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JaniM's "watersealed" Jaguar 0.7 
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Here is my plan to add splash water sealed enclosure with 56-pin connector. Few fuses and relays are in box also.
Starting picture.


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You appear to be defeating the purpose of a relay?

Don't forget to bridge your grounds appropriately, too.

What's it going on again?

Good to see some Jaguar progress! :-)

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Relays are for main and FP and fuses for injectors, FP and some general supply like for lambda controller.
Idea is to do more plug and play. Less wiring job.
Groundings would be checked closely.

The car might be this rusty bug. Maybe with Edis or upgrading that to VAG waste spark coil. But not sure yet, maybe other turbo bug.
Let see, I'll make topic when start assembling on car.


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Mon Sep 01, 2014 5:20 am
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Just be aware of the voltage spikes and interference that relays can cause. Ensure that you use diodes directly on the relays, and not at some distance along their wires.

Also, the point of them is to reduce the length of heavy wire to a minimum, ie, point to point with lighter control wires from source signal to relay also point to point.

I was hoping to grab first aircooled engine, but it looks like you might have it in the bag. :-D good for you.

Fred.

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Yes, diodes are in adding list.
There is few other bugs and vans also in back pocket :) Supercharged split screen van with SC14..


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I would love one of those early pre-68 kombis, but they're just so expensive nowadays. :-(

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Some progress. Now need only add injectors and ignition wires.
I tried look fast what kind support code offers.
Could I use ful sequential injection and ignition control or should I use 2+4 control? Seq ignition or fueling?
4 cyl engine with 36-1 crank pattern. Need to find is that supported.

Would it be good to do some kind feature list in sticky what code supports rock solidly now?

EDIT: found right place :)
viewtopic.php?f=54&t=1084
I think seq injection and waste spark on this bug or semi injection also, let see.


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If you're using a missing tooth crank wheel, wire it up for sequential and run it semi sequential with 4 FETs/channels using configuration to make it happen in parallel. Then with a second signal/cam sync and some software updates, you could swap to sequential with no extra work.

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Yes, that would be plan.
Would it be good use that bench-code for testing and then change real code?
Need to find instructions for download firmware next. I tested to get connected via laptop and it worked. Next test some real sensors data.


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Yes. :-)

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