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Microsquirt'n a b280 v6,volvo content,ford edis,bosch 203 module

Old 05-13-2015, 01:31 PM
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I have been trying to figure this out on my own with what diagrams i have found i have hit a bit of a wall trying to make sense of all of this,everything else i have a understanding of in general of the rest of the sensors.Have a v3 microsquirt ecu,figured id mention that.

Now what im using in theory should 'work' i suppose.Car uses a factory VR sensor so ill be using that to run ms,but the only issue i see with that is the wheel is a 60-6 wheel.But these settings should be adjustable in tuner studio so this shouldn't be that much of a issue.

I have a bosch 204 module pulled from a 97 960 which has 3 igniters and the same goes with the accel coil pack i bought for any 3.0L v6 mustang which should work combined as its 3 and 3.I just want to be damn sure this will work and won't burn out either the coil pack or the module is all.

Now with this set up i should be able to run a wasted spark set up with no real problems from what i have found.






http://www.volvowiringdiagrams.com/v...960%201997.pdf

So in theory this means Pin #3 goes to c2 on the coil pack,and Pin #6 goes to c3,then c1 goes to Pin #1.I don't think the order matters as these are just the ignitors,but i am not 100% sure on this.I would also like to add its calling for another igniter to run the #2 coil but if i have 3 igniters already then whats the point in another module?Shouldn't matter?

In theory what i have should be correct but i want other peoples opinions or ideas would be helpful.I have never been down this road so this is all new to me and im figuring it out on my own.
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Old 05-15-2015, 08:29 AM
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I haven't been too impressed with Accel coils, but one module should be fine and the order you use the channels is not particularly important. Just remember that the MS itself is hard coded for an A-B-C cycle.
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Well after alot of discussion with other people i know,we all came up to agree with what the below diagram will work for sure with microsquirt v3.I needed a total of 3 channels and i didn't know this till a few days ago then i made this diagram up and figured it out.Should work with no problems.Guy with a T6 made 470whp on a turbo 6 cylinder in a 240 volvo with the same combo im going to be using expect he was running MS2.

I'll be using microsquirt v3 which has more features then the previous versions.Should be a fun adventure and now its just about getting the TPS and VR sensor wired up then tossing it into the car and getting the settings right on tunerstudio.

Always something lol.

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