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#1
Hello,
         When is the latest source code due for release?

Thanks,

Dave.
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#2
Hey Dave,

It is out, which HW platform do you currently have?

Thanks,
Sean
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#3
Hello Sean,
                   I have a Jaguar 0.7 board

Thanks,
Dave.
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#4
What's your engine setup look like, if you can answer the following I can get a base config setup:

1. Cylinder count
2. Injectors per cylinder
3. Crank input wheel
4. Cam sync/wheel
5. Mass air or Speed Density.

Thanks,
Sean
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#5
Hello Sean,
                   You might just regret asking this lol.
1     Inline 4 cylinder firing 0 - 180 - 360 - 540
2     1 injector per cylinder
3     Crank Wheel  36-1-1-1-1  
       Leading edge of Tooth 1 at VR sensor at TDC No.1 cylinder
       3 teeth - gap - 2 teeth - gap - 14 teeth - gap - 3 teeth - gap - 10 teeth
       All gaps 1 tooth
4     Can be with or without Cam Sensor. Can be arranged to happen at any point in the engine cycle.
5    Original engine runs with TPS and MAP sensor, no MAF

Thanks,
Dave.
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#6
Hey Dave, no regrets at all, we NEED that level of info for this to work well. Also what's the make/engine code ? Having full sync gives you the ability to time your injections and sensor read angles, it's worth it IMO. I have been meaning to post the data showing the differences between full and half sync.

Dave A, do you have a simulator pattern for 36-1-1-1-1?

Thanks,
Sean
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#7
I think this is the guy?

   

-sean
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#8
(07-15-2016, 10:00 PM)seank Wrote: I think this is the guy?



-sean

Hello Sean,
                  Yep, that's the one. It's from a Rover K-series engine, code is 18K4K. I don't know if there were any vehicles with this
engine sold in the US ?  This engine had variable valve timing but it has been removed.  
     Rover, in their infinite wisdom (not!) had 3 different flywheel trigger patterns depending on which ECU was on the vehicle.
They had Motorola MEMS (modular ems) versions  1.9  ,   2  and  3 .    I  believe this is a MEMS 3 flywheel.   The engine is intended
for a Lotus Elise, the existing engine has MEMS 1.9  which has no cam sensor.   A point I forgot to mention, this engine uses wasted
spark.

Thanks Sean,
Dave.
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#9
Hey Dave,

It's def a little on the goofy side, but should be pretty easy to add support. As soon as DaveA gets some time to add this pattern to his stim, we can add a decoder. Since we are using the s12x's 32-bit math instructions it should be able to support a very high RPM (20K).

Are you just needing something that works out of the box or did you intend to extend the firmware functionality?

-Sean
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#10
Hello Sean,
                   Your question about me extending the firmware functionality, I remarked some time ago to Fred that  "C" is just the third
letter of the alphabet to some of us, including me.  i did want to attempt to configure the firmware myself in the hope that I might 
understand some of it, but it's not absolutely necessary.

Regards,
Dave.
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