y8s wrote:nah I added a connector so the expander and mainboard were no longer tethered like a wacky electronic nunchaku.
MidShipCivic wrote:I need some advice.
I'm going to retrofit MIVEC to a Mitsubishi 4g63, but using megasquirt to control the cam(s) I just need to know, does the feed back system need high resolution wheels?
Running missing tooth on crank and single tooth on cam the Int Cam uses the main sensor single tooth suffice what is it reporting every revolution?
jsmcortina wrote:I don't understand your question. What is Intcam ?
What wheels are you planning on running?
Something like 36-1 on the crank and single tooth on the cam would be fine - so long as the cam tooth is far away from the missing tooth region so it never crosses it.
gurov wrote:can you please post a picture with spots marked where these need to be replaced. i've got a bunch of those diodes on order.
hoveringuy wrote:gurov wrote:can you please post a picture with spots marked where these need to be replaced. i've got a bunch of those diodes on order.
They're only $0.65 each and it took me a few minutes to replace them. Remember to remove any residual flux if you use fresh solder... it's acid!
gurov wrote: is that tan wire going straight to +12v ?
jsmcortina wrote:Does the behaviour of the VVT solenoid actually change?
If yes, then good work.
If no, then why change the diodes !
jsmcortina wrote:Also, the 36V clamps in the scope shot is by design. I'm sure you realised that, but for other readers it is the same kind of clamp used in the injector flyback circuit.