eliotmansfield wrote:For the benefit of those running Mr Gate's products (and to save you downloading openoffice!) Ive converted Scotts spreadsheet into Excel format and also added the "boosted" calculations.
I'm no excel wiz, but i'm sure there's a way to add the max retard function in also so it never goes over/under a certain amount.
kbracing96 wrote:OK I have a question, Is there any way to transfer these values from the spreadsheet to the ignition table quick and easily? I tried cut and past, but that didn't work. Or do you just have to type them all out? Thanks, Kyle
djandruczyk wrote:--- Skiericski <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
the values stored in the file are the values in MS units. to convert to
advance you need to divide by 2.84 and then subtract 10 from that total
255 in the vex file = (255/2.84)-10 = 79.78 deg (actually this is deg BTDC)
0 in the vex file = (0/2.84)-10 = -10 deg (Since this is deg BTDC, a
negative number then makes it equal to deg ATDC (without the minus sign)
so a 0 in the vex table is equal to 10deg ATDC.
ronchinoy wrote:Briliant guys.
Though you lost me when I read this
Below 100 kPa, we add 0.3° per 1 kPa drop. So for example, if our total
spark at 100kPa and 4000 rpm was 36°, the advance at 50 kPa would be:
36° + 0.3° x (100-50) = 51°
I dont see how an engine can run 51° under any conditions.
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