[Gmecm] re dual4cyldis modulefor v8 use
Steve.Ravet at arm.com
Mon Oct 2 21:09:52 CDT 2006
Peter, why don't you post what you've got so far to the gmecm TWIKI and
see if you can get some help.
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> Subject: [Gmecm] re dual4cyldis modulefor v8 use
> have been trying with 1227808 using 2 6cyl dis coils for v12
> the only option was as previously mentioned ,run two ecu's
> reason is you double the rpm which you can work around but
> limits max rpm to half previous ie 3000rpm what I had in mind
> is a type of x2 flip flop circuit on the est output double
> out put pulses and send them along alternating outputs but
> still run the second sensor to time the second dis pack in
> start up/limp mode Have got a set up on a test bench that
> works in limp mode fine but can't get the x2 flip flop
> circuit to work as that is not my line of expertise
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