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Old 12-04-2013, 05:16 PM   #256
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ok so my run of things not going to plan appears to have come to an end (I only said appears mind!) I have found and ECU that "may" be the right one for a good price. And thats lucky coz most are american automatic ecu's and utterly useless to me, or people know what they are worth and charge silly money. I never actually found out for sure which ecu my engine is meant to have but the one im getting cant be far off, the mapping may be a little different but it will have to do.
To go with the ecu i need something in the way of a VSS and as I dont have the swift to pinch it from I have gone for the DIY option using a reed switch and a de-bounce circuit (not my work just copying what the internet research turned up)
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then attach reed switch



and then build de-bounce circuit



its not actually finished yet the reed switch is on to mk2 fitting (that I have no pic of yet) and that works lovely (very nice to hear the switch tic as the speedo turns!)
and i'm still waiting on some resistors to finish off the board.
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Old 13-04-2013, 01:09 PM   #257
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Ok so it was not the right ECU
the guy selling it neglected to tell me it was from a G10A Rather than as I had asked from a G13BA. I guess its back on ebay for that then :/
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Old 14-04-2013, 05:25 PM   #258
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Here is that 2nd fixing of the reed switch I was talking about, it's now fitted in such a way as the speedo can still be dismantled (This is so if I decide later it needs re-calibrating it can come apart)

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Old 14-04-2013, 08:54 PM   #259
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Hi,

If you are still looking for ECU, let me know.
I have a friend who has ECU from Justy which has G13A engine.
He has wiring harness as well.

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Old 14-04-2013, 09:23 PM   #260
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Hi,

If you are still looking for ECU, let me know.
I have a friend who has ECU from Justy which has G13A engine.
He has wiring harness as well.

Cheers
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Thanks for the offer but for now the guys at rhinopower.org are looking into which ECU is needed for me. It seems there are many different ones and I will need to find one that suits the engine I have, i'm not sure if the one you mentioned would be any good? You could give me the part no. though, it will probably start 33920-
and if its going to be any good I will get back to you.

My engine is a G13BA anyway so I think its unlikely

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Old 14-04-2013, 10:03 PM   #261
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Hi,

It is G13BA as Justy is 96 onwards with single injector!
If and when you decide it, let me know and I will let you know who to contact.
He has full wiring harness from Justy with this ECU.

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Old 15-04-2013, 08:07 AM   #262
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Ok, will do thanks
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I made the speedo so the swifts cable would attach to it...



and fitted a load of ducting for providing fresh air to the vents, heater and air box/filter...













I will need to fit some other ducts to the flip front at a later point.
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Old 15-04-2013, 05:13 PM   #264
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Big news "fordem" and "rhinoman" at www.rhinopower.org have just identified what ECU it is my car had originally (33920-69E00)
Big up to them for all their help.

Now I just need to find one lol
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Hi,

Part no. of ECU is 33920-65E70 off 96 car.
It should work as it has same engine code G13BA!

He want 50 for ECU, full car harness and all switch and sockets if you need it.

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Old 18-04-2013, 09:15 PM   #266
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hi wats the big vents into cab for??
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Old 18-04-2013, 09:16 PM   #267
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Part no. of ECU is 33920-65E70 off 96 car.
It should work as it has same engine code G13BA!

He want 50 for ECU, full car harness and all switch and sockets if you need it.

Cheers
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Thanks for looking out for me but I dont think it would be a good idea to try matching up a "similar" ECU when I know now what the right one is, I dont know enough about electronic fuel injection to know what parts of it I can do without. I am negotiating the purchase of one at the moment that is the right code, it doesn't have the harness but I can manage I think
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Old 18-04-2013, 09:18 PM   #268
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hi wats the big vents into cab for??
lol just for the fresh air vents (overkill maybe but I was using what I had)
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Old 18-04-2013, 09:33 PM   #269
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lol just for the fresh air vents (overkill maybe but I was using what I had)
its a bit heavy handed,lol i never get why people weld up the fresh air holes but thats up to them,, but intresting use of the word overkill there fatwiji,
they will slowly kill you, i thought for 1 moment your mini was gunna be a carnubis farm,lol,,
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By "overkill" I just meant more than was needed, I thought it was a common use of the phrase? perhaps not.
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