Project 9AGZE AW11

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Ash Kelly Barr
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Re: Project 9AGZE AW11

Postby Ash Kelly Barr » Mon Apr 27, 2015 7:18 am

Pretty trick stuff man! Good work!
Toyota motors:
Current - 89 AW11 factory manual SC
Sold - 74 Toyota Crown wagon (MS63), Holden 308, TH400 trans

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Re: Project 9AGZE AW11

Postby JasonFriday13 » Mon Apr 27, 2015 3:46 pm

Cool. I'm just interested in which way your doing it. All the triggering for my Link G4 is off the cam angle sensor (24 tooth main, 1 tooth sync), and it's running sequential injection/ignition. Before I got the Link I was considering building my own custom ecu and writing the software to run it, as I didn't like the megasquirt ecus and their two injection/ignition outs. I was going to use a PIC18F4550 as the base, but I realized just how long it would take to build such a system (despite me being a C programmer), so I bought a Link instead.

If I was building something like you are, I would probably keep the cam sensor as the sync for sequential injection/ignition, and run a multi-tooth wheel (generic same spaced teeth) on the crank to pickup crank counts (and the time between them) relative to the sync signal, so that the crank degrees can be calculated. Then set the software to output 10 degrees spark, and set the offset in the software with a timing light.

It's very cool that you have written your own software to run the engine, I can't wait to see which way you end up going with it.
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Project: 1990 SW20, G-Limited, ex EssDub car, 1992+ brake swap, 1992+ subframe swap, 1996 Celica turbo engine swap, 1996 MR2 LSD gearbox swap, Caldina Turbo coil-on-plug ignition, Link G4 Storm, 161kw @ 10psi.
Daily: 1997 Toyota Tercel 3dr hatch, petrol 4sp.
Sold: 1991 SW20, G-Limited, ex EssDub car
Scrapped: 1992 SW20, G-Limited, ex EssDub car, donor
Scrapped: 1989 SW20, GT turbo
Sold: 1987 AW11, Supercharged 5sp

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Re: Project 9AGZE AW11

Postby nick.parker » Tue May 05, 2015 9:35 pm

Yes, Toyota 1 in 720 sync + custom crank wheel is my direction next. Its taken a very long time to get the ECU software to where I want it..still more to do too!
As I know you can imagine, C programming is one thing, figuring out the pulse scheduling system and fuel / ignition control is another - the pulse scheduling stuff has taken months and several goes to figure out. Funny you mention the Link! In 1998, I thought what a rip off.....I'll make my own ECU.....I was young and more stupid than I am now :P. I bought my first manifold pressure sensor from the LINK place! Anyway it was fun and I learn't a bit...there was nothing like it when the engine started for the first time after spending 4 years of spare time writing the code! At the moment I'm pretty keen just to get the car sorted!!
Nick.

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Re: Project 9AGZE AW11

Postby JasonFriday13 » Wed May 06, 2015 12:01 pm

Agreed, there's no better feeling than to build something yourself and hear it running for the first time.
Jason Ross, current cars:
Project: 1990 SW20, G-Limited, ex EssDub car, 1992+ brake swap, 1992+ subframe swap, 1996 Celica turbo engine swap, 1996 MR2 LSD gearbox swap, Caldina Turbo coil-on-plug ignition, Link G4 Storm, 161kw @ 10psi.
Daily: 1997 Toyota Tercel 3dr hatch, petrol 4sp.
Sold: 1991 SW20, G-Limited, ex EssDub car
Scrapped: 1992 SW20, G-Limited, ex EssDub car, donor
Scrapped: 1989 SW20, GT turbo
Sold: 1987 AW11, Supercharged 5sp

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Ash Kelly Barr
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Re: Project 9AGZE AW11

Postby Ash Kelly Barr » Mon Jul 27, 2015 8:24 pm

Any progress on this beast nick?
Toyota motors:
Current - 89 AW11 factory manual SC
Sold - 74 Toyota Crown wagon (MS63), Holden 308, TH400 trans

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Re: Project 9AGZE AW11

Postby Mike n Rochelle » Thu Sep 10, 2015 11:48 pm

Awesome project and thanks you gave me an idea for my twincharge project, Will look at changing the inlet mani and sc inlet as your setup might be a whole lot better in my 4agzte. Suddenly pleased mine is taking so long :D

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Re: Project 9AGZE AW11

Postby nick.parker » Sun Jun 30, 2019 9:15 pm

Well after a 3 year hiatus, the warrant is basically sorted, back on the road after a 3 years break looking forward to an MR2 drive some time!

4AGZE is stock, except for the previa SC14, big-port inlet manifold, Ebay water/air heat exchanger, home brew ECU, fuel system, electric water pump, custom remote thermostat and water plumbing.......ok so maybe not THAT stock.....but the engine is unopened at 130,000kms :)

The 9AGZE is still in progress.....sadly....but hopely we'll get there this year!!

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Re: Project 9AGZE AW11

Postby *84vvt » Mon Jul 01, 2019 11:35 pm

Nice
Thanks for the update I have been wondering how things were going with the car :-)
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Re: Project 9AGZE AW11

Postby vrtigo » Fri Jul 05, 2019 1:19 pm

Hey man. When (if) you got that car certed, did they say anything about your relay panel?

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Re: Project 9AGZE AW11

Postby nick.parker » Fri Jul 05, 2019 1:39 pm

Howdy, the car is certed for wheels, brakes, suspension, steering wheel (cant remember what else of the top of my head). I had to get an emissions test when I brought it into the country (was living in Australia for a stint), The car has an LVV certificate.