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Firmware Ducati ST2
#1
I need a firmware for my Ducati st2 engine.

Egine specs:
944 cc.
4 stroke.
2 cillinder.
90° V twin.
Water cooled.
IW031, 270cc/min.
48-2 camwheel (VR sensor).
270-360 firing order, 270 interval.
Coolant sensor.
Air temp sensor, inside airfilter housing.
Air pressure sensor, inside airfilter housing.
TPS sensor.
O2 sensor wb, needs to be installed.
Inlet open 29 before TDC
Inlet closed 73 after BDC
Exhaust open 71 after BDC
Exhaust closed 30 after TDC

On the 48-2 layshaft gear, TDC on H is trailing edge of tooth 23 and V is trailing edge of tooth 41.


Did take this one:
http://pastebin.com/yqkGGyRJ

And changed it.
http://pastebin.com/zhQJNQGD


Didn't see anything about a cranck/camwheel.

I need a special output (secondary fan) to connect and disconnect the rectifiers sense wire to battery.
On the OEM ecu it works like.
Igntion key on> connect sense wire to battery
Ignition key off > disconnect sense wire with a 2 second time delay.
Sense wire is also connected to OEM ecu.
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#2
Nice setup, we have a couple odd-fire 4-stroke, twin cylinder engines out there. It's nice to see that you have all the important engine information that's nearly impossible to gather remotely.

Who is your hardware vendor?

Cheers,
Sean
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#3
> #define INJECTION_STRATEGY          SEQUENTIAL

This will need to be SEMI_SEQUENTIAL, since you don't have a cam sensor.
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#4
PM me a good "phone number" and email to contact you at. We will need to create a new config entry, you can use the missing tooth decoder but we need a couple stub functions to set it to 48-2.

-Sean
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#5
(03-14-2017, 09:19 PM)seank Wrote: > #define INJECTION_STRATEGY          SEQUENTIAL

This will need to be SEMI_SEQUENTIAL, since you don't have a cam sensor.
I don't have a crank wheel signal.
My 48-2 wheel is a camshaft wheel.
Using this wheel you only get sequential I thought.
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#6
(03-14-2017, 04:18 PM)seank Wrote: Nice setup, we have a couple odd-fire 4-stroke, twin cylinder engines out there. It's nice to see that you have all the important engine information that's nearly impossible to gather remotely.

Who is your hardware vendor?

Cheers,
Sean

Hardware vendor: CoolEFI and using the basic Ecu.
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#7
(03-14-2017, 09:20 PM)seank Wrote: PM me a good "phone number" and email to contact you at. We will need to create a new config entry, you can use the missing tooth decoder but we need a couple stub functions to set it to 48-2.

-Sean

Did send you a private mail.
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