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could someone please tell me as much info as possible about this computer, what it is capable of doing, what it can control, run, connect to it,ie handset, adjust the boost? etc.. etc...
i can get one for a cheap price, but i just wanna know what it can do before i get it.
also, it will be fitted to a NA engine for a few months before the turbo comes, is this possible..?
so if anyone has got a manual for it, or specs, website, etc..i would appreciate it very much, thanks in advance.
You won't find any technical details on the net (other than "it was fitted with a Microtech Digi2 and does 12sec 1/4" etc) because the model has been superceded by the MT series units.
I've got a Digi1 and I would say that the main functions would be largely the same except for maybe a couple of extra features like boost control.
It will definately control fuel and ignition, at least four low or high impedance injectors, use a switch or pot type TPS, have 16 load and 16 rpm (500-8000rpm) points, have an internal MAP sensor, control two fuel pumps, have warm-up enrichment, cranking (starting) enrichment, rev cut, boost cut, and some primitive data logging.
It should run on NA fine but you will obviously need to have it retuned when the turbo is fitted. What do you consider a 'cheap' price? The Digi is relatively old and you can get new MT8 for around a grand with more features so unless it is $400 or less I'd probably look elsewhere.
hey man thanks for the trply,
yeah i can pick it up for around 100m bucks.
its got a connector on it got a hand unit?? can this also be conencted to a laptop?
and where could i get the software for it?
im goiing to be running a ca18det with it, for my exa,
this should run it fine right?
im not going to be racing it, all i want it something that will be able to run the motor!!! nothing fancy..
I think $100 is sufficiently cheap :) What did it come off? If it is from a rotary then it *may* not be compatible. Best to ring a Microtech dealer and ask them.
I don't know if it can be connected to a laptop. I'd ask Microtech themselves if it can. They could supply the software for it too. I personally wouldn't bother as a hand controller would be sufficient to tune these early ecu's. If yours doesn't have one you'll need to buy one. They're about $140 from any of the rotary tuning shops.
If you want something just to run your engine then it will do fine. Just check what it came off and that it comes with everything you need for it to work (loom etc.)
hey microtech dont have any looms,
i got one, but its damaged, like pins missing etc...
it was out of a silvia (ca18det) same engine as its going in,
the reason i dont have all the looms, is becuase my mate had an acco, and when he was waiting for the tow truck adn insurance assessor to come out, he had to remove all the "illegal" parts, and all the parts he wanted, cause they were gonna auction the car, or some thing, so thats why the loom was ripped out...not out of a stolen car or anything.
but yeah, as long as it will run a turbo, im happy,
ill give m/t a call or drop around there and see what they can do, but i spoke to them today, and they sed they dont have any looms for this ecu,
so if u know anyone whos got one, let me know..
can you tell me where microtech are in sydney, and wat their ph no is?
30-06-02, 11:10 PM
the digi cannot be used with a laptop, only the handset,and i got a new loom for a digi 2 pro only a couple of months ago for a customer of mine. the digi has one output only for fans etc but you might find that some times this function is not turned on from microtech.A very basic unit but they do the job!
Hey Syn, can you tell me which wire is for the fan output? It's not on the wiring diagram I have...
01-07-02, 05:44 PM
its the white wire, its also a neg - trigger so dont hook it up to a pos + side of a relay
but does this keep it open (the fan) all the time when the cars on or after the temp goes over x degrees?
02-07-02, 02:59 PM
you set it in the aux mode what you want it to do, if you set it at 84 it will come on at 84
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