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Old 04-11-2014, 03:23 PM   #1
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Default MSPNP1 9093 - Trigger Wheel setup?

I'm at such a loss with this MS3 unit (both financially and in technical understanding); I cannot get my motor to start and I have to get my car our of Leach0789's garage.

Is it possible to configure the MSPNP1 to run a trigger wheel for wasted spark? I know that it doesn't support VTPS but i'm hoping to break in and start basic tune using MAPdot until I can get a response at msextra forums (currently waiting for moderator approval of new thread).

Any help would be appreciated. Can anyone help interpolate a conservative timing table and VE table if I have one that came on the MS3?
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Yes, though the wheel decoder settings on MS1 are not nearly as friendly to work with as MS3. I think you are better off working out whatever bug you have with the MS3, but this is the info you requested.

This spreadsheet will help you enter the trigger values

And here is the relevant background info:

Wheel decoder info:
MS1 Extra Basic Reference Manual

MS1/Extra Ignition Hardware Manual

You might want to start with the MSPNP Gen1 basemap then enter your decoder settings, or at least look at the basemap's VE and spark tables to get you started.
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