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  1. Ok that makes sense, thank you! I will be using 16 injectors
  2. I was thinking of the injector wiring backwards and maybe I'm still wrong please help... Are all the injectors tied together and supplied with 12+ volts and then individually fired by a signal ground? What would the draw back be of splitting the signal wire off and sending it to both injectors (for each cylinder) and just controlling the main power to the injector. I could have a DI input switch setup so when it is off fuel table 1 is active boost table 1 is active and my gp output for relay that controls gasoline injector relay is on. Then is DI switch is on fuel table 2 and boost table 2 is active along with the gp output for the Methanol injector relay. Maybe this isn't possible, I'm looking to set it up so it is seamless and can switch on the fly. Is this possible or will I have issues?
  3. I looking to do a dual fuel system on a v8 engine with sequential injection. My thought is I would set the injector grounds up through a relay, I would have a switch that would trigger the relay for the set of injectors ground the switch would also toggle between the fuel tables. The plan would be to have methanol and gas, I could street drive on gas go to the track and warm the car up drive to the line, do the burn out and switch the fuel table, injectors, and boost table with the switch and be in race mode. The biggest question is can I kill the injector ground with a relay to switch between injector sets or is there a better way?
  4. I'm sure this isn't the case but to double check.... The pinout is as if you are looking into the ecu or into the back of the connector. I have seen people look at it the wrong way.
  5. Thanks! I somehow ended up with my filtering for the cam sync set at 3, what am I looking for to see what I need for filtering? "Noise" in the trigger scope?
  6. Does the trigger scope look like I have everything set right?
  7. Well it runs!! I'm not sure if everything is right or not but when I lock timing to 30 deg and check it with a light its right!!! I'm not 100% sure what I did today to make it run it seems like I tried everything last night. Anyways I attached the Trigger Scope and PCL file. I ended up setting crank to falling rate and had to set cam sync to Halls/Optical I couldn't get any RPM to show with cam set as a reluctor. Anyways still alot of work left but atleast its going. Thanks Adam for the help! Running.llg It Runs!!!!.pclr
  8. The MSD Cam Sync is a Hall Effect sensor I can only get RPM if I set it to hall effect. If I set it to reluctor I get no rpm. I have had spark today but lost it now. where to I want to set the cam sensor? At TDC or where my typical timing is at? Do I need to give the cam sensor any lead like 10 degree. Firebird Tune (1).pclr Trigger Scope Log Reluctor setp on cam sensor.llg Trigger Scope Log 2019-04-27 10;56;03 am.llg
  9. Update!! I'm getting engine rpm off of the cam sensor. I also switched crank trigger to halls/optical to try but no luck..
  10. I have a Thunder Set up on a BBC with LS coils, Holley 36-1 Crank trigger and MSD cam sensor. I believe I have everything wired right but not getting spark or anything on trigger scope. Am I missing something? If I do ignition test the coils work. I feel like i'm missing something on the setup. Firebird Tune (1).pclr
  11. +1 Both on/off, momentary options, and a set point or trigger that would turn it off.
  12. I use a window tablet for a dash on my car and it would be nice to have some soft touch on off buttons and maybe even momentary button option to add to the screen. I control fans with the ecu and turn the water pump on with the ecu if I had a quick soft touch button I could turn things on and off with that would be very nice. It would also be nice even with a laptop we could have a diagnostic page with momentary buttons so you could quick test and make sure boost solenoid clicks of fuel pump runs and so on. Then maybe down the road something could be done with soft touch on real dash. This would clean up need for extra switches and wires a guy could even have a nitrous purge button or line lock ran with the tablet. Oops I see this was already posted.
  13. Hoping to fire this up tonight or tomorrow!!! I ended up using the Holley crank trigger, Msd cam position sensor, Holley tps sensor and I'm running heat sink LS coils. I have a wideband hooked up for each bank, driveshaft speed sensor, oil pressure, coolant temp, fuel pressure, IAT, and map. It's going to be crazy to actually get some data on this car, I have been going at it very blindly. Maybe someday I will get rid of those carbs, my doctor says I should cutback on them.
  14. Thanks! I was also planning on adding TPS sensor.
  15. I'm making some changes on my drag car and want to do it in a few steps. Currently it is an NA carbed tunnel ram setup with MSD 7al ignition. I'm hoping to switch and use the Thunder ecu to control ignition and take care of the data logging for now and then eventually evolve it into a fuel injected forced induction deal. I'm planning on using the Holley 36-1 Crank trigger( https://www.holley.com/products/ignition/crank_triggers/crank_trigger_kits/parts/556-113 ) Along with the MSD Cam Sync (https://www.holley.com/products/ignition/distributors/cam_sync/parts/85141) and a set of LS Truck coils for now. Is there anything else I would need to get this fired up using the Thunder to control the Ignition? I do plan to add several other sensors but is that all I would need to get it up and running and is there better options out there for Crank Triggers and Cam Syncs? Thanks for any help.
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