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Re: megasquirt tuning issues

Postby MWP » Mon Nov 10, 2014 5:20 am

If you are going to run new shielded wires, make sure the shield is only connected to ground at one end of the cable.

I used microphone cable for my VR sensors.
Easy to get, cheap and works well. It just wont last 30yrs like the proper stuff does.
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Re: megasquirt tuning issues

Postby outinnowhere3193 » Mon Nov 10, 2014 10:37 pm

4500-5000 miss crank sensor :( Help

Postby outinnowhere3193 on Mon Nov 10, 2014 6:25 pm
Ok 88 celica 3sgte using the DIYPNP52-k kit.

Currently have the 51k resistor in the R21 position per the install documentation.

car runs flawlessly idle to 4000. 4000-4300 some hickups. and then 4300-5500 pop and crack wont even come close to staying there or pushing threw it. 5500-7000 smooth as can be.

I've played with several setting while tuning my car so if you see something wrong in my MSQ please bring it up lol. I've been and out and changed this and that just to see how it would change the car.

I hope these files will show you guys everything you need. The file that says idle to rev I can't remember when I did that but it was towards the beginning when I was just starting to learn how to do stuff on the tuner studio software so fuel mixtures could also be issues as well...or timing...or anything.

Thanks in advanced

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Re: megasquirt tuning issues

Postby outinnowhere3193 » Tue Nov 11, 2014 12:06 am

For those wanting a good shielded cable that's high quality and will last in the weather you need to look up a scale company.

I work for a scale company. Our scales send 12v DC to the load cell and that cell in return sends back anything between 0-30 mv.

So since we use such low wattage our cables have to be very shielded and routed away from high a current.

We have cheap to expensive. The pic I'm providing is a middle of the road wire. It is 4 wires plus ground surrounded by braiding. That braiding is then foil wrapped and then finally gets it outside rubber jacket. But the that rubber is braided over. So has 3 different shielding in one cable.

The better stuff has 6 wires plus ground and the rubber coat is doubled up.
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Re: megasquirt tuning issues w/composite log page 2

Postby flyingdutchman » Mon Feb 09, 2015 5:57 pm

Does the alltrac use VAST ignition?

http://www.megamanual.com/ms2/vast.htm
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Re: megasquirt tuning issues w/composite log page 2

Postby outinnowhere3193 » Mon Feb 09, 2015 7:09 pm

flyingdutchman wrote:Does the alltrac use VAST ignition?

http://www.megamanual.com/ms2/vast.htm
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