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    Toliski reacted to Ducie54 in Target afr protection   
    A basic setup but you get the idea.

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    Toliski reacted to cj in L/100km from Inst. Fuel consumption.   
    kph value / 60 = km per min (a)
    inst fuel (in cc/min) / 1000 = Litres per min (b)
    with these 2 values now both in X per min, you can remove the "minutes" from the equation and use the 2 values as Kilometers per Litre so (a/b) 
    To calculate it as km per (whole) Litre, multiply a by 1/b
    to change it from km per litre, to litre per 100km, you take 100 divide by the km-L value
     
    Example:
    50kph, 150cc/min
    50kph / 60 = 0.8333 km/min
    150cc-min / 1000 = 0.15 L/min
    now that "minutes" is constant to both numbers you can simply remove it to give 0.8333km per 0.15L
    mulitplication factor is 1/0.2L = 6.666
    so 0.83333km x6.666 = 5.55 km/L
    100/5.55 = 18.01 L per 100km
     
     
     
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    Toliski reacted to Adamw in Blown engine!   
    Coils running low on energy is just going to cause a misfire, it is not going to harm the engine.
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    Toliski reacted to Brad Burnett in 3sgte knock gain   
    diagrams are in the help file in the software.
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    Toliski reacted to iecku.tavea racing in 3sgte knock gain   
    Attached a typical 3SGTE Gen3 Knock Setup with the Bosch Sensor....



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    Toliski reacted to Brad Burnett in 3sgte knock gain   
    What knock sensor are you using?
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    Toliski reacted to Brad Burnett in 3sgte knock gain   
    I would suggest switching to the bosch wideband sensor.  Or you will need to better dial in the knock frequency.
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    Toliski reacted to Adamw in Fuel Consumption   
    12V with engine off will be fine for static/base pressure.
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    Toliski reacted to Adamw in Fuel Consumption   
    You will need to be using the Modelled fuel equation mode.
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    Toliski reacted to Brad Burnett in Engine don't start   
    That will do it.
     
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    Toliski reacted to Simon in 3sgte COP   
    Yes timing should be checked. Jut put a HT lead between the coil and plug to allow a timing light to be clipped on.
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    Toliski reacted to Adamw in 3sgte COP   
    Ignition drives only get assigned when loaded into an ecu.  Load your map, store, then power cycle. Drives will then be assigned correctly according to your ignition mode.
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    Toliski reacted to rrob in 3sgte Misfire   
    1j and 2j have a 1 way valve as part of the idle assembly. No need for it to be boost referenced.
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    Toliski reacted to Adamw in St205 Dwell Times or St185   
    If the ST185 dwell table works better for you then by all means please use it.  
     
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    Toliski reacted to Simon in Car shut down   
    Those loges were at cranking speed?
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    Toliski reacted to Adamw in Car shut down   
    Your triggerscopes look like they would work ok with your current settings but I would probably make a small change to the trigger 2 arming threshold table just to give us a little more margin of error.
    Try it like this:

     
    I suggest for the next little while that you carry your laptop around with you, then if it ever doesnt start again you can connect laptop and do a quick triggerscope which may show us what the problem is.
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    Toliski reacted to Adamw in Idle Up and Down problem   
    I would say it is still mostly fuel related.  The 4 cells highlighted in blue below are where you are idling so you want to flatten those out a lot more.  It also appears you have very large injectors with no short pulsewidth data so this will make mixture quite inconsistent around idle.  If you cant get proper data for your injectors then I would suggest aiming for a richer target at idle and possibly reducing your fuel pressure a little.

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    Toliski reacted to Davidv in Idle Up and Down problem   
    The only thing I can see that's varying similar-ish to your RPM spikes is changes to your dwell time



    Maybe try change the value in the table so it's a bit more stable at idle.
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    Toliski reacted to Adamw in Connect link with wideband   
    from PLX's manual:

     
    Note you dont need a cal table for a linear calibration, it will be easier for you to use cal 4, 5 or 6, like this:

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    Toliski reacted to Adamw in Connect link with wideband   
    Your problem is your cal table.  You have table units set to "Lambda", but you have entered the table values in AFR.  Enter your cal table data in Lambda units then if you want PC Link to display AFR, you change this in >options>units>options

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    Toliski reacted to Hellafabrication in Idle Up and Down problem   
    You should be able to unplug the idle valve and open the throttle body to get your idle in the rough area of your required idle target.  
     
    With a cable throttle you would make that just below your target and let the air bleed bring idle up. 
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    Toliski reacted to andybp in Connect link with wideband   
    I'll keep an eye on this as I have the same problem 
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    Toliski reacted to MGV101 in 3sgte COP   
    Look for pinouts on the 1zz coil.
    I connected the +12 to the original coil power supply coming out from the fuse box, -ve to a grounding point on the engine block itself, and IGT (trigger) to the appropriate ignition outputs from the ECU according to cylinder number. It's nothing complicated, the ECU settings will handle the rest. The IGF pin on the coil is not used.
     
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