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    Problem trying to use ABS sensor

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    Problem trying to use ABS sensor

    Jaycar do a speedo corrector, which will convert signals too...and it is cheap. Or a lot of Vauxhalls have a little yellow "relay" which basically does the same thing. Obviously it isnt a relay, but it is encased as one made by Siemens Although if you're tagging onto an ABS sensor dont expect the ABS system to remain happy in most cases
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    MGB direct fire ignition

    A crankwheel with a TDC reference will suffice for a wasted spark type setup
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    water meth injection

    Most kits are very similar...so really whatever takes your fancy. If totally standalone, Aquamist is probably one of the better setups. But Prometh in the US is popular too, or Alky Control. I'd avoid the push fit pneumatic fittings most use though. Yes they are very handy, but inevitably they will always leak over time and possibly fail. Or if you must use them, be prepared to change fittings every year for example as a maintenance measure. Or it is easy enough to DIY build your own kit and control it from the ecu.
  5. https://www.12voltplanet.co.uk/adjustable-delay-timer-relay-delay-on-or-off-12v-10a.html That will allow an easy run on of either after ecu shutdown, although not specifically to a temperature.
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    #WRX107+ Support for EZ30 Swap

    Cam trigger is probably different too ? But no reason that cant be sorted.
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    Custom trigger suggestions please

    YB ? Easiest is just bolt on an EECIV 36-1 wheel. Or pretty sure places sell similar you can retrofit, but it's easy to DIY that too, or indeed any crank trigger.
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    Custom trigger suggestions please

    What engine ? Presumably it has no crank trigger, or another model year of same platform has any you can use ? 24-1, 36-1, or whatever is always better than no missing/reference teeth...simply because of that. 24 teeth is almost meaningless other than for a rotational speed reference...which would be a waste of effort really. A missing tooth or other similar marker then also gives a specific crank position reference...typically cyl1 TDC ( in case of inline 4 that would be shared 1/4 hence if you want full sequential you then need a phase reference to ID cyl 1 from 1 or 4 )
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    LS3 cam sensor

    In most cases I dont think the power supply is critical I know when I tested my LS2/3 sensor on the bench I was using either a 5v supply or 9v battery...cant recall which as it was a few years ago but I know it worked fine. On the car I did use a 12v feed though. Output is still a 5v switch though. But test, it's easy and only takes a few mins swapping wires.
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    LS3 cam sensor

    It's only 3 wires, should take barely 5 mins to swap them about and test and then you know for sure.
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    smart pencil coil options

    Are a lot of the bike coils not internally amp'd ? CBR etc ? I've seen car guys used some of those as an upgrade. Of course lots use the car Honda/Denso coils for serious boost too....modern stuff is just damn powerful ! https://www.hpacademy.com/forum/general-tuning-discussion/show/79 Do you have room for the likes of IGN1A remote coils ? Not as neat as a pencil, but regarded as one of the best coils.
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    Thunder EGT question

    others have already used the ECUMaster EGT to CAN device for up to 8x EGT's And it's very cheap, seems to operate at around 5Hz which is fairly slow, but a thermocouple isnt super fast anyway so it's fine
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    smart pencil coil options

    It's a motorbike application....not use some motorbike pencil coils ? And for those who have issue with coils being powered up but not running some will wire the +ve feed to the coils via the fuel pump trigger so they can never be energised unless the engine is turning. Although that shouldnt really be needed.
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    ECU afr not matching stand alone gaugue

    That is bizarre any car powers the fuel pump without a relay or something to carry the load. Very unusual What car is it ? And presumably you wired this ecu in yourself ?
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    ECU afr not matching stand alone gaugue

    Onboard lambda is the correct way...no fucking about with CAN or Innovate....the latter being the most troublesome. The only way to do Innovate...is to manually test and calibrate over a sensible voltage range. Flatline the LC2's output at 0.5v, 1.0v, 1.5v etc etc and test what you see on the ecu for each voltage. Then DIY your calibration vs AFR to suit. And do it over as small an AFR range, for as wide a voltage range as you can....ie use the full 0-5v, and limit the AFR range to what you need, and is also still functional. That way small voltage errors or offsets will have less impact on the reading