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Old Nov 24, 2010, 01:08 AM
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for an evo8
low = 0000-3800 rpm
mid= 3800-4800 rpm
high=4800-7500 tpm

to get an idea if it is real or false knock, just depress the spark map 10 degrees.
if it still knocks badly, its false knock from some engine component, so then adjust the multipliers up.
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Hello guys! Can you help me a little with a knock sensor calibration? I just installed an EMU black on my evo 8 and I want to make sure everything is fine. I don t know how to set gain, integrator and engine noise. After what sensor voltage should I consider engine is knocking? Thank you and have mercy, I want to learn.
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