Brad Wallbank Posted October 22, 2012 Report Share Posted October 22, 2012 Hi there, I have been reading through the forums looking for information on the Link ECU's as I have a G3 ecu in a competition drift car however I am now changing engine to the BMW M5 V8 S62 engine which has dual vanos on each bank. I have the wiring diagram for the dual vanos on the S54 M6 inline 6 engine using Trig 1 for Crank sensor, Trig 2 for exhaust cam angle and digital input 1 for intake cam position, then 4 aux out signals to switch the soilenoids to ground to activate. My question is wether it would be possible to have an additional 2 digital inputs on the G3 ecu, and if it would be possible to change the AUX outputs from a switch to ground to a positive output of either 6 or 12v so that I could build a simple logic board to use one aux output to control 2 relays based on if the input signal is 6 or 12v thus allowing me to control 8 soilenoids through 4 aux chanels? if this is not possible is there any way of combining the intake cams and exhaust cams for both sides and linking the soilenoids so that both soilenoids are controlled via a drift of either left or right bank cam sensor and use the vanos as a single RPM switching point to go from full retard on both banks to full advance and hold? Would it be possible to find out how the Vanos control is performed? is it just switched to ground and hold? Many Thanks and apologies for the long first question. Brad =)g09.pdf Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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