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Relation between ignition timing and cam and crank trigger.

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Relation between ignition timing and cam and crank trigger.

If the trigger 2 is set to cam position and VVT angle recognition in a vehicle equipped with VVT, does it have any effect on ignition timing?

Is only the crank trigger involved in the ignition timing?

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The position of the ignition timing when VVT is OFF is determined in conjunction with the crank timing at the time of the first trigger correction.
When VVT is running, it always monitors how many times it is offset relative to it.
The LINKECU is fine.

I think this question has something to do with this.
The HKS ECU had a problem.
When trigger 2 advanced, the ignition timing synchronized and the engine was damaged.
HKS ECUs should have been modified in the current firmware.



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