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  1. Could I also just use this circuit instead of the one listed here? Does that little controller need a PCB or can I wire directly to the pins without issue
  2. If my calibration number is around 3250, is this dongle alone enough? (I am only estimating. I have not gotten a chance to count the abs teeth for the front/rear yet) I noticed in the product description it can only go down a minimum of 1/8.
  3. Adam, is there a maximum tooth count I that you've found to be usable with this? I'd need 4 of these for 4 different speed inputs correct? I'm still trying to educate myself on these frequency dividers and it looks like this would be a compact option to splice into my ABS sensor circuit for each wheel.
  4. Lol dang. I'll keep messing with it
  5. If it is the same one, and comes from the speedo, does that mean it is already filtered and I do not need the pull up resistor? I was messing with it yesterday to try and get a signal and got a reading for a quick second before it went to 0. To be honest I'm not sure what I did to get it...
  6. The thing is that for the MK3, the gearbox doesn't have a speed sensor and as far as I know that comes from the ABS ecu. I haven't found a post yet determining what exactly the signal is. Is there a good way to measure that so I can use it for the link? It is not clear whether it is driven or undriven wheel speed. Could I assign it as either one in PC link?
  7. Any update on this? I also have a mk3 MR2 and want to have a speed input into my g4x for launch control. (Maybe traction control?) But I'm confused as to the actual process that the signal goes through. I was looking at the wiring diagrams and thought it went: ABS sensors -> ABS ECU -> Speedo -> ECU (LINK) Also in G4X, in "speed sources", It looks like I need to have a separate sensor for each wheel but the stock harness only has the one wire for a speed sensor input going into the stock ecu. To avoid having to wire in separate sensors and adding in a voltage divider(? I can't remember what it is called), would I use that one wire, put it in GP Speed 1 and then calibrate it? Would I then be able to set that same GP speed 1 input as FR FL RR RL wheel speeds? If the above were true, in "setup" of "speed sources", I could use either driven or driving wheel speed source and not need both correct? Would this be a problem for launch control if I were to break traction?
  8. I found this and gave it a read through. Looks like you do exactly as you expected lol I'd agree that oil pressure is probably the more important of the two
  9. Not sure of part number but I think it's a DTM plug. https://www.amazon.com/Deutsch-4-pin-Connector-Gauge-Terminals/dp/B01CUCA9GA/ref=asc_df_B01CUCA9GA/?tag=hyprod-20&linkCode=df0&hvadid=312094794632&hvpos=&hvnetw=g&hvrand=10347601412040511343&hvpone=&hvptwo=&hvqmt=&hvdev=c&hvdvcmdl=&hvlocint=&hvlocphy=9031239&hvtargid=pla-570994925278&psc=1&tag=&ref=&adgrpid=60223452937&hvpone=&hvptwo=&hvadid=312094794632&hvpos=&hvnetw=g&hvrand=10347601412040511343&hvqmt=&hvdev=c&hvdvcmdl=&hvlocint=&hvlocphy=9031239&hvtargid=pla-570994925278
  10. Adam also posted a video on how to do it as well, somewhere on the last few pages. Helped me a ton
  11. I have no clue about the Bluetooth adapter, that’s better left for one of the applications engineers. I’m still learning the whole can thing. I can only guess that it would be quite a bit slower than a wired connection yes I am using the seed studio adapter. Or some clone, I got it on Amazon
  12. It can, that’s how I have my dash set up. I have switches for AC, launch control and my engine lid fans. I outlined how I got mine working a couple replies above.
  13. Oh ok I understand. How would I define them in the can setup if I go past 8 DI? I see in the CAN latches it goes all the way up to 16. DO you have an XML example of a CAN AUX? I'm assuming it would be similar in the can setup end? Width = 1, Start bit = (as explained in your reply above)
  14. I think I kind of understand the first two, I’m sure the more I reread it, the full understanding will come. I don’t quite understand why the start bit positions descend in the can setup while the button positions(?) in the xml increase (1,2,3 etc)
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