New to haltech..Need little help.

3000hp

New to haltech..Need little help.

Postby 3000hp » Sat Aug 25, 2007 12:17 am

Ive bought a haltech E6K ecu and a wiring for 2JZ from a friend. This wiring is missing the crank trigger wheel he was using.
Im planing to swap to the stock crank and cam sensor. According to my understanding after going through wiring diagram, The trigger signal wire terminal B J16 need to be wired to crank sensor, and Home signal wire E J16 need to be wired to the cam sensor and F J16 +13.8V to both sensors.

Somebody please correct me if im wrong. and what's the crank trigger setting for the stock sensors.

I'm totally Noob when it come to haltech this my first experience with haltech, but i do have some experience working on other EMSs.

Any help will be appreciated.

3000hp

Re: New to haltech..Need little help.

Postby 3000hp » Sat Aug 25, 2007 2:25 am

One more thing
Im using MSD DIS4 and stock coils wired in wasted spark.

matt510

Hmm

Postby matt510 » Sat Aug 25, 2007 2:42 am

I didnt think you could run a DIS4 in waste spark with 8 individual coils (i could be wrong im no MSD expert).
The 2JZ supra crank and cam sensors dont require +12V with the haltech (or any other ECU for that matter). You will be using the trigger wire and a ground wire on the crank and the home wire and a ground wire on the cam (each of the sensors has only 2 wires).

i think there is a base map somewhere around here for that engine too !

3000hp

Re: Hmm

Postby 3000hp » Sat Aug 25, 2007 3:38 am

Thanks for the tip, You sure save me some $$ buying new sensors

Im sure about the msd though, my friend use the same setup in his supra. E6K>MSD>stock coils in wasted spark. No igniter.

I think all i need now is change the ignition setup to use the stock sensors.

Thanks in advance.

3000hp

Re: Hmm

Postby 3000hp » Sun Aug 26, 2007 1:06 am

Im sure somebody over here know the ignition setting for 2jz from back of his heart.

I tried looking for that map, but no luck .

btw im using 6.34 version.

Any help will be appreciated.

BRN12345

Re: Hmm

Postby BRN12345 » Sun Aug 26, 2007 4:38 am

The 2JZ had several types of triggers and it would be easier of you checked what type you are working with. The most common and the ones i have worked on the most are the Crank trigger and cam home ones.. The settings for the trigger is multi-tooth, 24 teeth, 10 offset.

My advice on the msd dis4 is dont use it. Your much better of ditching the stock coils and running LS1 coils or even later generation toyota COP.

3000hp

Re: New to haltech..Need little help.

Postby 3000hp » Thu Aug 30, 2007 6:55 am

Thanks BRN12345 for your replay, I really appreciate itļ and sorry for the late replay, been busy with work and house.

Im not a big fan of LS1 coils, however im interested in those Toyota coils. Are you talking about landcrusier and echo coil. The one with built in igniter?
I do have set in hand though, can you please tell me what I do need exactly to trigger these coils.

What signal those coils need to be triggered, do I need a cdi box.

I tried to run those coils on my VR-4 and AEM, but no luckƒ¼.

Any input will be appreciated

crispeed

E6K setup

Postby crispeed » Fri Aug 31, 2007 10:19 pm

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E6K Setup

Postby crispeed » Fri Aug 31, 2007 10:20 pm

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E6K Setup

Postby crispeed » Fri Aug 31, 2007 10:22 pm

IGNITION SETUP
Trigger Input : Int. Reluctor
Trigger Gain : 2
Home Input : Int. Reluctor
Home gain : 2
Trigger Mode : Adaptive
Trigger Angle : 65 deg
Trigger Type : Multitooth
Number of teeth : 24
Tooth Offset : 3 if using rear cam sensor
Spark Mode : Direct fire
Engine type : Piston

If using the factory IGNITER betwwen the ECU and MSD :
Output Type : Constant Charge
Coil Charge Time : 2.5ms
Output Edge : Falling

If using the MSD between the ECU and COILS only :
Output Type : Constant Duty
Output Edge : Rising and will switch after 50% of its period

3000hp

Re: E6K Setup

Postby 3000hp » Fri Aug 31, 2007 10:30 pm

Thanks crispeed


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