tomiata wrote:firmware starts up, but is not stable with TunerStudio now when connect to the discovery microUSB. TS connects for a few seconds then drops, then reconnects again, repeating ... not usable.
I agree with @
- this looks like a mismatch between TS project version and firmware version. Theoretically the best practice is to re-create TS project every time you update firmware, and also to use matching console with it.
There is a bit of usability issue here for sure. I've actually started working on https://sourceforge.net/p/rusefi/tickets/309/
only for console but you made me realize that TS situation could be improved as well. Let me see if I can implement a unified solution for both console and TS to detect incompatibility better.
tomiata wrote:With Rev D Discovery and new firmware, firmware works, TS is stable, car runs, but no SD logs. I didn't have time to look into that.
The part about not working SD logging surprises me.
I am still suspecting that Rev C and Rev D and same exact
hardware - I believe the incompatible change to ST Link firmware is the difference. And I believe that updating st link firmware in the discovery is pretty much making Rev C board a Rev D board. And just a reminder, default Rev D firmware is the one from "rusefi over-current" problem so I am now flashing latest discovery firmware into the boards I sell.
With that in mind, I cannot explain lack of SD logging. I would say once you have time to look into that I would upgrade both boards to same discovery firmware, same rusefi firmware and settings. If they do not behave the same I would claim hardware issues. I would love to be wrong in this regard.
I am planning to solder the first of https://sourceforge.net/p/daecu/code/HE ... format=raw
today to validate that little thingy and ship it your way with a D board.
tomiata wrote:So what other engines are working on rusefi right now? What engine type, what Discovery board type, and what revision of firmware? Can we start tracking these to know what is actually working???
You might not like what I say now: you are the 95% of real vehicle testing these days. Both Lemons race cars are work-in-progress getting ready for the new season - the yellow race car is not street legal so pretty much driven three times a year. The green race car right now is a tub with no engine, no suspension, no spindles.
Most of my rusEfi time is focused on making Frankenso full bundle look better. I hope that with better usability and slightly sexier looks there will be the critical mass of NA miatas. I am semi-actively looking for a pre-95 Miata already.