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Old 02-22-2012, 02:26 PM   #1
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I finally got my S2000 cluster working. This is a kitcar, but it uses all miata wiring / drivetrain etc. MS3 controls the oil pressure warning light (currently set at 20psi iirc)

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I like that exhaust note.
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Any details on how you got it to work with the miata wiring?

What is needed to replicate this?
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This is pretty cool. What I want though, is for the stock '99 Miata gauges to work with a F20c! What would it take to do that?
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with the F20C transmission? The '99 cluster expects a 4800 ppm sine wave. Don't know where the S2000 cluster gets its signal from (the ecu or the transmission), but the cluster expects a 156000 ppm 5V square wave. I doubt the transmission puts that out (it'll be the ecu probably). Easy enough to measure if you have an oscilloscope .
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If you had a dakota digital convertor box, you should be able to adjust it where ever its needed.
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Actually the Speedohealer V4 is the only one that has enough range to muliply by 32. The dakota can do x4 maximum iirc.
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Just wanted to add - for completeness - that the stock cluster is not 4800ppm but 4000ppm (pulses per mile). FWIW.
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