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  1. FunJam

    Fury & hayabusa

    dc4picco, I tried to use Aux 7 as a GP output, and there was no option "DI2 status" in list. I used Starter Control function, as Adam advised. I tried it earlier, but I didn't configure DI2 as start position. Now it works. DI 7 (engine run) I configured as Antiteft , so it works also.
  2. FunJam

    Fury & hayabusa

    Hi! I try to control starter solenoid with AUX 7. DI 2 and DI 7 are switches. In "SW Cond 1 " only DI2 I find, is speed below and speed above. Same in DI 7. And they are not working way I want? So, is there better way set this up? DI2 = active + DI 7 = active, then Aux 7 is ON
  3. I used Foxit PDF software, but you need to be a little bit creative... :-)
  4. Yes , I'll fix the wiring. Thanks! Jani
  5. I could, yes. I also could swap them in the other end, does not require much more work, and I would keep the original colors. I was just wondering, if it could be done. My friend thought that in Haltech it would be possible.
  6. So, I f*cked up with the wiring. I was told order of cylinders incorrectly and I didn't check it.. So I wired 1 as 4 , 2 as 3, 3 as 2, and 4 as 1. Both Ignition and injectors. I was able to switch them and got the engine running some how , but wiring looks like ... Well, you know.. Smart coils and 8 injectors in hayabusa. So is there a way to change cylinders in program? If I fix just firing order, does it fix the problem also with the injectors? Anything I need to take account? I was not able to test this, because drive gear of oil pump got broken and I lost the oil
  7. So true. Spanked my self (mentally) , fixed the wiring and got it working. Thank you! :-)
  8. FunJam

    Hayabusa turbo

    OK, thank you!
  9. FunJam

    Hayabusa turbo

    Still I haven't been able to find answer for this. Or actually have find two different answers.. Mostly common way seems that both grounds are connected to power side ground (cylinderhead) , but some think it is better to use singnal ground in pin 1. Coils are VAG Short ones (0986221023 ), there are two different types of connectors used in VAG coils. https://www.finjector.com/eng/bosch_ignition_coil_vag_1_2_1_6_with_power_stage-p-32668-42?fbclid=IwAR15DcyU-kxq8QGR6-hITwbtwEaG8_osqeaYdP0RY4YY9cJLQGs4d3tUubg
  10. FunJam

    Hayabusa turbo

    I have a VAG smart coils with 4 connections. +12V, ground and signal is clear, but should I use sensor ground in fourth or just connect it to power side ground?
  11. FunJam

    Hayabusa turbo

    Thas is right, I did even draw it in wiring diagram.. :-) I shouldn't write here before morning coffee.. Thanks anyway. Again. ;-) Jani
  12. FunJam

    Hayabusa turbo

    Cam sensor is a hall. Shielded wire in Link loom is together with knock sensor wire. does it supply +5 or +8 V ? I think it is ok to use with OEM Hayabusa hall-sensor.. Is "signal ground " in smart coils same as "sensor ground"
  13. FunJam

    Hayabusa turbo

    Main switch is hand operated switch, that should take it easily. Used in case of fire, for example, to connect all the electric power off. Reason for using aux 4 is, that in FIM-E rules there is : "All gasoline or methanol burning motorcycles must be equipped with an electrical contact which disconnects all electricity to the engine (and nitrous oxide system, if used) and including electric fuel pumps if the rider should lose control of the motorcycle." (=wrist strap) So there is wrist strap, run/stop-button and emergency-button that are doing basically same thing, but wi
  14. FunJam

    Hayabusa turbo

    Link Fury. Wiring is done mostly with Link wiring looms, made the job so much easier for the first timer. After pic I have done most wiring for the power suply. Link 4bar MAP sensor , boost solenoid, lamda OEM ECT sensor, GPS Cordona quickshifter, KMS TPS, industrial swing height sensor, fuel- and oil pressure sensors, 4x exhaust temperature via CAN
  15. FunJam

    Hayabusa turbo

    Well, it was a year and a half since I started this topic and there has been progress... Slowly , but anyway.. :-) I have taken lots of web courses from HP acatemy, have been building tanks with my welderguy, machining , changed frame and front, bought tons of parts, build the engine.. And now it is one big mess.. :-) But we are gettiing somewhere and after couple of months I should be racing with the bike. Yeiiii! Still got lots of questions.. I'll send a diaghram soon So here is a drawing I made for the bike. Comments? Is powering lamda going to be problem
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