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Mitsubishi colt ralliart 4g15t mivec trigger pattern

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Hello,

Is it posible for g4+ extreme to run the 4g15t mivec trigger pattern?

Recomended settings? Or it requires custom code?

Thank you

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Having a look at our supported patterns I can not find a match for that image.

So unfortunately it would need custom code or the pattern modified. Is the motor fully variable cam timing or on off like the older engines?

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thank you for your answer, it is similar to evo 9 mivec.

what would be required to become a custom  code ( trigger  recording wit ecu oscilloscope?)? I have several colts here ready for link ecu install.

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From this point it becomes a discussion with management to determine if it is a project that justifies the time.

Given it is more than a one off application I think it is worth starting the conversation.

I will pass the information through and see if there is any more required.

 

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I would suggest it likely to be many more months at this point.

If time is an issue I would suggest looking at either changing the pattern to something already supported or to an alternative manufacturer

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Closest would be to replicate the EVO 10 pattern which has a single long tooth that is high for half an engine cycle and low for the other half.

 

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With the evo 10 pattern can  the mivec be controlled? As it is on the same cam? Which settings to use?  

Ps. Engine uses same sensor for sync and mivec. Waht would be the ideal.pater to replicate to be able to use the mivec. I can build any tooth shape. So the 3 symetric would not work ? Because is listed in the options?

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So is basically a high and low signal , and this can controll also the mivec with the 16-2 cranck trigger? . Mechanically the cam   trigger has  to to be   aligned? Or we do this with the offset? 

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10 minutes ago, claudiumxg said:

So is basically a high and low signal , and this can controll also the mivec with the 16-2 cranck trigger? 

Yes.

 

10 minutes ago, claudiumxg said:

Mechanically the cam   trigger has  to to be   aligned? Or we do this with the offset? 

The alignment or phasing of the cam edges in relation to crank does not need to be exact but you do want it to be in a similar position to the picture above.  We have quite a big tolerance which you zero out with the "offset" number.  I would aim to have the cam edges occur roughly about 10-14 teeth after the big gaps on the crank.

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