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«Getting Started Setting the ECU parameters for a specific engine Auxiliaries Output Control circuits Engine Tuning Tune Analyser Data Logging Wiring ...»

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Getting Started

Setting the ECU parameters for a specific engine

Auxiliaries

Output Control circuits

Engine Tuning

Tune Analyser

Data Logging

Wiring Diagrams

Convert Stinger 3 files to Stinger 4

ECU Setup Screen

Load Source

Injector Arrangement

Multi point 360 for rotary and piston engines

Multi point 720 for piston engines only

Throttle Body for rotary and 2 or 4 cycle piston engines

Injector Connections

Trigger Sensor Type

General

Hall / Optical

Magnetic

Trigger and Sync Sensor Connections

Trigger Edge

General

For Magnetic

For Hall / Optical sensors

Trigger Resistor

Magnetic Sensor

Number of teeth per cam cycle

1 tooth per cylinder firing

Multi tooth

Engine Cycle

Sync Sensor Type

General

Hall / Optical

Magnetic

Sync Edge

General

For Magnetic

For Hall / Optical sensors

Sync Resistor

Magnetic Sensor

Static Ignition Timing

Lambda sensor

Off

Bosch 4 Wire (Bosch Sensor Number 0 258 104 002)

Bosch 5 Wire (Innovate LC-1)

Narrow Band

LC1 Connection Drawing

Number of Cylinders

Ignition Type

General

IGN TYPE (00) Normal

IGN TYPE (01) Nissan

IGN TYPE (02) Nissan

IGN TYPE (03) WRX SUBARU

IGN TYPE (04)

N16 Nissan

2001 Subaru

''Audi 136 Teeth

Missing tooth mode

Nissan Crank Angle Positioning

2 Rotor DFI Wiring

3 Rotor DFI Wiring

Number of teeth after missing

Sync Sensor Used

No. of Igniters

''Multi Ignition Coil

Single Ignition coil

Ecu Connections

Ignition Dwell mS

Injector Ohms

Sensitivity

Intake Induction

Normal / Turbo

Super Charged

Super Charger Boost

Accelerator Enrichment

Enrichment Duration

Soft Rev Limit

Hard RPM Limit

Boost Cut

Deceleration Fuel Cut

Throttle Position Sensor Calibration

Use Throttle Sensor

Close Throttle

Fully Open Throttle

General

PWM Base Frequency

Closed Loop Lambda

Narrow Band

Bosch 4 Wire Wide Band

Bosch 5 Wire Wide Band (Innovate LC-1)

Wide Band Closed Loop Control

Digital Input

General

Disable Anti lag

Two Step RPM limiter

Idle Up Percentage

Nos Function

Turbo Anti Lag

Rally Mode

Drag Mode

Auxiliary Outputs

Auxiliary Output Modes

Relay Control Modes 1 - 4 (Digital)

Relay Control Modes 5 - 6 (Digital)

Rev Acting

Fuel Pump Output Mode 7

Tacho Output Mode 8

Auxiliary Outputs Connections

PWM Modes 9 to 12

Frequency

Duty Cycle

PWM Verses RPM Mode 9

PWM Verses Kpa Mode 10

PWM Verses Throttle Position Mode 11

PWM Idle Control Mode 12

REV ACT FOR PWM

Idle Motor Control

Step 1: Ensure the engine is well tuned

Step 2: Select an output circuit to use

Step 3: Set the mechanical idle speed adjustment

Step 4: final adjustment

Step 5: Cold engine adjustment

Fuel and Ignition Maps

Stinger 4 High Boost

Using "FUEL TRIM" for First time engine set-up starting

Adjusting Fuel / Ignition Maps

Clear Flood Mode

Tuning grid command keys

Page-Up and Page-Down Keys

Auto Trace (Space Bar)

Insert RPM Column (Ctrl +Right Arrow or Shft+Alt+C)

Insert Load Row (Ctrl + Down Arrow or Shft+Alt+R)

Delete RPM Column (Ctrl + Left Arrow or Shft+Ctrl+C)

Delete Row (Ctrl + Up Arrow or Shft+Ctrl+R)

Copy grid cell Value (Alt + Arrow)

Interpolate or Fill (Shift + Left or Right or Up or Down Arrows)

Create new Tuning grid (Alt+Ctrl + T)

Changing Existing RPM or Load index values (Alt+Ctrl + H)

Alt+Ctrl + R

Alt+Ctrl + C

Changing the page-up & page-down resolution

Throttle Position Load Points

Throttle Position Sensor

Tune Analyser

Running the Analyser

Applying changes Automatically

Applying changes Manually

Log Controls

New Data Log

Start Logging - F2

Saving a Data Log session to file

Reading a save Data log session

Log Graph

Viewing Logged Data

Chart Display

Hall Sensor Wiring

Igniter Wiring

NOS Wiring Diagram

6 Cyl DFI Wiring

4 Cylinder DFI Wiring

Air Sensor Calibration

Using an existing File

Creating your own File

A/ D Number

Auxiliary Input Connections

Engine Temp. Compensation on Fuel

Air Temp. Compensation on Fuel

cold crank

Crank and Sync Diagram

Crank Wheel Setup

File Manager

Saving ECU Data to a file

Loading Data from a file

Deleting a file

Data Logging

Files Screen

Sub Heading

File Selection

Fuel MAP Override

Fuel Trim Percentage

Ignition Fire Edge

Ignition MAP Override

Ignition Sequence Simulator

Ignition Trim Percentage

Injector Scale





Log Data

Staged Injection

Water Sensor Calibration

Using an existing File

Creating your own File

A/ D Number

Engine Temp. Compensation on Ign. timing

Air Temp. Compensation on Ign Timing

Getting Started When you start the Stinger 4 ECU Control Software the first screen to appear is the tuning screen.

You can read data from the ECU or a saved file by selecting the appropriate menu option.

You can also read tune files created with version 3 software.

To read from a saved file you go to menu option "File - Open Tune File", select the file you want and press the "OPEN" button.

To read from an ECU you must first have one connected and on-Line. You can tell if an ECU is on line when the green light on the bottom right corner of the window is flashing.

To bring a connected ECU on-line go to menu option "ECU - On Line". If the command is successful then the green light will be flashing.

To read from the ECU go to menu option "ECU - Read from ECU". If the ECU is connected and On Line then the information will start down loading into the PC/Laptop.

All ECU data is saved in files. You can create any number of files each with a different name. To save the data to a file go to menu option "File - Save Tune File", enter a file name and press the "SAVE" button.

See Convert Stinger 3 files to Stinger 4 Setting the ECU parameters for a specific engine Press the Goto "ECU Setup" button to go to the ECU Setup screen. Use this screen to set the parameters for a specific engine. You can set parameters such as number of cylinders, number of igniters, types of engine sensors attached, load sensor type etc.

See ECU Setup Screen Auxiliaries There are 2 parts to the Auxiliary Control Settings screen.

Output Control Circuits and Input Control circuits See Digital Input See Turbo Anti Lag Output Control circuits The Stinger 4 provides four programmable auxiliary outputs, each output can perform one of 12 functions. 8 of the 12 functions can be used to control relays and tachos, the remaining 4 provide pulse width modulated output for controlling variable devices such as PWM idle control motors and boost control.

Use the Auxiliary Output screen to define the function for each output.

See Auxiliary Outputs See PWM modes 9 - 12 Engine Tuning The Stinger 4 control software provides a graphical view of the ECU mappings.

This gives the user an instant overall picture of how an engine is tuned, highlighting any abnormalities.

All engine tuning is performed via this screen.

If the Ecu is on line with this computer, any change made to the tuning maps is instantly transmitted to the ECU.

See Fuel and Ignition Maps Tune Analyser Tune Analyser is a feature designed by EMS to assist in tuning an engine to its peak performance See Tune Analyser Data Logging The Stinger 4 system provides flexible data logging capabilities to assist in gaining the maximum efficiency from an engine.

NOTE: Data logging is only available if the ECU is attached for data logging.

See Log Controls Wiring Diagrams ECU Connection Diagram Trigger and Sync Sensor Connections Hall Sensor EMS Igniter Wiring NOS Wiring Diagram 6 Cylinder DFI Wiring Diagram 4 Cylinder DFI Wiring Diagram 2 Rotor DFI Wiring Diagram 3 Rotor DFI Wiring Diagram Convert Stinger 3 files to Stinger 4 You can open tune files that were created with Stinger tuning software version 3 but you can not open files that were created with the older version 2 tuning software.

Steps to open version 3 tune files.

1 Select the "Open Tune Files" option and then select "Stinger 3 Tune Files" in the "File of Type" field. (This will show all Stinger 3 tune files).

2 Select the file you want to convert and press the "Open" button.

3 Save the file. Once saved, the file will be converted to version 4.

All version 2 files must be converted to version 3 first.

Steps to convert version 2 tune files.

1 Open a tune file using the version 2 software 2 Download this tune into a Stinger 3 or Stinger 4 ECU that has not been upgraded. (Serial numbers beginning with ST1, ST2, ST3 or ST43) 3 Close the version 2 software and open the version 3 software 4 Read the tune back from the ECU you just down loaded into the version 3 software.

5 Save this file.

6 Close the version 3 software and open the new version 4 software.

7 Select the "Open Tune Files" option and then select "Stinger 3 Tune Files" in the "File of Type" field. (This will show all Stinger 3 tune files).

8 Select the file you just saved using the version 3 software and press the "Open" button.

9 Save the file. Once saved, the file will be converted to version 4.

NOTE:

If a version 3 file has been opened with the version 4 software then you will need to reset the soft and hard rev limiter values as well as the boost cut value.

ECU Setup Screen Describe all of the engine specific parameters in this screen.

Load Source Injector Arrangement Trigger Sensor Trigger Edge Trigger Pull Up Resistor Number of Trigger Teeth Sync Sensor Sync Edge Sync Pull Up Resistor Static Timing Lambda Sensor Number of Cylinders Ignition Type Number of Igniters Dwell mS Injector Ohms Sensitivity Aspiration (Intake Induction) Supercharger Boost Acceleration Enrichment Enrichment Duration Soft Rev Limiter Hard Rev Limiter Boost Cut Deceleration Fuel Cut Calibrate Throttle Position Sensor Base PWM Frequency Tooth After Missing Closed Loop Lambda Load Source There are two load source.

Load source 1 is the main default load source that the ecu uses in the Fuel and ignition main MAPS. This can either be MAP sensor or TPS Injector Arrangement Multi point 360 for rotary and piston engines Check the position of the fuel injectors. They must be fitted as Multi Point (1 injector per cylinder).

When Multi-point 360 is selected regardless of the number of cylinders, the computer will fire the injectors twice every cycle (once per crank rotation).

Throttle body should be selected for 2 strokes.

Multi point 720 for piston engines only Check the position of the fuel injectors. They must be fitted as Multi Point (1 injector per cylinder).

When Multi-point 720 is selected regardless of the number of cylinders, the computer will fire the injectors once every engine cycle (two complete crank revolutions).

Using Multi point 720 will provide smoother idle with larger injectors.

NOTE: Throttle body should be selected for 2 strokes.

Throttle Body for rotary and 2 or 4 cycle piston engines Check the position of the fuel injectors. They may be fitted to a Throttle Body (all injectors at one single point).

When throttle body is selected the computer fires the injectors every ignition pulse if it is a 6cyl or less. If it is a V8 or more the computer will fire the injectors every 2nd ignition pulse.

See Injector connections Injector Connections Trigger Sensor Type General Signals from Optical, Hall or Magnetic sensors can be used to trigger the Ecu on the trigger circuit or the sync circuit. These inputs are programmable by selecting either of the following.

Hall / Optical Hall and Optical sensors are usually 3 wire sensors.

They produce a square wave signal.

see See Trigger and sync sensor connections Magnetic Magnetic sensors are 2 wire sensors.

They produce a sine wave signal.

see See Trigger and sync sensor connections.

Trigger and Sync Sensor Connections Trigger Edge General The trigger edge determines whether the computer is triggered by the positive or negative edge of the trigger signal.

The computer can be triggered by either edge.

For MagneticThe trigger edge must be set to positive.

For Hall / Optical sensors Depending on the sensor Wheel Slots / Teeth, The signal will either be Rising or Falling at approx 10 degrees BTDC.

If unknown, connect a multi meter from the Trigger wire to ground and watch the voltage level change while turning the engine slowly by hand to determine if the signal is Rising or Falling.

If Rising, select + Trigger If Falling, select - Trigger.

DANGER!

Disconnect the ignition coils before rotating the engine by hand.

Trigger Resistor When Hall is selected for the trigger input, the "TRIGG RES" feature gives you the option of selecting "ON" if the ECU is to Introduce a 1000 ohm pull up resistor to 8V or "OFF" if the 1000 ohm resistor is to be disconnected.

TRIG RES "ON” TRIG RES "OFF" The "ON" is usually selected if the Stinger 4 ECU alone is to be connected to the trigger sensor.

If Stinger 4 is installed in a piggy back situation where the original ECU is still connected to the trigger sensor then both computers' will share the signal.

Since the original ECU has a pull up resistor in circuit, the Stinger 4 pull up should be selected to be "OFF".

Magnetic Sensor When a magnetic sensor is selected for the Trigger sensor, the Trigger Resistor is automatically turned off by the Ecu regardless of this setting.



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