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Author:  AiToR51 [ Sat Oct 19, 2013 8:00 pm ]
Post subject:  AiToR51's 1992 Ford Sierra XR4i 2.0 (24th)

I've work a lot of hours in this car..

As stock it had a 2.0 8v DOHC engine with 125bhp and I wanted more. So firstly I improved it a bit in NA (4-2-1 exhaust manifold and good exhaust, camshafts changed, chip in std ECU...), but I wanted more again. So installed a turbo with a MS1 to control it. And now that will change to a FreeEMS :P (ASAP)


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Engine:
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ECU (DIY build):

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a lot of wires. Too much I think. I've to solve that.



ignitors far from ECU (3 BIP373, only 2 used at this time)

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this place will be remembered as my first FreeEMS run place:

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first run video:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uVUZ2oag52Q


PS: currently in building. I will upgrade this with more info soon.

Author:  Fred [ Sun Oct 20, 2013 5:10 am ]
Post subject:  Re: AiToR51's 1992 Ford Sierra XR4i 2.0 (24th)

Car sounds super sweet, dude! Nice work :-)

Author:  Dan [ Sun Oct 20, 2013 10:59 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: AiToR51's 1992 Ford Sierra XR4i 2.0 (24th)

Great stuff!

Author:  AiToR51 [ Sun Oct 20, 2013 11:10 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: AiToR51's 1992 Ford Sierra XR4i 2.0 (24th)

Here is my first config ( https://github.com/AiToR51/freeems-vanilla/tree/OMG.GZ ). I hope I've pushed it ok as I'm not very used to use git.


I've lost first run log :( :shock: :oops:

Tomorrow I will post EMStudio screen shots of the Tables I've used

Author:  malcom2073 [ Sun Oct 20, 2013 11:35 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: AiToR51's 1992 Ford Sierra XR4i 2.0 (24th)

AiToR51 wrote:
I've lost first run log :( :shock: :oops:


How? EMStudio issue or what?

AiToR51 wrote:
Tomorrow I will post EMStudio screen shots of the Tables I've used


Fwiw you can export the tables via the "Export" button on both 2D and 3D tables, or select everything and copy/paste as a CSV into either a text editor, or into a spreadsheet application as alternatives to having to use screenshots.

Author:  Fred [ Sun Oct 20, 2013 11:37 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: AiToR51's 1992 Ford Sierra XR4i 2.0 (24th)

Looks to be pushed OK. There is a problem with your commit, though: https://github.com/AiToR51/freeems-vani ... 0d917bbeab

+#elif CONFIG == PETERTRUCK_ID
+#include "../data/thermistors/Denso-2k2Bias.h"

copy paste fail on the ID ;-)

Nicely done, otherwise.

That ford sensor, got any ID info for it, photos of it, documentation for it, etc? The copyright in that new file should be either 2008 - 2013 or just 2013 as it's new. Currently says 2011.

Your ID is 24, not 17, btw ;-) And I have a commit that cleans that up that I'll likely split out of Jeff's config (rather than waiting for him to get more done) and push up soonish. Perhaps tomorrow.

Along with screenies of your three primary tables, please also dump each table out (export as mike posted while I was writing this) as json and dump the entire config using emstudio. attach here.

Mike, no, not your fault :-)

Fred.

Author:  Fred [ Sun Oct 20, 2013 11:39 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: AiToR51's 1992 Ford Sierra XR4i 2.0 (24th)

PS, push new commits to fix that stuff so I don't have to review ALL of it again ;-) Once I'm happy I can squash it down into a single commit and pull it in. Then you can get your firmware from the build server ready to go with updated code ;-)

Author:  AiToR51 [ Mon Oct 21, 2013 7:32 am ]
Post subject:  Re: AiToR51's 1992 Ford Sierra XR4i 2.0 (24th)

malcom2073 wrote:
AiToR51 wrote:
I've lost first run log :( :shock: :oops:


How? EMStudio issue or what?

AiToR51 wrote:
Tomorrow I will post EMStudio screen shots of the Tables I've used


Fwiw you can export the tables via the "Export" button on both 2D and 3D tables, or select everything and copy/paste as a CSV into either a text editor, or into a spreadsheet application as alternatives to having to use screenshots.


It was my fault. I overwrited it when compressing some files.

Yes, I exported the tables when configured them to have a backup and no lose data between firmware updates. I said screen shot because Fred told me that :P

Fred wrote:
Looks to be pushed OK. There is a problem with your commit, though: https://github.com/AiToR51/freeems-vani ... 0d917bbeab

+#elif CONFIG == PETERTRUCK_ID
+#include "../data/thermistors/Denso-2k2Bias.h"

copy paste fail on the ID ;-)

Nicely done, otherwise.

That ford sensor, got any ID info for it, photos of it, documentation for it, etc? The copyright in that new file should be either 2008 - 2013 or just 2013 as it's new. Currently says 2011.

Your ID is 24, not 17, btw ;-) And I have a commit that cleans that up that I'll likely split out of Jeff's config (rather than waiting for him to get more done) and push up soonish. Perhaps tomorrow.

Along with screenies of your three primary tables, please also dump each table out (export as mike posted while I was writing this) as json and dump the entire config using emstudio. attach here.

Mike, no, not your fault :-)

Fred.


Yes, you are right on the ID number, I used some "random" because I didn't know which one could be mine :lol2:


LOL on "PETERTRUCK_ID" copy fail, that's the reason I was getting near perfect readings of IAT but with a few degrees out :lol2: :lol2: :lol2: thanks.

This afternoon when coming house I will attach all the files and temp sensor info. Here I don't have any of that.

Fred wrote:
PS, push new commits to fix that stuff so I don't have to review ALL of it again ;-) Once I'm happy I can squash it down into a single commit and pull it in. Then you can get your firmware from the build server ready to go with updated code ;-)


ok, good. I will fix that.

Author:  masterkorp [ Mon Oct 21, 2013 2:34 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: AiToR51's 1992 Ford Sierra XR4i 2.0 (24th)

Congratulations!

Author:  Matthijs [ Fri Oct 25, 2013 1:34 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: AiToR51's 1992 Ford Sierra XR4i 2.0 (24th)

Sounds really smooth, OEM like :)
I guess you could most of you data/knowledge from the MS to get the initial data dialed in correctly?

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