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  1. They look similar to TD pro race 1.2 but cheaper.... http://www.rallydesign.co.uk/product_info.php?products_id=15408
  2. NOW SOLVED - question for Ecoboost + SC Ecu

    solved by bleeding air from the fuel rail, as suggested by Simon at SCS. 1. loose the rail pressure sensor 2. run the LP pump until fuel exits 3. mount the pressure sensor 4. go
  3. NOW SOLVED - question for Ecoboost + SC Ecu

    thank you all, i will take into account your suggestions in looking for a solution Mauro
  4. NOW SOLVED - question for Ecoboost + SC Ecu

    anyone knows how to check if the ecu is sending the correct signal to the high press pump (a part from double cecking the pin 2 pin connection) ?
  5. NOW SOLVED - question for Ecoboost + SC Ecu

    prime seems ok as I read 3.2 - 3.5 bar, is not so far from 55 psi (which is about 3.8 bar)... what i do not know is expected pressure from high press pump during krank as ecu tell me that "target pressure" is 60 bar but "pressure" remains 3.2 - 3.5...
  6. NOW SOLVED - question for Ecoboost + SC Ecu

    yes it sound like this, it was the first think I've check but it seems ok. someone knows which should be the behaviour of the fuel pressure during crank ? is the HP pump working fast enough to rise pressure in your experience ?
  7. Hi everybody, Last sunday attempting engine start (without success) with my 1.6 ecoboost plus SC Delta GDI4 ECU. All the sensors seems correctly acquired by ECU, Sparks seems ok Fuel pressure rise about 3.2 bar at ignition ON before cranking. During cranking RPM are read correctly, but fuel pressure remains 3.2 even if fuel pressur target is 60. is it normal ? any idea ? thanks Mauro
  8. Aim mxs info thread

    hi guys, working on customized display background following the precious info of this topic, xml mods work fine after few trial & error, but when i change modify the background it is displayed ok in race studio but not on the real mxs. I think it is due to the constrain, as explained by Chris, of maintaining an 8bit bmp format, but if I try just to open the original bmps and save in 8bit colour format the colors become alterates. tried with paint and paint.net without success..... what bmp editor and save options did you use for modifying the bmp ?
  9. 1.6 Ecoboost charge air temp sensor

    Thank you for the precious help, My MAP sensor on the intake manyfold is the same of Simon, while the Chris's temp sensor, even not focused, could appears the same that Simon has just after the filter. I think I will ask SCS if this sensor is fine
  10. 1.6 Ecoboost charge air temp sensor

    Yes SCS (and the ECU pinout) specify the Charge Air Temp. The only sensors I have on the engine along the air route are: - the MAF sensor installed on the Ford upper part of the airbox, which is not used by the ECU - The MAP sensor on the plenum, which is 3 wires SCS have said typically the charge air temp sensor is in the intercooler (outlet side), but try to find on the web I was not able to identify such sensor in a 1.6 Ecobbost application... My engine harness (originally comes from 1.6 ecoboost and has been modified by SCS to accomodate their ECU) has a specific connector for this, separated by the MAP connector, this connector has 4 pins, two unused and two for the charge air temp
  11. Hi all, Building 1.6 Ecoboost with SCS Delta GDI 4 ECU. I understood ECU requires Charge Air Temp sensor downstream I/C, but my engine currently doesnt have it. Does someone has a similar configuration whit this sensor ? which sensor p/n and where to install it ? thanks a lot, Mauro
  12. 1.6 Ecoboost Build

    and does SC ECU use MAF sensor ? looking at the pinout table it seems yes (pin 23, connector A), in that case it has to be considered in the air intake arrangment... the Ford (e.g. Fiesta st180) airbox has this sensor integrated, but that airbox seems not so easy to put under the bonnet
  13. 1.6 Ecoboost Build

    ...ops... I forgot the thermostat is still there even without solenoid valves...