MS2-Extra Mitsubishi 6g72 Manual

Only for use with the MS2-Extra code (HC9S12C64 based microprocessor - MS2 Daughter Board)

NOTE: Please ensure you have one of these daughter boards inside your ECU before continuing. If you have a black microprocessor, then you have an MS1 and these manuals are NOT for MS1 see here for MS1-Extra Manuals

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All of these instructions / diagrams are to be used at your own risk, like most things there is more than one way to do the same thing, what we have tried to do is to offer a method that we have tested or that others have tested for us. No warranty expressed or implied.

Use at your own risk.
If you do have any suggestions or settings that work please let me know Philip.Ringwood(at)ntlworld.com


Main Index of MS2-Extra Manuals

Layout of Components -- Suggested Supply points -- List of common components and part numbers

Mitsubushi 6g72 3000GT (also other 6G engines)

Wiring for Main Cam input -- Wiring for Crank Input -- Schematic -- Settings

This mode has been tested ok - see the video

Timing data:

     

Internal Wiring: (See HERE for Crank sensor wiring)

Spark outputs come on D14, D15 and D16, see HERE for options on driving the coils.

 

 

Second Trigger Input (Hall Effect Sensor)

Second Hall Sensor Circuit - this needs to be built for Both V3.0 and V2.2 Boards.

Hall sensor input for Cam on pin3 of the DB37 connector on a V3.0 PCB
Hall sensor input for Cam on pin25 of the DB37 connector on a V2.2 PCB

 

Schematic:

Settings

Spark outputs come on D14, D15 and D16, see HERE for options on driving the coils.

 

Ensure settings are as above, also ensure that no. of cylinders is set to 6!


Suggested points for Supplies inside the V3.0 ECU

 

 

Component Pinouts

Pull up circuit diagram

List of component part numbers used in the ignition section:

DigiKey part numbers:
Farnell part numbers

2N2222A = 497-2598-5-ND
1N4001 = 1N4001/4GICT-ND
1K resistor = 1.0KQBK-ND
470R resistor = 470QBK-ND
2K resistor = 2.0KQBK-NB
330R resistor = 330QBK-ND
680R resistor = 680QBK-ND
200R resistor = 200QBK-ND
270R resistor = 270QBK-ND
1K5 resistor = 1.5KQBK-ND
4K7 resistor = 4.7KQBK-ND
0.01uF Cap = P3103-ND
4N25 (opto) = 4N25ASHORT-ND

2N2222A = 920-7120
1N4001 = 352-5326
1K resistor = 509-164
470R resistor = 543-305
2K resistor = 543-457
330R resistor = 543-263
680R resistor = 543-342
200R resistor = 543-214
270R resistor = 543-240
1K5 resistor = 543-421
4K7 resistor = 543-548
0.01uF Cap = 389-0995
4N25 (opto) = 102-1090

Please note: Above part numbers will need checking, some components will come with a minimum order in multiples of 5 and 10.


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