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Author:  Fred [ Thu Aug 15, 2019 10:29 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Self learning (I need guideline)

Ideally need more than that, coolant and air temperature sensor details, TPS min and max values, wideband profile, MAP sensor model/range/extremes, etc.

Author:  amatt [ Thu Aug 15, 2019 4:25 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Self learning (I need guideline)

I dig out some setting in my TS running with MS2 for this engine.

TPS:-
Close adc count- 205
Full adc count- 999

Coolant:-
-40C - 100490 ohm
30C - 1875 ohm
99C - 125 ohm

Bias resistor value - 2490 ohm

IAT:-

same value as coolant


Map sensor:- MPX6250A

Engine: nearly 1800cc

Injector size: 210cc

Trigger angle offset: -5 (this value is in TS, if it can be figure it out in Emstudio, please ignore)

Wideband: Innovate MTX, but not attach yet. Just view at it gauge, and do tuning.

Thanks.

Amatt

PS: Should I start a new topic?

Author:  amatt [ Thu Sep 12, 2019 3:22 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Self learning (I need guideline)

Fred wrote:
No, those windows tools are way out of date and I think not compatible with latest source.

You may be able to use that image and get a running setup, but there are newer firmware versions available that I could build for you that will give you a better experience.

EMStudio, Linux only, limited availability, just a bunch of bug fixes and tweaks to suit latest firmware. EMStudio without the fixes is pretty buggy.

What OS are you on?


Any update? pre-compile S19?

Author:  Fred [ Fri Sep 13, 2019 10:45 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Self learning (I need guideline)

Sorry man, life's been kicking my arse recently in 3 different ways.

New topic, yes, start a thread about your car in users' rides and post some pics and details of the car and engine and sensors etc. And we'll go from there.

Link back to the first post where you started to get serious in this thread, from the new one, and from this one to the new one, too.

Cheers!

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