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Old 01-20-2008, 03:32 AM   #21
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What are you using for your bias resistance values? Im using 1544 and it seems to work great but i have R7 removed. So i would figure you'd be using something ~4k or so but due to recent events with paul's testing that's not how things work for some reason.
R4 and R7 are both 2.49k
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AbeFM and arga helped me out with it. With Abe's circuits, I never could get it to run right. However, I'm running mine in Parallel with the stock ecu, and he's running standalone. Arga and I are running in Parallel. Yea, if your running MS II in parallel it's simple and easy to make circuits to read the stock sensors. If your running it standalone, talke to AbeFM, as he has the circuits that work for running it standalone.

I'm still having goofy temp readings on MT though. I'm gonna reset my CLT values per arga's table above and see what happens. I have a GM open element IAT sensor so I left those values alone. Oddly though, I get a 170 degree reading on the IAT guage in MT with or without the sensor hooked up and it never changes. Don't know what could be causing that. Any thoughts?
are you running stock coils?


i'm interested in possible running MSII in parallel. (texas=OBDII)
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I cut a 1" copper pipe coulpler down it's length, hammered it flat, and dremeled a 3/4" hole in it. If someone tells you to cut a hole in copper with a dremel or they're gonna shoot you, take the bullet. It tooke 30 minutes of dremeling to get it, and I burned up something in my dremel. It let some smoke out and has 1/2 the power. Hopefully just the brushes, but I don't know.

I have a datalog I'll see if I can post it later.
About my 50th dremel, I switched to air tools. They are amazing, I even have a little pencil thin air dremel. And real die grinders and cut off wheels cut things a dremel might make a whole in after ten minutes at rates of seconds per foot.
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are you running stock coils?


i'm interested in possible running MSII in parallel. (texas=OBDII)
Yes he's running stock everything.
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Old 01-21-2008, 12:15 AM   #25
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Here's a screenshot of a datalog. I still have my NB O2 hooked up, wideband goes in tommorow, hopefully.

Pitlab: I'm running stock everything. Motor is stock. It has MS II and some headwork. MS is only running fuel right now though. Hoping it will be doing that well soon when I get the wideband up and going. Here's a link to a screenshot of my datalog winding out 1st and hiting second. It feels like a 40 shot running MS. It's a lot quicker. May have to enlarge the pic for a good picture.


http://i231.photobucket.com/albums/e...og31-20-08.png
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Got the wideband in today and did some tuning with autotune. Running smoother now, but with less power than with it running really rich. We will see how it turns out.
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