94 Ford Taurus SHO

What engine are you torturing? Is it inside some car?
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SHOf429
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94 Ford Taurus SHO

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Frankenso swap in the works. Car is a 94 Taurus with the SHO 3.0 and manual transmission. OEM it runs sequential fuel and EDIS wasted spark. Has a dual runner intake that switches from long to short at 4k rpm. https://images.app.goo.gl/VLLU4ejk8gF9rRbLA

Things I'm still trying to get sorted include the FSIO operation for the runner control and an error trying to configure inputs for VSS. Main relay and power to the ECU will be key operated. I have it set for full sequential fuel and spark with the low side drivers running the injectors and high side feeding individual coils. Engine currently runs a 3 tooth crank sensor (120 degrees on, 120 degrees off) and a single tooth cam sensor that's 180 degrees on then 180 degrees off (360 on, 360 off in crank degrees). I think I have the triggers set correctly based on the wiki reference. https://rusefi.com/wiki/index.php?title=Manual:Software:VVT

Currently the plan is to build an entire harness for the engine, partly to eliminate potential splice failures and to remove emissions wiring and other unnecessary circuits. At some point I want dual wbo2 sensors so necessary circuits will be added for such. Most likely this will be done using the AEM or 14point7 setup with the analog output fed to Frankenso.

More to come as I stumble through this.
Josh
94 Ford Taurus SHO
Frankenso in progress

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