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Hello,

yet i'm running a Link G3, and wanted to switch to some "free" EMS, and then found FreeEMS :)
Think could extract most sensor calibrations from the Link G3.

Few Facts i know about the engine System:
-Denso CAS VR Sensor
-Yet running Distributor, wanted later COP best with full seq.
-Yet running on Map/Butterfly sensor
-on stock EMS running Injector full seq., on the Link G3 not

Would run it with E85, to get better temp, more boost 8-)

So i think, i need the Jaguar Option #2 +3/4Injector Drivers.
-Is there option for 3 extra Ingnition Drivers?
-Need i extra hardware for the Denso CAS 24-2 "VR" Sensor, there is a Articel about this system search for ("MS2-Extra 24 Toothed Distributor Manual")? Is the FreeEMS yet able to read this sensor?


Greetings Michael


Tue Oct 08, 2013 4:46 pm
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A Jaguar suits any 4 cylinder engine very nicely, there are 4 ignition drivers and 11 FET outputs for relays, injectors and solenoids.

There is nothing special about the Denso 24/2 dissy, it is supported by both Jaguar and the firmware.

You can have your sequential + dizzy, or sequential + wasted spark (recommended) with FreeEMS at this time, and later, you can have COP + Sequential too.

E85 really requires a special sensor and a new piece of code, so I wouldn't recommend it for the time being. The reason is that the 85 in E85 is a lie, it should be called Eupto85 instead ;-)

Fred.

PS, the section you posted in is reserved for members of the exclusive FreeEMS owners club ;-) Hence I moved your thread here. Please add some photos of your car and/or engine to this thread to stir up some comments :-)

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Tue Oct 08, 2013 4:57 pm
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Here it is :)
Technical Upgrade:
-3" complete Exhaust System
-upgradet intercooler
-540ccm Injectors
-Innovate WB

Think would go this route sequential Injection + dizzy first, and then COP wasted to delete the old dizzy system and get stronger ingnition 8-)

What do you mean with Eupto85, no don't want to drive flex fuel sensor yet. And yes i know that there could be some differences from gas station to gas station :roll:
So i think i need additional 3 ignitor drivers to option #2 Jaguar, and thats it. Or is there something i did overlook?

Engine Picture coming soon :D

EDIT: How much Input, analog are there?


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Wed Oct 09, 2013 1:27 pm
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E85 varies from E50 to E85 randomly. It can't be trusted to be one fuel.

Why do you think you need 7 ignition drivers? :-/

Seq + dizzy is OK for starts, then swap to wasted spark.

Analogue inputs are up to 16 or 24 depending on hardware, but only a few are used at the moment.

That second photo is really nice :-)

Fred.

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Wed Oct 09, 2013 10:45 pm
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Oh okay, Option #2 #3 are on 0.4 and 0.6 Jaguar different, so thought would there is only 1ignition driver on stock ;)
That much Input, nice!
Yes extra stopped on a country road, to shoot it.

So here the engine, not the beautiful, but nice running. And the power for the time, 2Litre 1994 and 245Ps from Factory :twisted:


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Fri Oct 11, 2013 7:28 am
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Ahh. 0.4-alpha and 0.6-alpha are the same in that they both have 4 ignitor drivers. Both can only be setup to have 2 or 4. Both (I think) have 2 wired up stock and require 2 jumpered in. I had no idea you were talking about the population/buy options. The board itself has 4. Check here for IO capability and ADC inputs: viewtopic.php?f=67&t=2212

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