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 Post subject: Re: S60 on a Suzuki Gsxr1000 K3/4
PostPosted: Sat May 20, 2017 9:34 am 
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1127r wrote:
Ok guys thanks again for your input i have sussed it now i had to machine away then stock raised area that would have been the missing 2 teeth so now there are two physically missing teeth after doing that i hit the starter and it instantly ran on all 4 pots.


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In terms of the trace passing zero on the falling edge..doesnt matter if there is a gap or solid space. Same end result.

No "teeth" creating the falling edge through 0v for that period.


Well the OP experience disproves that theory doesn't it.
Whether its just bike installations, but they can be very finicky regarding tooth to sensor gap, gap depths and tooth width measurements and possibly the rate of change in rpm is also a factor.

Glad it sorted with a relatively simple solution.


As far as DTA is concerned it would seem so. But the actual proper scope trace would still be a valid and good one. It's obviously down to how DTA is interpreting it which we have no control over.

A fix is a fix though.


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 Post subject: Re: S60 on a Suzuki Gsxr1000 K3/4
PostPosted: Wed May 31, 2017 3:26 pm 
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Thanks guys for all your help its so use full to be able to ask like minded people and it goes to prove we never stop learning I have a bike with an E48 one bike an S40 and now a Suzuki Gsxr1000 with the S60 on it I personally love DTA products and have been using them for years mainly on Suzukis I just wish I had programmable systems when I had RS2000s in the 70s.
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 Post subject: Re: S60 on a Suzuki Gsxr1000 K3/4
PostPosted: Wed May 31, 2017 3:48 pm 
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1127r wrote:
I just wish I had programmable systems when I had RS2000s in the 70s.


Good Boy - that's when I had mine - Black '78! Now i've got another - a '79 but its having a Zetec 2.0L on Jenvey's with DTA if I can ever finish the re-wiring! ;)


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 Post subject: Re: S60 on a Suzuki Gsxr1000 K3/4
PostPosted: Thu Jun 01, 2017 2:53 am 
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katana wrote:
1127r wrote:
I just wish I had programmable systems when I had RS2000s in the 70s.


Good Boy - that's when I had mine - Black '78! Now i've got another - a '79 but its having a Zetec 2.0L on Jenvey's with DTA if I can ever finish the re-wiring! ;)


I first read that as you were putting a 2.0L Zetec into Suzuki! :shock: :D


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 Post subject: Re: S60 on a Suzuki Gsxr1000 K3/4
PostPosted: Thu Jun 01, 2017 7:48 am 
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Alex DTA wrote:
katana wrote:
1127r wrote:
I just wish I had programmable systems when I had RS2000s in the 70s.


Good Boy - that's when I had mine - Black '78! Now i've got another - a '79 but its having a Zetec 2.0L on Jenvey's with DTA if I can ever finish the re-wiring! ;)


I first read that as you were putting a 2.0L Zetec into Suzuki! :shock: :D


LOL! Not enough power - MY Suzi has 370RWHP so why go backwards LOL!


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 Post subject: Re: S60 on a Suzuki Gsxr1000 K3/4
PostPosted: Thu Sep 21, 2017 12:44 pm 
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Ha Ha my next challenge is to fit an S60 on a Toyota Celica GT4 ST185 Turbo 4WD stand alone ECU I never get board or watch the TV


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