Analog = InputDigital = nAnalog = OutputCam sensor = InputECU = Clock TimingSparkstick = OutputCrank sensor = InputECU = nInjector = OutputAnalog = Many NumbersDigital = Single NumberAnalog = Balanced Crank sensor = Hall EffectECU = Lookup TablesInjector = Hall EffectCam sensor = Square WaveECU = Lookup TablesInjector = Square WaveSquare Wave = AnalogECU = DigitalSquare Wave = AnalogAnalog = 00Digital = 01Analog = 00Analog = InputECU = Alpha sends back out an equal input is equal to the outputAnalog = Output demand balanced the input signal.ADD PIG UNITAnalog = 00ECU = 01Analog = 00 - Pig needs to see that square wave output [wire], is now on the receiving end from the ECU is the analogPig = 01 - Circuit board means on/off; or 1's and 0's/ or Digital is the boxAnalog = 00 - Is the new duty cycle MHz signal. _____________________________________________________________Sparkstick = Coil windingsCrank Sensor = Coil windingsInjector = Coil windingsCoil Windings = Square WaveMakes voltage = Square WaveSquare Wave = Input is balanced to the output parts
Look up an arduino motorshield R3 motherboard to follow along. See the 2 rows of 4 SK14's? See the A and B jacks? See the In 2 and Out 3 boxes and the rest in that row? See the analog side that says 3.3v and 5v? See the biggest IC (integrated chip) with all the pins like a caterpillar? See the smaller chip that is a 555 timer that has pins of an arachnid? See the output bar with about 16 bits of information sent, think? See the reset button at the upper left? Let me start from the beginning. I followed Ridge to figure out watt he was looking at? I could not ask him the penultimate question because he would have no clue watt I was talking about? I had steps of random theory of what this ECU was doing? For example, If I do not have the absolute number or the Penultimate number diagnosing fuel injection, I need to read between the lines is that penultimate number staring you in the face. For fuel to work 3 variables, meaning, fuel/spark/compression, my first step is to know the Penultimate number being 14.7. No matter the math calc, be it in 1 atmosphere, or 760mmHg in metric, Penultimate 101 is all about FI. Even the 101.3 is the 1Atmo when that college class begins session. But this is your lost high school math. If you can memorize the times table, you can memorize the binary system. We have now opened the hood of the ECU. Welcome to what in the heck are all these parts? Well, we are under the hood and now we are going to find the Penultimate number for this puppy. I'm going to run a few theories of mine so I understand them in the absolute world I live in. Maybe not your world, but sure is my kind of place. I am surrounded by I/O's (in/out) that do not move until a math computation is 'Satisfied.' The Penultimate number has to compute each 1 and each 0 at a time. And because we have this x+/-y=z scenario, this input has to satisfied before it is sent as output. It becomes complex as there are many ways to code using the machine code the ECU understands. This machine code is none other than the 1's and 0's that represent a color on the paint program's rainbow pallet. So each square or cell has a color you can breakdown like a hz frequency. So open paint, check the whole table of colored cells call it. When the machine codes that color, the color next to it better match that cell in all 4 corners. Call this making sure things are balanced is another part of the binary system are these Truth Tables. Lots of comps to make in logical order. So every move has a table to match the math with. If you look up the binary system you can see how you can change a decimal to convert to a bi number. An octal number to a bi and so on. With the 8-bit characters of 1's and 0's, your press of the color pad or that cell color has just sent information and now it begins to find that file in binary so your type shows the color you picked, etc. For the concept to work, your key bang begins at 0. Concept says, I did not touch the key so it is OFF or at 0 = No current. I hit the mouse click or keyboard, either way it's either 0 or 1 and now holding down is power or ON or 1. Right now, the Penultimate should have smacked you in the face twice... Pun intended. Here are 8-bits of machine speak: 0000 0111 = the number 3 in bi. That's 2 sets of 4 = 8-bits. This ends the concept portion. Now for the abstract and the list above. _____________________________________________________________________ To understand the Penultimate number to the Firstep, there is a math and frequency happening that can be found by computations. For example, analog is the dial on the radio. Analog means many so that means many stations. When the dial stops, it can stop at a frequency that can be heard crisp and clear. Basically, the radio was dialing in the frequency to one signal. The ECU is doing the exact same thing, only it is finding a ton of data that came in like the TPS, water temp, air temp, crank speed, etc. So those are sent as a magnetic square wave. Things being magnetic and nature being balanced, and time is of the essence, those 3 form a balance of waves that when you stack each wave on each other like a prism or a sun's rays thru a rainbow, there are square waves that are off and squares that are on, but not in sequence with each other, nor in equal lengths of 1's or 0's. So if say we stacked a box on top of two boxes, the lower boxes are level in height but different in lengths We stack that box on the two lower ones, we land on each leading and trailing edges of the box. Lets keep stacking boxes of all sorts of lengths so no matter the gap under the boxes, the balance is, each leading edge is going to line up magnetically with a trailing edge of the next square. Meaning, if the bottom edge of any top box sat in the middle of the box. the next box down, meaning, draw a dotted line down the middle of the box and the top box will line up with the edge of the bottom box. A sort of balance if you saw a square wave on top of a square wave. Hard to explain, but say the bottom boxes are 0 for off and you can place zeros to fill that time gap being off. The top box is the height of the square wave and this is 1 or filled with 1's until turned off. This bit length creates a number to compute. A long number. And no matter how short or how long, the 1's and 0's are going to call that color cell you keystroked. When you flip the switch on, there is an initial 'for every action' there is an arc or electrical spike that is not clean or sends a readable volt. So this arc from on to off/off to on has to be filtered. On the m-board, I can't tell what that part is, but it is a major hard part to filter that non-readable-signal. Basically, the board fills up with who knows how many counter measures are taken before the next step: I'm not there yet. I'll figure it out soon enough. Watt I'm trying to show is how far I've gotten so there is less of a cloud in front of you, the basics come alive somehow. Whether I trigger that in you is another story, but here comes that list: Every TT is to be satisfied, so as each 1 and 0 is found, each bit begins to fill one at a time at those 8 rows of army barracks. Once those 8-bits are truth tabled, on goes that color found, then to the next step. I am randomly accessing steps (pun). Those barracks find the Penultimate number... In a way. A and B jacks are a math table in itself so that has to balance with the rest. Those 4 guys next to the letters are called 'flip-flops' and this is where you can swap and say in the math. A+B = y, or A*B = y, or when all is said and done it says: I can flip to Hi voltage output or I can flop and send Lo volts out. Those hard parts next to the letters can combo and match the truth table in all manor of hi-lo-lo-hi-hi-hi combos. The row of boxes are more your math calc stations to the left and the ROM and RAM houses to the right I believe? So ROM means I am holder of the color pad so if you want that file, you gotta see me. RAM says, hey, she wants this color and I'll wait randomly so as to calc the barracks with the ROM files. When she says save or delete, I'm going to flush her out of my system and I'm clean once more. Do not pull the plug on the computer. ROM saves forever and is non-volatile. RAM is randomly holding a copy of your file and I lose power, I am volatile and you lost all your work. So ROM, I know your keystrokes. RAM, I send an email and you cleaned out your send letters box? You now have a clean mailbox of [randomly] sent and received mail. The analog [INput] side that says 3.3v and 5v is something I did not know about the tricky electrics. The formation of the square wave is not a clean 0 to 5v path. Once the spike is filtered, next is a static/non-recognizable voltage range. This is around 1.3? to 2.? In other words, there is a spike of a frequency between that useable range of 0 to 5v. There is a filter or a hard part to take care of that useless machine range of phantom characters. So I'm going to assume that I see the IN plugs as 3.3v being a flip and the 5 volts being the flop Out the A-B hi/lo jacks. Beginning to make sense? It does for me. IC (integrated chip) with all the pins like a caterpillar has another hidden barracks inside. There is a certain way the IC lays. There is a + side and a - side so of you turn it 180, she pinshorts! There are a few more pins that are not tied-in like the barracks. So count 8 pins on one side and 8 pins on the other. Split both in half and you are back to the binary layout. One side is IN, the other side is Out. In the middle is the chip that is preset in the chip making factory, meaning the binary system and all the TT'Satisfy'er tables. Not only that, but think about it. This is ac voltage and for every action, the hidden barracks use diodes. Why? So when the signal comes in , she does not go out. Turn the IC 180 again the same way, you now have the barracks stopping the INput signal because the diodes are facing the wrong way. Get it? The ever famous 555 timer that has pins of an arachnid. You can make this timer tick into infinity almost. This is more pinging for signals. Who failed so I can set the fail-safe for that sensor. So there has to be some timer that pings a sensor so when there is a failure, the signal is lost, flip the flop to backup. There are other hard parts slowing down/speeding up that timer. So the chip is preset for some speed and it takes a resistor(s) [I'm guessing] to slow down the ping or speed it up. So when you say I have a 16-bit something, I see that output bar with about 16 bits of information sent, think? That means a fast IC that can handle more files for every jack, more truth tables to satisfy. More calc houses to send the 1's and 0's faster out of the barracks. I'm going to guess and say this is how you wipe RAM clean. Instead of pulling the power off, you can wipe the volatile out 2 ways? Press the button it grounds> Pull the plug no power is equal to ground or toss what RAM saved? So WATTiz the Penultimate number for the ECU? If you did not guess 2, then replace that number with some other number, see if the formula works? Same as, replacing the 760mmHg used when the bike goes belly up without sensors and defaults to BACKUP. Where is that other number if not these two? Any of it make sense?
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Are we not stuck with an electrically opposing even magnetic field of 8? WATT happens if I find 5k resistors and plug each one at my 3-points of contact? 5+3 = 8. What happens if my example is a pc5 + an old pc3 = 8. WATT happens if my math goes in the reversengineering of my way of thinking? 2 = Raggedge of the flip in the pin touch of +0.183v of the pc5's Analog-pin. Add the 0.7v spike like a set of points arc and call that spike that drops in volts. Add .1 plus the .7 drop = 8. What is sitting at 0 as in less than a volt [0.183] but is waiting to drop the hammer for 5v? Watt is chemically open when 2 [0.1 + .7v drop] and 3 more volts are about to trigger the flip of [=] 5? Is 5. What gate wires tie into a 5 if 2 is 2/3rds off the magnet? The 3 wire + 2 before spike = 5. WATT is 5k resistors and a 5 mean =? The collapse is 5. That says 555 = 5. What are my binary steps? AND-OR-NOT gates = 4. I am going to move 3 ways to tie into the 4th move or my Output numbered call. I can move 3 ways: 1. Single Shot - I am a timed switch. I hold a number for a specific application and turn off. I'm a timing light is a single shot. I turn the flashlight button on and hold it down and can be timed to hold the single shot longer. I ground eventually. You cannot change my time on and off externally. 2. Control - I carry less than 5v onto a pin if I am .183v hot at the leg. 3. Trigger - I flip the reset or the mechanical flip-flop. i303.photobucket.com/albums/nn138/SheQeenTa/EMag%20Field.jpg"> Are we not stuck with a 555 type timer times 8? Binary Logic board basics? This is the skeleton so we live with the 5-3 on the other side who cares if I say 8 is the other side, right? Isn't this is how digital computers work? Look at my power +/- connections and now I can do anything with this combo because everything evolves thru this field x's 60 seconds, right?i303.photobucket.com/albums/nn138/SheQeenTa/555%20skeleton.jpg"> For me to find out if my own theory worked, I was wrong in the save dept. How was that number being saved and captured, saved and captured? The 555 saves in RAM and dumps it. The ROM is the preset because those are the coil windings and this resistance is set. Only thing left is speed and time. In the hack of it: No, I'll just flip a flop I ground a wire or spike a hot wire to 5v Yes, the tre is just a flipped flip as in the 6 is locked so that says I hold the button on or flip to the last resistor and it locked 6 as the number set. No, I cannot hack into a leg, look at my RAM set in a single number. My other balances also had to flip-flop to flip hand to hand [flip] of connections being + to - on down the chain to ground is the completed circuit. No, I now need to learn the bottom line basics of the interface and that pin touch. WATT is my typing on the keyboard do? I can use a rheostat in the resistance and speed up or slow down the fan speed. So if say I am locked into many 555 timers tied to each other as if looking at all the pins in an ECU, then my typing acts the rheostat? WATT I can change is the speed of the one-shot? Now, more BS to weed out. If I type on the keyboard, is that saying I am going to turn the injector on more times within the time I can't change is set by the manufacturer of the chip? 1. So since running some resistor over to another pin is not going to work, or maybe it will, it is not as controlled as the mapping of the cells from X to Y and that variable. So for me to add more fuel within a time frame, I can shoot more times in the milli before the chip times out. 2. I have to think if the key hits it flips. I have to think if the rheostat runs the fan faster and cuts out, comes back on, swings back and forth, look at that flipping to move the other way and turn the fan back on. Break it down? a. Fan is hooked to the 5v flipper is the trigger to run 'off/on/low/hi' who cares look at my 4 sides of 8. b. Gear drive does not speed up with the fan speed so this is driven by 'control' @ 5v. c. Threshold is the given to turn the other way is the gear drive on the flip flop all wired in/out to the... d. The reset flip flop. Who is called the bucket being filled is the capacitor of + is waiting for ground I follow wire in and wire out. www.youtube.com/watch 3. Did I meet my 2x4 = 8? Or half my side was filled. So in binary speak, I can only make one flip-flop move per pin to pin move? And when I do, I reset to the same number is the manu about to send me there. So by knowing how this thing worked as a mini RAM-ROM: a. ROM is the control. b. RAM is the signal threshold c. RESET is to clear RAM and read the next X to Y position IN is to calc and OUT is the wave length On/Off. 4th Variable goes like this is no workey Hack Sea Dead END! a. I run all 4 resistors on 4 coil or 4 injectors, where are my +/- connections from end to end? b. I run the 4 injectors, where are my 555 kind of jumps so I keep WATT once the + and - connect? c. I run the same RAM = DEAD END. d. I ran into the 4th dimension is a need for a timer per jobber junction. Jobber 5'er for coil, jobber 5'er for injector... I am back to a motherboard flip flopping no way dead END! That says, the gear position sensor hack went from analog to digital. I have both sounds on vid. I had the opposite idea how that worked exactly. I thought we were analog in, the drop in voltage was to fill that void up so the out was equal. Here I am thinking is to save the hot rod setting of a single number was it... So 4 Gate IT! Tell me when we are on the same page I'll stop. For me, it was a Hack Sea Did Dent See IT! That's why you stay in school and now look the fool years later. This now sends me on the next note. Who is typing whom? I'm going to super speed this up is the save and dump and dump the - and as fast as the release is, I am clicking a save on the keyboard by type alone. I'm at the door of the wire out the 555 timer, the TTables, the flip has flopped, I am in the OUT wire and nowhere? I had to have a fire on/fire off/flip the flip equally = To -Ground. Ctrl is hot to hold the RAM. Trig is driving me nuts I can't stop the assbackwardstink is the way I think. Thold is pull my finger. RST is my brainfart flew out a 0 of air bubble assets itself back to ground no Hole-5 available at this time = TTable is waiting.
Heuristic dynamic programming is more looking like an E4 compliant ECU. I looked that up and... ... had another epiphany, but this time when I thought 02 type bike to relay to TPS, it hit the hand to the forehead and laughed for days. The shop manual was describing how any little change on the bike, be it valve lash, air cleaner, plugs, sync, you need to cycle the bike to relearn the new settings. So imagine the balanced numbers the sync will effect the IAP with. Same goes with the time opening of the resetting of the valves and that effect to the IAP. Thus, 'adaptive' ECU; I can walk up to say for the better word of what I'm used is a 'relay bike.' This ECU acts like a car and say the car takes 20min to go to sleep, this relay has the bike's ECU triggering that bedtime within 10min of custodial work. And that is to clean the files and dump the old RAM, here comes startup. Meanwhile, I'm going to loosen the TPS screw, disconnect the unit from the main harness, then for argument sake, see the factory 60 set for closed throttle plate, but I'm going to move the TPS with my ohm meter to 62. This way, I trick the ECU thinking it's seeing an open throttle and will set the maps rich. This way I have a semi race map in a rich setting all linear up the map scale. So I reconnect and head up to the tree and take a 1/4 mile pass to go faster, right? So as I'm reading the abstract from the shop manual, it's describing what adaptive will do. But I'm behind the scenes of that page out of the book, the narrator was more showing scales from the page taken and was not associated with the factory print meaning. He was just describing or over dubbing what the factory abstract was saying. So you more or less read between the lines as to what he was saying, because I could see the abstract another way was the epiphany to the 'learning ECU.' Basically this is an idea way back in the 1950's and the motherboard is not like it was back then, but the basic parts inside were, only shrunk down, obviously we look at the same parts today. So it's the same action toy. And speaking about action, I now use maggy and the other 2 action toys you cannot separate [the 3] meaning. So Ms. Relay I call her, she is built with a DTT limit. This is complex math that just uses formula to spit some fuel within a parameter and no more. Maggy moves at the speed of light, so we know the learn was pinged by AC is maggy moves both ways and has balance is E. RAM wise, ping is seeing a new balance, but does not compute with the rpm. Checkmate is X to Y are you at 62 for? And as soon as I turned the key on, that ping happened that fast. So as the adapt is the timer in all this DTTiming parameter calc, it has a limit too an can follow a lower kinetic off of 14.7 being X most likely is how FI works, yes? So to see what happens in my reality vs. the narrator's abstract, he was saying it took 3 seconds to reset. But that made me think more like, not the way maggy works it's not. So maggy set the reset at the speed of light, 3 seconds my ass. I'm up at the light and the tree turns green. I'm racing my 62 set at 60... key on and the laughs being. I drop the hammer and enter a post stating so. I'm laughing so hard at Ms. Relay, I'll save and change/delete your files on shutdown mode later, I'm busy now, sucking the chrome off a fender 14.7 times a stroke comes along. And I'm laughing at those guys setting the tps, pulling 02 wire, flashing maps, no learn time, just blast off with my new map, forget decel learn too. So the hack is to disable the 02 and they run open loop. But they can't change the ROM of 60. You'd think the 1's and 0's would default to 60 on startup and still has range, one moves the TPS. You change a TPS and here we go with more limit abstract. I'm guessing at this so my theory goes, I can move that TPS just so much and then the idiot light comes on. So there is one limit. I can be big brother and once I see the kinetic reach a limit, I shut you off, you emissions smoking; DTT your right off the road; you smelly Heur.
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