Jump to content
Hyperblade

Feedback for Installer I/O Table for 3S-GE Beams and G4+ Storm Blue

Recommended Posts

Hi 

I'm new to tuning and am going to be installing a G4+ Storm Blue (have already acquired second hand) by myself for a 3S-GE Beams Blacktop (in a Toyota Starlet race car).

It's a stock engine with the 6 speed gearbox (only mod is pod filter) and has been currently running on the stock ecu.

I've converted a spare 3S-GE throttle body to manual control which will only have the standard TPS on it and will use this instead of the electronic one currently on the car. I'll also be running a 3 wire ISC (Bosch copy). I'll be running a dash via can/odb2.

I've been reading through the help files and think i have everything sorted, but wanted some feedback from people who are a bit more experienced.

Does it all make sense, or is there anything obviously wrong?

Grey rows = functions i don't believe I have access to on the blue storm.

Installer I/O Table, 3S-GE Beams Blacktop, N/A, VVTI, 4 Cyl, Manual Throttle Body, Link Storm Blue
FunctionConnectionExample
Trigger 1Crank Angle Sensor
Reluctor, Proximity, Optical or Hall
Trigger 2Inlet Cam Position Sensor
Analog Temp Input 1Engine Coolant Temperature Sensor
NTC Thermistor sensors Only
Analog Temp Input 2Inlet Air Temperature Sensor
Analog Temp Input 3 
Analog Temp Input 4 
Analog Volt 1O2 Sensor
0-5V Input from sensor or external controller
Analog Volt 2Oil Pressure (Shared with DI4 on Storm)
Analog Volt 3TPS Main
Analog Volt 4TPS Sub
Analog Volt 5(Internal MAP on Storm)
Analog Volt 6 
Analog Volt 7 
Analog Volt 8 
Analog Volt 9 
Analog Volt 10 
Analog Volt 11 
+5V OutTPS and MAP sensor power
+5V Power OUT
+8V Out 
Ignition 1Coil 1
Use spare Ignition channels for switching type Auxiliary Outputs
Ignition 2Coil 2
Ignition 3Coil 3
Ignition 4Coil 4
Ignition 5 
Ignition 6 
Ignition 7 
Ignition 8 
Injection 1Injector 1
Wire Inj 1 to cyl 1, 2 to 2, 3to 3 etc...

Use spare Injection channels for switching type Auxiliary Outputs
Injection 2Injector 2
Injection 3Injector 3
Injection 4Injector 4
Injection 5 
Injection 6 
Injection 7 
Injection 8 
Auxiliary Output 13W-ISC Close (ISC Solenoid Slave)
High Frequency PWM or VVT Control.
3W-ISC Solenoid must be wired to Aux1 & Aux2.
Auxiliary Output 23W-ISC Open (ISC Solenoid)
Auxiliary Output 3Inlet VVTI Solenoid
Auxiliary Output 4Exhaust VVTI Solenoid
Auxiliary Output 5Fuel Pump Relay
PWM less than 300 Hz or GP switching.
ISC Stepper. High side driven loads.
Auxiliary Output 6Engine Radiator Fan Relay
Auxiliary Output 7 
Auxiliary Output 8 
Auxiliary Output 9(E-throttle Motor +)E Throttle Motor or GP Output.
Auxiliary Output 10(E-throttle Motor -)
Knock 13S-GE Knock Sensor (Shared with DI3)
Knock Sensors Only
Knock 2 
Digital Input 1Exhaust Cam Position Sensor
Frequency Input, Switch Input or VVT Position
Digital Input 2Speed Sensor
Digital Input 3(Shared with Knock 1)
Digital Input 4(Shared with An Volt 2 on Storm)

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

You've done a good job allocating everything. The only thing I spotted is that you don't need the TP(Sub) channel, as this is used for e-throttle only. Also, just to confirm, the wide-band O2 sensor does require an external controller.

 

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

You've done a good job allocating everything. The only thing I spotted is that you don't need the TP(Sub) channel, as this is used for e-throttle only. Also, just to confirm, the wide-band O2 sensor does require an external controller.

 

Thanks for the feedback! Really appreciated!

I'm planning to use a narrow band sensor so should be ok.

 

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Yep, narrowband will be fine wired direct to the Analog volt channel. I would recommend using a wide-band O2 sensor for tuning though, as the narrow band is only going to tell you if you are richer or leaner than stoichiometric.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Yep, narrowband will be fine wired direct to the Analog volt channel. I would recommend using a wide-band O2 sensor for tuning though, as the narrow band is only going to tell you if you are richer or leaner than stoichiometric.

I plan to take it to either NZEFI or Spec Performance for tuning so it should be fine :)

Thanks for the help!

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Join the conversation

You can post now and register later. If you have an account, sign in now to post with your account.

Guest
Reply to this topic...

×   Pasted as rich text.   Paste as plain text instead

  Only 75 emoji are allowed.

×   Your link has been automatically embedded.   Display as a link instead

×   Your previous content has been restored.   Clear editor

×   You cannot paste images directly. Upload or insert images from URL.

Loading...

×
×
  • Create New...