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Wheel Speed on 1 to 6 or 1 to 8?

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With ref to below from help file. I am allowed to use 5 and 6 for my Wheel Speed. Is the help file wrong?

·Only Digital Inputs 1 to 4 can be used to measure engine position (used only for VVT Control).
·Digital Inputs 1 to 6 can be used for frequency measurement (eg speed signals).
·Digital Inputs 1 to 8 can be used for edge detection (eg Gear cut control clutch switch).
·All digital inputs can be used for general purpose switching signals (eg A/C request).

 

 

·LF Wheel Speed - (DI1 to DI6 only) Hall and reluctor wheel speed signals
·LR Wheel Speed - (DI1 to DI6 only) Hall and reluctor wheel speed signals
 
·RF Wheel Speed - (DI1 to DI6 only) Hall and reluctor wheel speed signals
·RR Wheel Speed - (DI1 to DI6 only) Hall and reluctor wheel speed signals

 

Edited by lanceccs

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Hi, I am using i88 with iVTS 5.3.1.2395. I am just wonder, as the help file says that only DI1 to DI6. But I an select Wheel Speed for up to DI8. Maybe the help file is outdated?

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Later firmware did allow higher Dis to be use.

Just a note on the I series you are now able to use the Link G4+ tuning software and firmware so there are a number of updates available.

 

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Thanks Simon. By upgrading it will introduce changes like new features and bug fixes. Is there any critical things that I should take note of that might damage the engine? Example: Turning off a new feature that will significantly adv the timing after a cond?

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If you download the latest PCLink from our website, you can navigate to the release notes in the help file as I have shown below. You will have to look at all the items listed above you current 5.3.1 version.  The most important or critical items are those highlighted in orange text.  

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