Old Russian motorcycle fuel injection

Hardware inside and outside of the ECU
dexter_lab
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Re: Old Russian motorcycle fuel injection

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Great work, impressed. Are they suppose to produce that sort of noise?

mck1117
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Re: Old Russian motorcycle fuel injection

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dexter_lab wrote:
Sun Sep 13, 2020 3:23 pm
Great work, impressed. Are they suppose to produce that sort of noise?
That medium frequency vibration sounds like the PID is underdamped.

Kavabanga, did you use the PID autotune button to tune them?

Kavabanga
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Re: Old Russian motorcycle fuel injection

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mck1117 wrote:
Sun Sep 13, 2020 7:49 pm
Kavabanga, did you use the PID autotune button to tune them?
Yep. No else but autotune. It's just test of system. I'm gonna to connect second APPS's and ETB's channels and make more clear tune little bit later

dexter_lab
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Re: Old Russian motorcycle fuel injection

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good. about the tubes to connect the TB with cylinders, put more metal to reinforce them. you will get a big moment if you not support the TB and use air filters mounted to the TB. especially where you want to put screws

Kavabanga
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Re: Old Russian motorcycle fuel injection

Post by Kavabanga »

Hello! Yesterday I added second channels to both ETBs and here is my actual problem in the video....

Also, here is my little progress with ignition system

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