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  1. Thanks Scott, your work more money. I must love your gear I just brought a second Thunder just to go on my engine dyno. Keep well
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  2. Depending on the age of the Atom it could be one of the early units that did have injector drives more prone to failure. But generally when the drives failed they wend to a short to ground causing the injector to be stuck on. I would certainly confirm all the loom is 100%. Swapping over to the second ECU will be a big step to proving this. Just make sure there is no short to 12V on that drive before connecting the replacement unit.
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  3. Rich RDE

    Subaru Knock settings

    Grant I have a lot of experience with this particular engine. You will want to use 6 kHz as mentioned. In some cases 7 kHz. But you will get the level of feedback needed with a gain of 1. Adjusting per cylinder is needed as well. These engines tend to produce more noise on certain cylinders then others due to design and Knock sensor placement. So monitor this and adjust the cylinder gain accordingly. A typical threshold is set to somewhere around 570 for knock level. You will want to monitor this and adjust to your needs. Each engine differs with internals, fuel, and amount of ignition timing
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