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Hardware / Re: 1.1 sheild self test?
« Last post by Chummins on October 29, 2018, 05:21:15 PM »
Sweet words i can read !!! i didn't know about the 11500 rate...  all i was getting was a bunch of symbols and stuff .  I gonna go see what happens now . to curious to let if off for tonight.... I've tried to switch the can signals but not effect.   To you have a wiring schematic for the shield so a can verify my repair ? maybe my repair isn't as good as i think....   :-\
v1.0 - v1.1 / Re: My life, My coding
« Last post by Rx7man on October 29, 2018, 04:35:21 PM »
remember that 5x010's are half the size of 5x014's... being in california I guess it's doubly important to have it clean burning.   I think I'm going to bite the bullet and get genuine Bosch ones this time, costs about $750, but these failing injectors are driving me nuts, and especially when they take a cylinder with them
v1.0 - v1.1 / Re: My life, My coding
« Last post by hakcenter on October 29, 2018, 01:40:02 PM »
Injectors are a pain, I hate my 7x's they haze so bad even warmed up, it's just stupid. I really wanna go to a 5x9 or 5x10 and just open up the pump, It'll flow 500ccs LOL
Hardware / Re: 1.1 sheild self test?
« Last post by hakcenter on October 29, 2018, 01:36:09 PM »
Through the Arduino IDE, while you're hooked up to the arduino via USB you can click the top right icon that looks like a magnifying glass, but it's the serial monitor.

Make sure the output is setup
Both NL and CR | 115200 Baud

If you get to :
Code: [Select]
System Ready..
Waiting for turbo to come online..
But the turbo never comes online, there's a canbus problem, either connected backwards, actuator not powered up, etc

Otherwise if the turbo does come online, you can type output, to get it to spam the screen with a bunch of goodies, and you can test the pin modes by grounding the appropriate brake/perf mode pins and the output should change, to show you the modes indeed changed.
v1.0 - v1.1 / Re: My life, My coding
« Last post by Rx7man on October 29, 2018, 09:56:59 AM »
Last week I was prepared to pull my engine and put my old spare in.. decided to do a compression check first since I had to pull the injectors anyhow.. Remember I put a .020" thicker head gasket it.. most of my cylinders were 410-420 PSI (down 20psi) and the #2 that I took apart came up to 400 (from 390) despite the thicker gasket, so I decided against pulling it.
Since my injectors were acting up, I went and put my old 5x009's in... gonna be down on power for sure, they're less than half the size but it should burn clean at least.. I also maxed the injector pump since that pump wasn't all that balanced anyhow... I'll start it up and with the infrared temp gun try and see which exhaust runners are running hotter at idle and turn those down to at least get close... maybe someday I'll get a 6x thermocouple amp and have one in each cylinder runner.. I think that would really help diagnosis.

I'm also starting to really throw around the idea of at P pump 24V engine.. I can get a 24V engine minus injector pump for a couple hundred bucks if I pull it.. take the head and pistons, put some rings on it, toss it in a 12V block (I want the option of the mechanical lift pump) and have some fun..  Apparently the truck I just got is a 96 not a 97, so it's got the 180hp pump..
I was told the 160hp pump maxes out at 550 to the wheels.. I think I can do better than that though.
Hardware / Re: 1.1 sheild self test?
« Last post by Chummins on October 28, 2018, 07:31:11 AM »
Okay I have repaired my shield  and everything hooked up properly now. Powered everything up and I still have no action to the actuator. I have tried to use  the calibrate  command  and there is nothing happening  but I am not sure  if I'm doing it correctly . Is there a way to see any communication with the ardunio IDE program? Or Is there a separate software that I can use to do various commands to see if the shield is working?
v2.0 / Re: Android development
« Last post by hakcenter on October 26, 2018, 03:15:28 PM »
The android app was updated today, twice actually :)

It includes the new bulk data transfers, and should be pretty robust.. I haven't had a sync issue in over 2 hours with it just sitting on my phone spamming.
The screen keep on option, is respected all the time now, and should work without the app needing to be restarted. It'll drop the screen on, if you're still connected to the LBB but the application isn't in the foreground (but it still updates screen data).

I'm going to try to tackle an IDE swap over today and then start to get data logging going
Installation / Re: HE351VE Turbo Calibration
« Last post by Rx7man on October 25, 2018, 12:51:00 PM »
yes, I think that's where it's supposed to be,.. there's a special pin for that, but lining it up by eye you get pretty darned close anyhow
Installation / Re: HE351VE Turbo Calibration
« Last post by ISB 6.7 on October 25, 2018, 09:32:10 AM »
Cresent gear on Turbo sounds good. Do you line up the hole in the middle of the cresent gear and the hole in the turbo.

Thanks for the info.

Installation / Re: HE351VE Turbo Calibration
« Last post by hakcenter on October 24, 2018, 09:06:58 PM »
Are you talking about the crescent gear the actuator manipulates ? I believe it's all the way down for full open.

You don't need to home the actuator, just turn it on with it not connected to the gear, and it'll auto zero. Then disconnect power and connect it up.