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My build has to be compatible with 3 engines:

Ford 2.0 DOHC 8v:
- 36-1 VR sensor + 4 inj high impedance (fired in 2 pairs), wasted spark with 2 coils.

Very easy, I've run it with a DIY FreeEMS

Ford 2.9 24v V6 cosworth (BOB):
- Very similar to the previous one. 36-1 VR sensor, 6 inj high impedance (as stock is sequential, now, I've it in 2 pairs banks with a M$1), wasted spark 3 coils.

Ford 2.0 16v cosworth (YB):
not as easy as the previous ones. I think it has a 4 dent pulley 90º spaced + distributor phase sensor + low impedance injectors as std

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but I don't care a lot about the last engine. For the moment it will be ok with stock ecu.I don't have plans of running it with extreme modifications.


so in summary, it will

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Mon Aug 11, 2014 9:19 pm
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I can whip up a decoder for your last engine very easily. Let me know when it's needed and I'll do just that. Is it hall or VR, though? This will cause you minor pain setting up the Jag if different.

As for low-z, I HIGHLY recommend using the http://jbperf.com 2.0.1 low-z driver box. It's very convenient and pretty inexpensive. If you install it on that car, then then Jag can remain high-z style and it'll work equally with all engines. Here's mine as installed in the hotel: https://twitter.com/FreeEMS/status/474866848123469824

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ok, is good to know :)

both sensors (crank and distributor are supposed to be VR, so is easy, I will start building it as for VR sensor

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Tue Aug 12, 2014 9:45 pm
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