Microsquirt/MS2 based transmission controller

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Re: Microsquirt/MS2 based transmission controller

Postby devojet » Wed Feb 25, 2015 2:39 pm

Devojet. Can you send me your firmware and msq for your a340e? I'm trying to get my scamp up and going with the GPIO as and having issues getting the pressure control low enough.
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My Trans firmware changes have been rolled into the latest version of James's firmware. Also my changes didn't affect the line pressure control as my a340e uses a cable that is connected to the throttle to control line pressure.


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Re: Microsquirt/MS2 based transmission controller

Postby clipper » Sat Apr 30, 2016 11:48 pm

UnaClocker wrote:I was the only one to ever try this code with the 41te. IMHO, that trans is junk and a waste of time. Don't bother.

Hi, Brian,
I am trying to control the shift points on a 41TE.
I agree with you, the tranny is not the best ever made, but this car is an electric conversion and I'm stuck with it.
I finally got it to shift, but the shift points are way too low.
I'm just trying to make the shift points match the performance of the electric motor.
Do you have anything left from your experiments that you might be willing to sell me? Board and cabling?

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Re: Microsquirt/MS2 based transmission controller

Postby acab » Fri Aug 19, 2016 3:40 am

Its possible add launch control mode?

For example, VSS=0 + brake pedal pressed + full throttle = gear 2 or 3 engage
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Re: Microsquirt/MS2 based transmission controller

Postby dave926 » Sat Oct 22, 2016 9:49 am

What is necessary for external wiring for an MS2v3 board?
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Re: Microsquirt/MS2 based transmission controller

Postby jsmcortina » Sat Oct 22, 2016 10:17 am

dave926 wrote:What is necessary for external wiring for an MS2v3 board?

That is covered in the Supplement manual.

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