Not really.And alot more power. Only downside is also alot bigger.
That's true!Sitting on a gen1 to a gen2 is a big difference
That's not going to guarantee a water tight / moisture tight seal. His way will. With a hollow box just a rain shower can change the humidity enough to cause condensation inside the "box" if it has a lid on it and cause a short / failure. Filling it with potting compound completely eliminates that possibility.That sounds promising. Why didn't you just screw-on a top cover w/gasket sealer on the edge?
Here's where he has it installed for now:re: water-tightness - are you not worrying about problem that does not exist? It all depends on where you site the unit; as far as I am aware, none of the connectors I have seen (vboost, indicator relay, lighting, igntion coils, fuel pump, head lamp) have any sort of protection against water ingress.
Hi barrmust1, Thanks for the feedback! Below, I`ll try and answer your questions.Great looking project.
After reading through your posts I have a few questions I didn’t see answers to.
1. did you batch fire the injectors all together or alternate them as 2 outputs?
2. How did you group your injectors if you are alternating the batch fire? 1-3 then 2-4? Or 1-2 then 3-4
3.Are you just triggering from the #1 coil output or 2 coil outputs?
Again great project and looking forward to what you do next on it.
By modifying the source code. It`s very simple and looks like this:Thanks RampageR1,
How are you triggering off the #1 output signal for the coil and then switching over to the crank sensor outputs after 100 pulses?