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by wwhite
2022 Aug 15, 23:34
Forum: Hardware, Programming & Disassembly
Topic: Ghidra - open source reverse engineering tool
Replies: 9
Views: 2904

Re: Ghidra - open source reverse engineering tool

Jamie from oz wrote: 2022 Aug 14, 20:25 Has there been a 8065 processor file done for Ghidra?
Nope, not yet.
by wwhite
2022 Aug 03, 00:29
Forum: Hardware, Programming & Disassembly
Topic: Directives file for A1C
Replies: 15
Views: 787

Re: Directives file for A1C

There was a post, a German guy (i think), before website crash, got a 4cyl. running from a 8cyl. hardware.
The SD-4X hardware, SD48/SD47 are identical, well the circuit board is.
The only difference from SD47 6cyl and SD48B 8cyl hardware is that 6cyl has knock sensor chip in circuit board, the 8cyl does not. And of course, the software is different.
I haven't done it yet, and I am 100% positive, that I can take my 8cyl bin, and run it on the 6cyl hardware. Trans drivers, etc. all the same.
SPKLIM = Percent of "crank degrees between PIPs" used to determine the
maximum spark advance increase allowed between consecutive spark events.
Do NOT calibrate higher than 0.06 without Ignition Department approval.
Maximum spark advance increase between events varies with the number of
cylinders; Maximum increase = SPKLIM * 360/ENGCYL.

For 4 cyl; 0.06 * 360/2 = 10.8 degrees
6 cyl; 0.06 * 360/3 = 7.2 degrees
8 cyl; 0.06 * 360/4 = 5.4 degrees
Anyone have the contact details for the "Ignition Department", for approval?
by wwhite
2022 Jul 25, 23:49
Forum: Speed Shop & Engine Talk
Topic: How to build a Cam Sync for 351C
Replies: 8
Views: 202

Re: How to build a Cam Sync for 351C

I bought a brand new v6 unit with VR sensor from RockAuto.
Going to use the top have of housing, the sensor, and the shaft.
I'm taking my old 351w distributor, cutting the top half away.
Then, mount the bottom half of original 351w to the top half of cam sync distributor, install shaft, drill hole, mount gear.

I do not see the need to have a third distributor from a 302 that doesn't fit the block, and still needs modifications to work.
If I'm going to be modifying a distributor, I"m going to modify what I have, and also modifying what fits like stock.
by wwhite
2022 Jul 12, 18:18
Forum: Speed Shop & Engine Talk
Topic: Coil Near Plug(CNP) not mounted on valve covers
Replies: 2
Views: 120

Coil Near Plug(CNP) not mounted on valve covers

I'm wanting to have the 'clean' look for my 351w.
Ideally, mounting 2 coil packs on back of engine, near firewall, or under Edelbrock 8331 truck intake to 'hide' the coils.

I have 2004 EEC-V to run separate coils, have not purchased coils yet.

Can the 2004 EEC-V run wasted spark, so I can simply mount 2 coil packs, vs trying to hide 8 individual coils?
Any suggestions with other mounting options for coils that are not on top of valve covers?
by wwhite
2022 Jun 27, 20:46
Forum: Speed Shop & Engine Talk
Topic: Fuel Rails - 351w angled injectors
Replies: 5
Views: 221

Re: Fuel Rails - 351w angled injectors

Edelbrock are not in stock, not going down that road, still waiting for a head ordered Nov.2020, not a typo.
TrickFlow $500-$700, expensive.
Other no-name brands $100-$200 will need to be modified for fuel test/pressure port, and also external regulator.

There are other brands, that say "OEM fit angle ports", then go on to say "Only fit aftermarket manifolds". Not going to gamble $200-$400 on something that 'may' work.

Probably just going to keep stock rails, and create a aluminum cover to hide the stock chrome.
by wwhite
2022 Jun 27, 17:03
Forum: Speed Shop & Engine Talk
Topic: Fuel Rails - 351w angled injectors
Replies: 5
Views: 221

Re: Fuel Rails - 351w angled injectors

Which machine shop?
I see your in Vic as well.
by wwhite
2022 Jun 27, 14:36
Forum: Speed Shop & Engine Talk
Topic: Fuel Rails - 351w angled injectors
Replies: 5
Views: 221

Fuel Rails - 351w angled injectors

I am wanting suggestions for aftermarket/custom fuel rails with stock angled injectors for 351w.

Could probably make 302w style rails work, just cannot seem to find anything that will break the bank.
I wouldn't have thought fuel rails were so expensive, but then again, I don't want to cheap out, probably just keep stock rail.
Just don't like the look of the 'chrome' piping the stock ones are, and would like either black or aluminum, not red/blue.
by wwhite
2022 Jun 27, 13:36
Forum: Hardware, Programming & Disassembly
Topic: Strategy level "RZA**"- document exist?
Replies: 1
Views: 106

Strategy level "RZA**"- document exist?

Does the strategy level "RZA**" document/book exist, or was disassembly based off one of the others documents?
LHBH1, CDAN2 and others exist.
by wwhite
2022 Jun 23, 11:24
Forum: The Garage & Build Threads
Topic: Mustang SBF EECIV to EECV Swap
Replies: 28
Views: 3853

Re: Mustang SBF EECIV to EECV Swap

Anyone ever tried this balancer, its a Romac.
There's a video on YouTube of a a guy putting this into a cobra.
Looks good, I'll have to do some measure measurements to verify fitment compared to stock.
It is for a 302/351w, 28oz.
351w 28oz harmonic balancer
351w 28oz harmonic balancer