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Beginner Video Guides

Post by Old Grey » Sat May 11, 2019 10:15 pm

I better clump these here so people can find the guides easier.

RusEFI ECU #1 : Getting Started - Firmware


RusEFI - SIMulator


RusEFI - STIMulator
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Re: Beginner Video Guides

Post by Old Grey » Sat May 11, 2019 10:16 pm

Hand soldering a Frankenstein.

RusEFI Frankenstein 1 - Soldering Basics


RusEFI Frankenstein 2 - Soldering Frankenstein


RusEFI Frankenstein 3 - Soldering Frankenstein


RusEFI Frankenstein 4 - Soldering Frankenstein


RusEFI Frankenstein 5 - Critical Inspection
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Re: Beginner Video Guides

Post by Old Grey » Sat May 11, 2019 10:30 pm

This is kind-of a tutorial on how to do a Frankenstein from plans, but done in the style of a "reaction" video. Basically lots of BS intermingled in the info.

Imbecile Vs RusEFI 1 - The Wreckoning


Imbecile Vs RusEFI 2 - Wreckoning Harder


Imbecile Vs RusEFI 3 - To Wreckon, or Not to Wreckon


Imbecile Vs RusEFI 4 - The Wreckoning is Over


Imbecile Vs RusEFI 5 - Wreckoning there is No, only Do or Do Not.


Imbecile Vs RusEFI 6 - I Wreckon So


Imbecile Vs RusEFI 7 - Frankenso Unboxing


Imbecile Vs RusEFI 8 - Frankenso SMD planing


Imbecile Vs RusEFI 9 - I wreakon it will work
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Re: Beginner Video Guides

Post by russian » Mon May 13, 2019 8:18 am

This post is now sticky, it would always be on top hopefully it's OK.

WOW, very valuable material :) Thank you for your contribution!
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Re: Beginner Video Guides

Post by kb1gtt » Mon May 13, 2019 9:57 am

Yes very cool and thanks for putting in the effort on the video's. One suggestion that might make them even better is to add notes. As an example, for this video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=izhxVPf ... e=youtu.be notes like this would be cool.
0:0 Introduction to simulator --> download --> open simulator --> simulator basics
1:48 inspect VE table data --> tips about RPM limited by threshold
2:38 sensory inputs (coolant temperature) --> gauge manipulations --> tips about warnings
4:04 Diagnostics via "messages" tab
5:13 Connecting Sim to TS --> Firmware archive https://sourceforge.net/p/rusefi/code/H ... e_archive/
5:57 Virtual serial port install --> open files from the rusEFI bundle
6:24 firewall / antivirus notes --> Open virtual serial port
7:22 Start TunerStudio (TS) --> Change coolant temperature and RPM in Sim and see it in TS
8:58 Change engine parameters in TS see them change in Sim.
9:27 Connection problem diagnostics Telnet and similar tips. "telnet localhost 29001" then "telnet localhost 29002"

Perhaps this sticky thread could include the videos, while comments like this post could be in another thread. AKA perhaps this can be a handy place for educational purposes. Or perhaps the above list should be included in the wiki.... Any how I feel my comments are handy for developers and less handy for the desired end user.
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Re: Beginner Video Guides

Post by cyrille » Mon May 13, 2019 4:51 pm

thank you very much for these videos

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Re: Beginner Video Guides

Post by russian » Mon May 13, 2019 8:13 pm

media embedding seems to be fixed now?
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Re: Beginner Video Guides

Post by Old Grey » Mon Jun 17, 2019 8:54 am

kb1gtt wrote:
Mon May 13, 2019 9:57 am
Perhaps this sticky thread could include the videos, while comments like this post could be in another thread. AKA perhaps this can be a handy place for educational purposes. Or perhaps the above list should be included in the wiki.... Any how I feel my comments are handy for developers and less handy for the desired end user.
You're good at notes, any chance you can do some ;) You're better than I would ever be.

You can put them as a comment on the vid and I can pin them, and that way everyone sees it first. I put your notes on the SIM video and it looks pretty good.

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Re: Beginner Video Guides

Post by kb1gtt » Mon Jun 17, 2019 9:21 am

I would love to try the notes / comments. The problem is that I have normal life constraints, which mean I have a lack of time. Lately it's been hard to read the forums and slack :( I'll keep it in mind that you would like then. I'm a skeptic that I'll find the time :(
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