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20B Spark Trig setting for Microtech LTX-12

Old 08-11-16, 07:27 AM
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20B Spark Trig setting for Microtech LTX-12

After having some problems trying to time my engine I was advise to check the ECU setup 31 screen to see what the Input and Spark Trig settings were. The manual says both should be +pos. However Spark Trig is set as -Neg on mine and the other option show SER4. No option for positive. Can any other 20B owner with Microtech confirm if it should be on SER4 or if it is fine where it is?

Will post in ECU section as well of course but figured it might be more 20B specific!

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Old 08-12-16, 05:06 PM
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posted on your other thread.
Maps matrix
Config 6
Firing sequential
LOAD MAP sensor
DWELL time base
Input +POS
Spark IGBT
Timing chk OFF
RPM_on 2500
Trim#1 0
Trim#2 0
Trim#3 0
SHIFT 9750 dash

it's 20b single turbo. worked perfectly.
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Old 08-17-16, 02:36 PM
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For the record this is mine:

Setup Screen 31
Maps normal
Config 06clyd
Firing Sequential
Load Map Sensor
Dwell Time base
Input Trig - +Pos
Spark Trig - -Neg
Timing Check Off
RPM on 4500 Log
Map_On Off Log
Sample - +01 Log
Spare +00 Log
Shift 7000 Dash
Water 99C Dash
Air_Temp Off Dash
Boost Off Dash
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