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Last edited by adeyren; 09-05-2017 at 9:25 AM.
Perhaps the over simple way to explain it is like a screw in versus bayonet fitting light bulb. It's a light bulb yes, the filament looks the same and the light output looks the same but good luck putting one in the socket meant for the other.
In this case the whole philosophy of this thing is different to the way Blackbird FI works. in typical car systems, the TPS just isn't the same between (most) cars and bikes and also the airflow sensor (most common being a MAP sensor) is not the same between (most) cars and bike.
Clear as mud?
F#$% me, what just happened?
Forgive my ignorance as well but isn't that microsquirt purely for running the engine as a hillclimb car wont use indicators, side stand etc etc. Therefore it wouldn't work on a bike. I think (also ducking behind a wall)
Looked into the mega more, does support alpha n on tps.
If you have time to kill, make interesting reading- megasquirt2 setup is the one I read
Manuals for Megasquirt-2 (3.4.x) - Megasquirt EFI
Update. I put the bike on a dyno, the first run with the fi light on, 138 rwhp, the a second run, with fi light off, clearing the code and going fast straight to 7000 rpm and over (ks-ecm sense between 3k and 6k) and...138 rwhp!!, the tuner said to my that could be a phantom code, I really did not see any difference in consumption nor black exhaust, running M113-02 PCIII Map (Erion Slip On).
Bike idles the same with or without the code....Seems that there are 3 different behaviors of code 25 1) rough runing, pre 2000 bikes: wire harness 2) post 2000 with poor millage and rough running 3) code 25 with the bike running normal . Weird.
Mi old school megasquirted bike.