Yes and Anti Theft Status is Active the Starter Solenoid Auxiliary Output will not function.
    Use Neutral/Park Lockout
    An option to make the Starter Solenoid Auxiliary Output conditional upon Neutral/Park status. If set to Yes and Neutral/Park Status is OFF the Starter Solenoid Auxiliary Output will not function.
    Max Crank Time
     
    Used only on Touch Start Start Switch Mode, this is the maximum amount of time the starter will be allowed to crank if the engine does not start.
     
     
    Starter control Examples
     
     
    Example 1:  Normal Mode with Anti-theft
     
    Assume Starter Control is set up as:
     
    Start Switch Mode = Normal
    Starter Deactivation RPM = 600 RPM
    Use Anti-theft Lockout = Yes
    Use Neutral/Park Lockout = No
     
    With the above settings the ECUs Starter Control would activate the starter motor if:
    · Engine speed is less than 600, and · The anti-theft signal is off and · The driver presses the start button (or turns the key).  
     
    Example 2:  Start / Stop Mode with Neutral / Park Lockout
     
    Assume Starter Control is set up as:
     
    Start Switch Mode = Start / Stop
    Starter Deactivation RPM = 550 RPM
    Use Anti-theft Lockout = No
    Use Neutral/Park Lockout = Yes
     
    With the above settings the ECUs Starter Control would activate the starter motor if:
     
    · Engine speed is less than 550, and · The Park/Neutral signal is active and · The driver presses the start/stop button.  
    With the above settings the ECU would apply a 100% cut to both fuel and ignition if:
     
    · Engine speed is greater than 550, and · The driver presses the start/stop button.  
    Note: The fuel and ignition cut will remain until engine speed is zero RPM.
     
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    Shedley reacted to Brad Burnett in flex fuel   
    I would suggest the content sensor as it will compensate for varying ethanol contents.  Pump E85 is not always 85%, it can be all over the place.
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