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Quick shift by arduino


Hi, I want to make a quick shifter using arduino mosfet and load cell.

My idea is to using a load cell as interrupt to arduino witch force the pickup coils to the ground. It will shut down the bike for X(millis), just the time for jump the new gear. 

I have a gsxr k6/7 and I want to know (if anyone know it) if ecu read the cut off like a defect on pickup coils. 

I read from the office manual that if the primary injector don t run for 4 time continuos the ecu return error and go to safe mode but don t read anythink for the igniction coil.

thanks for your attention, best regards 



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hi,
is possible to have a DTC error.
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Etx2, happy to see some creativity :)

Most QS are interrupting the ignition coils and not the ECU CKP sensor. I don't know if it is an good idea to cut off the brain function of the ECU by cutting down the CKP Sensor signal, the ECU doesn't know the RPM and the position of the crank. This influences the injection moment of the fuel and many more. I don't know what the ECU will do if you cut off the CKP.  But find below all the possible errors from the ECU for DTC. No direct error codes for cutting down the CKP while running. Keep us informed with this project please

DTC C24 (P0351), C25 (P0352), C26 (P0353) or C27 (P0354): Ignition System Malfunction
Is caused by interrupting the ignition coils more than 8 times continues. 


DTC C32 (P0201), C33 (P0202), C34 (P0203) or C35 (P0204): Primary Fuel Injector Circuit Malfunction

CKP signal is produced but fuel injector signal is
interrupted by 4 times or more continuity.
Injector circuit open or short.
Injector malfunction.
ECM malfunction.

DTC C12 (P0335): CKP Sensor Circuit Malfunction
The signal does not reach ECM for 3 sec. or more, after receiving the starter signal.




-- Edited by Wiebren on Monday 26th of August 2019 01:15:16 PM

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