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Okay i started soldering the jaguar 0.4 agains the OEM connector. I have 2 questions:

1) When I ordered the jaguar from Deuce, I didn't knew what rpm imputer combo to use, I asked him to to give me both Hall and VR resistor sets, because I have no idea what to use with Cam Angle Sensor, which ones should I use ? If I need to use anything else?
2) How should I wire up the ignition give I have 6 coils and the jaguar has 3 outputs ?


Fri Dec 20, 2013 3:05 am
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1 - For an Rb25 you will need a Hall setup. The OEM uses a logic IC and some protection/filter circuits made up out of passive components. I am not exactly sure what is available on the jag 0.4 you have to cater for this?

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1 The RPM inputs on the 0.4 can be configured to be "good enough" for hall/nissan.

options:

2a from each ignition IC output, have two current limit resistors (you currently have just one) and run one from each channel to a different coil's ignitor channel
2b add another DIP8 IC to the board, run each IC output through a current limit resistor to an ignitor channel, and pair the inputs to the ICs at the CPU side to three pins

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Guys before doing any real silly stuff. I do think that the hall components are correct. Sorry for the quality my camera really sucks taking up close pictures.


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1) The resistor placement does look correct for Hall Effect inputs. The resistors should be 1k Ohm for the RPM0 and RPM1 inputs. You will also need to ground the RPM0- and RPM1- inputs for use with Hall Effect inputs.

2) For the ignition outputs you have Ignitor1, Ignitor2 and Ignitor3 outputs. The inputs to these circuits are IG1 (already connected via a trace to Port T2), IG2 (already connected via a trace to Port T3) and IG3 (which you will need to connect via a jumper wire to Port T4 (the square pad of P20 Port T4-7)).

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