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Hello, I'm a tuner and I tuned some link ecu before but all are plug in or already wired from someone. I'm going to tune my firends civic eg with big turbo setup, I advised him to use Link ecu (he has hondata) because of antilag and also I want to cancel oem distributor. Can I wire honda k20 coil to Link plug in ecu or I buy for him a universal Link ecu and custom wire all sensors ? I tuned to many turbo civic on hondata but I'm new at Link and also I don't have too much experience on wirings. 

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The Plugin does have all the ignitions on the A connector, you will need to change the ignition settings to suit (Direct Spark and Falling Edge) plus adjust the dwell times.

 

 

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22 hours ago, ClintBHP said:

The Plugin does have all the ignitions on the A connector, you will need to change the ignition settings to suit (Direct Spark and Falling Edge) plus adjust the dwell times.

 

 

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Hi, thank you for reply. I found analog outputs after I saw you reply. I'm trying to have a starting map, I changed analog outputs and Ignition Output to "Direct Spark".
Is spark edge should be "Falling" ?

Is Dwell mode should be "Duty Cycle"? 

 

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10 minutes ago, ClintBHP said:

No you need ms.

Thank you.

So, Spark edge should be "Falling" and Dwell mode should be "ms"? Please confirm for me. 

And I'will be happy if you help me for dwell time adjustment. 
 

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Can I ask how can I install crank position sensor and remove distributor completely? 

On 2/17/2019 at 12:09 AM, ClintBHP said:

confirmed.

Can I ask how can I install crank position sensor and remove distributor completely? 

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You will need a crank sensor and a cam sensor.  Pretty much any common generic pattern will be ok.  The Crank signal needs to go to pin B16, the cam signal needs to go to pin B12. ECU Sensor ground are pins B11 & B15.

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