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post #16 of 26 Old 11-11-2015, 02:46 AM
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The ignition sensor for the EFI has to know the crankshaft timing to allow the FI and spark to be delivered accurately
umm its a carbed bike!!
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Yes you can run directly off the crank if you have say a 36 tooth trigger wheel. BUT this will not let you run full sequential on most ecu's and can also hinder tuning the ecu to its full potential at full throttle, etc.
However the combination of the crank trigger and addition of a home signal from the cam to indicate a full revolution to the ecu will allow you to run the ecu full sequential and result in a more precise and better tune.
again its a carbed bike, so jets determine the tune!!

waste of a discussion here!!
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again its a carbed bike, so jets determine the tune!!

waste of a discussion here!!
That's only true if the OP is using the '99 intake..... which wouldn't make a lot of sense if they are going through this much effort, would it?
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youve been so vague on the reasons why youd want to add said sensor to said bike, besides "the tune" you dont mention if your fitting efi, which would really interest me, as my RG500 is full digital, thats a pain!

you say job done, id like to see it, if poss? please!
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If you don't have any useful or helpful information on the topic at hand and question asked then i don't understand why you feel the need to comment.

Anyhow, jobs done, thanks for those people that actually had some useful input.

Thread can be deleted, or whatever happens from here.
See, the thing about this forum "thingy" is that people can discuss topics, add information and share ideas. All the while being fully searchable to anyone on the planet that has internet access. The topic kind of peaks the interest of quite a few users and perhaps some new, unsuspecting users who will use Google to search for keywords ojnthis topic. So, with that being said, why not explain what your purpose is and why you chose to do so? You help drive discussion as well as have the information out there for the next guy wanting to know more about the subjuect. It's called give and take and that's what this place is for. Stop being a fucking prick and actually "give" a little instead of towing the company line of "none of your business" or "don't say anything if it isn't useful". This isn't NASA dude....
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My intentions have zero relevance. Was just curious as to anyone else here had performed the modification to the same, or similar, bike as it may help to give me a few different ideas.
If no one else has actually done it then that's fine, ill sort it out.
This has to be the dumbest post on the internet, no thread let me change that to thread.

Edit: I doubt the OP finished his project. Sure he gave up after coming across like such an asshole and realized he was way in over his head.
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This has to be the dumbest post on the internet, no thread let me change that to thread.

Edit: I doubt the OP finished his project. Sure he gave up after coming across like such an asshole and realized he was way in over his head.


Just came back to this thread, was actually hoping for a actual answer to my question.

Seem's you beat me to the punch line Alex.
The OP is a dolt, idiot, could continue but found the words degenerated quickly.

OP you start a post with an ODD question, seems you didn't get what you were trying to do stated properly.
SO by asking your intention we could fill in the blanks, but what your trying to do isn't relevant since no one has any freaking idea what your talking about.

I have on occasion put my foot in it, once I figured it out tried to make it right.
Since that's not your style, no worries I will see if there is an IGNORE this user on the forum. Comes in handy, if we don't have it we should.
Your on your own.


OH, one last thought. If the OP continues with this project, his next post will have one of two subject lines.

Engine turns over but won't start. OR.
The bike ran great then blew up, don't understand why.
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If you go into the user CP, under "settings & options", there is an "edit ignore list" option, you will stop seeing posts by the users you add to that list.
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Mods, can all my threads, account & info please be removed from this forum. Thankyou

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If you go into the user CP, under "settings & options", there is an "edit ignore list" option, you will stop seeing posts by the users you add to that list.
Done. OH, Thanks.
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