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Triggering / Re: Does this triggerlog look right? 1.8T AEB
« Last post by bonden on December 11, 2017, 03:42:17 pm »
I could not get this sequiental firing to work, so i'm running without cam-sync now, and just using 2 stepper outputs, thereby running wasted spark setup, and it works like a charm now.
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Calibration & Mapping / Re: Injector Upgrade tunning issues
« Last post by utkuselamoglu on December 11, 2017, 02:00:47 pm »
I can help you,  post your latest configuration
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Software / Re: nice features to have "request"
« Last post by Sam8888 on December 08, 2017, 10:08:08 pm »
Traction control - add maximum slip percentage(relative) to anytrim so it'd be adjustable by rotary switch or pot.
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Triggering / Re: Does this triggerlog look right? 1.8T AEB
« Last post by bonden on December 05, 2017, 12:03:05 pm »
Hi gunni

I have the following triggerlog:

When i say it seems off, i mean that there are only one ignition/spark per 360 rotation, maybe even less. There should be 2 (im not running wasted spark) I have changed the TDC after trigger to 78 since this log was made, i might try 54 degrees (13-4 teeth, 6 degrees apart).
The engine is only cranking, not starting on this log.

The rest of the setup:



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Triggering / Re: Does this triggerlog look right? 1.8T AEB
« Last post by gunni on December 03, 2017, 08:13:34 pm »
What do you mean by seems of?

Can you produce a triggerlog and a vemslog of the engine cranking or running?
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Triggering / Does this triggerlog look right? 1.8T AEB
« Last post by bonden on November 30, 2017, 05:04:09 pm »
Hi folks. I have setup my primary VR and secondary HALL sensor, and i have the following triggerlog. I believe the signals are ok, but still, the ignition outputs seem of.
If you could point me in the right direction for getting the correct spark timing, i would be very gratefull!  :)
http://i954.photobucket.com/albums/ae26/christiancdk/Primary%20trigger_zps0p8yfkbf.png~original
This is my trigger settings, TDC after trigger is at 78 now.

Ignitions settings as follows:
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Wideband & EGT Gauge / Re: WBO2 heater shuts off after 45sec
« Last post by bonden on November 28, 2017, 09:46:41 pm »
A word to the wise ::)

Always ready the manual FIRST ;D

I had wired the LSU4.9 as though it was an LSU4.2 ::) Quick changing round of the wires fixed the wideband calibration issue ;D

Dang, me to! Thx!
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Wideband & EGT Gauge / Re: WBO2 heater shuts off after 45sec
« Last post by Sprocket on November 25, 2017, 11:13:12 pm »
A word to the wise ::)

Always ready the manual FIRST ;D

I had wired the LSU4.9 as though it was an LSU4.2 ::) Quick changing round of the wires fixed the wideband calibration issue ;D
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Wideband & EGT Gauge / Re: WBO2 heater shuts off after 45sec
« Last post by bonden on November 23, 2017, 04:24:05 pm »
Sorry for bringing back an old topic, but did you ever figure this out OP? I have the exact same issue. When calibrating, its only heating for ~45 seconds, maybe less. If I restart the calibration, it will heat for ~45 seconds again..

I have noticed something with this only this week while trying to calibrate a new sensor.

Using the calibration wizard, the wizards starts heating the sensor. The sensor does get up to temperature. The wizard switches to the live O2 reading. The wizard then starts the calibration. During this SHORT period, the O2 reading quickly increases towards off scale high where the wizard then reverts to heating but the sensor its self cools, not much else happens, it just sits there 'Heating'. Stopping the calibration process and restarting, it repeats the same.

Firmware 1.2.38, latest INI, VemsTune 1.5.55 (2017.03.22), Wideband is LSU4.9 with external pull up.

I don't have time for this, to put in a report, I just don't want to get side tracked unnecessarily, I've got an engine to get running and somewhere near tuned, I'll deal with it if I really really need to, i'm just merely confirming to a degree what has been said above.

I'm fairly confident that the calibration value I have is close after trying for about an hour, the O2 reading always  zeros in to 20.8 - 20.9 before the calibration wizard starts getting funky.

How hot does it get? If I only switch it on, and leave it, it will get no warmer than bodytemperature. I would have to keep doing it alot of times, to make it so hot, that i cant touch it.
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Wideband & EGT Gauge / Re: WBO2 heater shuts off after 45sec
« Last post by Sprocket on November 20, 2017, 03:28:53 am »
Sorry for bringing back an old topic, but did you ever figure this out OP? I have the exact same issue. When calibrating, its only heating for ~45 seconds, maybe less. If I restart the calibration, it will heat for ~45 seconds again..

I have noticed something with this only this week while trying to calibrate a new sensor.

Using the calibration wizard, the wizards starts heating the sensor. The sensor does get up to temperature. The wizard switches to the live O2 reading. The wizard then starts the calibration. During this SHORT period, the O2 reading quickly increases towards off scale high where the wizard then reverts to heating but the sensor its self cools, not much else happens, it just sits there 'Heating'. Stopping the calibration process and restarting, it repeats the same.

Firmware 1.2.38, latest INI, VemsTune 1.5.55 (2017.03.22), Wideband is LSU4.9 with external pull up.

I don't have time for this, to put in a report, I just don't want to get side tracked unnecessarily, I've got an engine to get running and somewhere near tuned, I'll deal with it if I really really need to, i'm just merely confirming to a degree what has been said above.

I'm fairly confident that the calibration value I have is close after trying for about an hour, the O2 reading always  zeros in to 20.8 - 20.9 before the calibration wizard starts getting funky.
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