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  1. Hi there, I brought a link g4 plugin for my rps13 sr20det street car, and wish to install a 150psi honeywell oil pressure sensor as extra insurance to protect my motor, will this replace the factory oil pressure sensor in my block? Or do I need to run both? I have a custom oil block adapter fitted to my engine which does not have any ports to fit the factory sensor, the attached photo shows my aftermarket sandwich block with the factory sensor, there is little room for extra sensor to fit in the other port that's blocked Thanks in advance!
  2. Please advise, I have configured An4 v as an input for my oil pressure. I am using a Gems 0 to 8 bar scale sensor with a 0 to 5v output. My issue is that I keep measuring 7.35 volts on An4 V which I think is telling me that I need to use a VDO Type resistor sensor. Not what I am after, Gems sensor is mounted and wired up except for the V88 input. How would I reconfigure this input for a 0 to 5 volt input please. Thanks.
  3. Hi. Im looking for example solutions for solving engine protection strategies for the following and similar, Lambda VS MAP - Safety function to monitor the lambda value vs MAP and either generate alarm, lower rpm limit, retard etc etc if violated. code example; if Lambda >0.85 @ MAP >160kPa = activate MAP limit 2(=150kPa) + DO 6 for alarm if Lambda >0.80 @ MAP >200kPa = activate MAP limit 2(=150kPa) + DO 6 for alarm (functions can be handle by Internal AUX logic so that part should be ok, the base tables are my main question) Other example; Oil pressure vs RPM - Safety functio
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