Great handiwork. And resourceful too.
I'm a bit confused, maybe it's me though...as Syvecs S8 needs either IGBT coils or transistor pack (OEM amplifier) for current coils.
Indeed it is. However I still cannot get my head around the fact that they didn't think to put some mounting tabs on the case... seems they wanted it to look pretty and leave the owners to worry about locating.Good bit of Aussie tech there!
Cheers Andy. Still a way to go but feeling positive about the journey ahead.Looking good Scott.
Nearly 6 years ago (at the time of M800) i was really impressed by motec as how easy it was to handle it. To be fair, it was the first ecu I was working with. Later i started "playing" with haltech ps2000 and was surprised that it was even easier to handle and cheap as hell.Got the cam and crank sensor from Andy at AMT. If you look back a good few pages you can see a pic of the kit and the part itself.
As for the Motec, I HAD originally planned to go Syvecs S8 but I was offered the M880 at a price I just could not say no to!! Came with loads of stuff like Lambda enable and 4Mb of data logging so really a no brainer. Only thing that I'm slightly disappointed about is the lack of native knock sensor or thermocouple support and which require a separate box !!!
However, it's a great bit of kit and, as I already had a Motec PDM30, it was a good choice for integration.