This is my daily driver, it is a base model S10 with an A/C system from a 2000 S10 4x4 that I installed as I got tired of being HOT in the summer.1996 Chevrolet S10 standard cab short bed pickup truckPowertrain:
- Vortec 2200, RPO Code LN2, 2.2L 4 cylinder engine:
- Displacement 2189 cc (133.6 cubic inches)
- 89mm (3.5 inch) bore
- 88mm (3.465 inch) stroke
- 89 kW (120 hp)
- 190 N*m (140 lb*ft) torque
- 180 cc/minute (17 lbs/hour) injectors
- Transmission: 5-speed New Venture NV1500 manual
- Crankshaft position sensor: 7x VR sensor connected to a 1995 Chevrolet S10 2.2L Ignition Control Module which uses the same type of ignition advance input and Bypass input that my 3.1L v6 DIS ignition control module uses. It outputs a 2 pulse per engine revolution and a 1 pulse per engine revolution signals. Both of these signals are 0v/5v digital outputs. Connected to the ICM are a pair of GM DIS ignition coils.
- Camshaft position sensor: 1x 0v/12v Hall Effect sensor. It outputs a 1 pulse per engine cycle signal to be used as the sync pulse.
- Decoder offset: 0.00 degrees
- CHT - Coolant Temperature input
- IAT - Intake Air Temperature input
- MAP - Manifold Absolute Pressure input
- TPS - Throttle Position Sensor input
- O2 - Wideband Oxygen Sensor input
- BRV - Battery Reference Voltage input
The plan is to install the Jaguar A2 prototype board that I etched at home with several modifications such as:
Analog Devices ADUM1201WRTZ Digital Isolator
2.5v voltage divider input for the RPM0- and RPM1- inputs of the MAX9926 IC
More details to follow...
[edit to correct formatting mistakes]
[edit 2 to correct injector flow rate 03/01/2015 1929]