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Old 03-23-2006, 20:32   #1 (permalink)
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EMS Stinger 4424 help

Anybody got a stinger in their turbo falcon. Chasing a bit of help with the installation. Do i piggyback it with the factory one so the factory one can still run purge solenoid , power steering switch , vehicle speed sensor , isc solenoid.
Will removing any of the other wires from the factory ECU cause the purge solenoid or power steering switch not to work. How are they activated? rpm/pressure?

Also , what is the INPUT setup for. Is that the anti-lag etc input. If so , how does the swich in the diagram work? If its not hooked up can i just leave the wire disconnected or does it need to be earthed?????
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Old 04-01-2006, 17:48   #2 (permalink)
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Old 04-03-2006, 06:54   #3 (permalink)
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Re: EMS Stinger 4424 help

Yeah you don't get much help nowdays. I asked a question on VCT and got nothing. This forum has slowed down.

Try asking your question on the Australian Ford Forum http://www.fordforums.com.au/index.php

Also Turbotorana comes from over your way and fits ems' to falcons (I think) maybe you could ask him.

All you need to do is control the ignition and fuel. So just piggyback and leave the factory computer controlling everything else. You can wire ISC and others into the stinger. I am in the process of wiring an EMS 8860 into a supercharged EF. Slightly different to an EA (no distributor in EF) but the principal is basically the same. I have finished the wiring but haven't started the car yet.
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Old 05-18-2006, 07:05   #4 (permalink)
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Re: EMS Stinger 4424 help

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Yeah you don't get much help nowdays. I asked a question on VCT and got nothing. This forum has slowed down.

Try asking your question on the Australian Ford Forum http://www.fordforums.com.au/index.php?

Also Turbotorana comes from over your way and fits ems' to falcons (I think) maybe you could ask him.

All you need to do is control the ignition and fuel. So just piggyback and leave the factory computer controlling everything else. You can wire ISC and others into the stinger. I am in the process of wiring an EMS 8860 into a supercharged EF. Slightly different to an EA (no distributor in EF) but the principal is basically the same. I have finished the wiring but haven't started the car yet.
turbotrana isnt from pearth is he?

for ems info you are welcome to ask me but as i dont get on here often you are welcome email me xtc@xtcaust.com
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