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Hi, may I know this Suzuki G13b engine can install link G4+ ? And can done the trigger setup for this type of engine? Because I need upgrade  direct coil on spark plug.

 

 

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There are several different G13 triggers.  Does yours have a distributor with 4 evenly spaced teeth and 1 extra close spaced tooth?

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The Monsoon is usually a good choice for a basic 4 cyl engine as it has a built-in map sensor and enough inputs/outputs to do a decent job.

PS, Im going to move this thread to the G4+ section.

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Hi, finally I received link monsoon, before start the wiring job, I need make sure the trigger wiring. It’s the red wire is connect to trigger 1 ? How about the trigger 2.? Thanks

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In this case trigger 2 is not used as all the info is over the single pickup in the CAS

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Nothing from us that is engine specific. But you will likely find the default numbers are ok to get it up and running on once you have set up the basics, TPS triggers, timing check etc.

 

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Hi, I start the engine today and trigger offset is set to 320 degrees and lock the ignition timing to 10 degrees BTDC by timing light. But I having the problem now, when I tested on the road, the rev rpm only up to 3500rpm only. Something like fuel cut. Can help to check the bace map and log file?Maybe is injector timing problem? Now I’m have install turbo charger and direct spark mode for this engine. Hope can help to solve the problem. Thanks.

 

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The ECU is not applying any cut.  More likely an ignition misfire or fuel pressure or similar.  You have no lambda connected so we have no clue how close fueling is to correct but there is nothing obviously wrong in the log.

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Ok, I have connected the lambda at analog out 4, but I still never on the lambda yet. do you know the lambda sensor calibration for this single pin type. But look like Honda Civic 92 lambda type. Thanks

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That is a narrowband oxygen sensor, you cant use this to measure the air-fuel ratio useful for tuning, it can only be used like a rich/lean switch.  It cant tell you how rich or lean you are, only if you are richer than 14.7 or leaner than 14.7.

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