02-12-2013, 03:34 PM #1
motec boost solenoid wiring for turbo seadoo?
Can someone tell me how the boost solenoid
wiring is run for a turbo setup on seadoo?
Thought it just plugged in too " boost" line
From ecu but connectors are different
02-13-2013, 04:48 PM #2
Its a 2 pin black connector and looks the same as an older style injector connector
This connector fits straight on to commonly available generic boost solenoids such as the one we sell.
This connector is not to be confused with the 3 pin connector that is marked boost pressure, this connector that looks like the delco MAP sensor connector is used for measuring actual boost pressure should you want to do that but can also be used for a 3 bar MAP sensor if you want to use that instead of the factory MAP sensor, using this thou (3 bar map sensor) requires a realocation of inputs which can only be done in the new software or a simple pin change at the ECU connector.
Clear as mud I am sure
02-13-2013, 05:52 PM #3
02-18-2013, 09:45 AM #4
This is how I like to plumb a turbo boost controller. The accumulator is used to have a nearly constant pressure for the boost control valve to work with. The setup screen at the bottom happens to be for a Megasquirt install but almost every ECU with boost control does something similar. The triangle in the drawing is a one way valve worth about $3. The accumulator is a 6" long 2" ID PVC tube.
Hope this helps and as always have fun tuning.
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