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  • BITE_ME
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    None supported devices use a "remote mounted TPS".

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  • irishk
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    I see CAN bus is compatible with Compushift controller, but I have an old school PCS TCM02000 controller with your typical 0-5V TPS input. Has has anyone pulled TPS off the CAN bus?

    From the PCS manual "A typical closed throttle voltage value is .45v. A typical wide open throttle (WOT) value is 4.5v"

    Thanks!

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  • Megalomaniac
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    Didn't know they made it, guess I'll look at other options

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  • 2700 Cast
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    Originally posted by Megalomaniac View Post
    Can the Racepak IQ3s be configured to work with the Proflo 4?
    Edelbrock has not tested that particular " Holley " branded unit.

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  • Megalomaniac
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    Can the Racepak IQ3s be configured to work with the Proflo 4?

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  • Derwud
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    I installed my Dakota Digital dash with the Edelbrock DIM module.. Only doing coolant temp, but looks like a new Can-Bus plug was added.

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  • Steve M
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    I have been informed that Pro Flo 4 will work with AiM Sports Displays that support CAN inputs. I am hoping to get hands on with one in the near future.

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  • BITE_ME
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    In the .dbc file. Who is the new "DBC_Author_Contact"?

    VERSION "Sep 18, 2018"


    NS_ :
    NS_DESC_
    CM_
    BA_DEF_
    BA_
    VAL_
    CAT_DEF_
    CAT_
    FILTER
    BA_DEF_DEF_
    EV_DATA_
    ENVVAR_DATA_
    SGTYPE_
    SGTYPE_VAL_
    BA_DEF_SGTYPE_
    BA_SGTYPE_
    SIG_TYPE_REF_
    VAL_TABLE_
    SIG_GROUP_
    SIG_VALTYPE_
    SIGTYPE_VALTYPE_
    BO_TX_BU_
    BA_DEF_REL_
    BA_REL_
    BA_DEF_DEF_REL_
    BU_SG_REL_
    BU_EV_REL_
    BU_BO_REL_
    SG_MUL_VAL_

    BS_:

    BU_: PF4


    BO_ 768 MSG_0x300: 8 PF4
    SG_ EngineSpeed : 7|[email protected]+ (1,0) [0|65535] "angular_speed:rpm" Vector__XXX
    SG_ AFR : 23|[email protected]+ (0.05,10) [10|22.75] "" Vector__XXX
    SG_ AFRTarget : 31|[email protected]+ (0.1,0) [0|25.5] "" Vector__XXX
    SG_ ThrottlePos : 39|[email protected]+ (0.392156862745098,0) [0|100] "fraction:%" Vector__XXX
    SG_ IntakeManifoldAirPress : 47|[email protected]+ (1,0) [0|65535] "pressure:mbar" Vector__XXX
    SG_ AFRLongTermFuelTrim : 63|[email protected]+ (1,-100) [-100|155] "fraction:frac" Vector__XXX

    BO_ 769 MSG_0x301: 8 PF4
    SG_ FuelPress : 7|[email protected]+ (0.01,0) [0|655.35] "pressure:bar" Vector__XXX
    SG_ FuelInjPulsewidth : 23|[email protected]+ (0.001,0) [0|65.535] "time:ms" Vector__XXX
    SG_ FuelInjDuty : 39|[email protected]+ (1,0) [0|255] "fraction:%" Vector__XXX
    SG_ IgnitionTiming : 47|[email protected]+ (0.25,0) [0|16383.75] "angle:deg" Vector__XXX
    SG_ IdleControlPosition : 63|[email protected]+ (0.392156862745098,0) [0|100] "fraction:%" Vector__XXX

    BO_ 770 MSG_0x302: 8 PF4
    SG_ AFRShortTermFuelTrim : 7|[email protected] (0.05,0) [-1638.4|1638.35] "fraction:%" Vector__XXX
    SG_ IntakeManifoldAirTemp : 23|[email protected]+ (1,0) [0|65535] "temperature:F" Vector__XXX
    SG_ CoolantTemp : 39|[email protected]+ (1,0) [0|65535] "temperature:F" Vector__XXX
    SG_ ECUBatteryVoltage : 55|[email protected]+ (0.0705882352941176,0) [0|18] "voltage:V" Vector__XXX
    SG_ AFRBlockLearnState : 63|[email protected]+ (1,0) [0|255] "" Vector__XXX

    BO_ 771 MSG_0x303: 8 PF4
    SG_ IdleControlTargetRPM : 7|[email protected]+ (1,0) [0|65535] "angular_speed:rpm" Vector__XXX
    SG_ AFRControlState : 23|[email protected]+ (1,0) [0|255] "" Vector__XXX
    SG_ RadFan1State : 31|[email protected]+ (1,0) [0|255] "" Vector__XXX
    SG_ RadFan2State : 39|[email protected]+ (1,0) [0|255] "" Vector__XXX



    BA_DEF_ BO_ "DBC_Author" STRING ;
    BA_DEF_ BO_ "DBC_Author_Contact" STRING ;
    BA_DEF_DEF_ "DBC_Author" "Edelbrock LLC";
    BA_DEF_DEF_ "DBC_Author_Contact" "[email protected]";
    VAL_ 770 AFRBlockLearnState 1 "On" 0 "Off" ;
    VAL_ 771 AFRControlState 2 "On" 1 "Off" 0 "Off" ;
    VAL_ 771 RadFan1State 1 "On" 0 "Off" ;
    VAL_ 771 RadFan2State 1 "On" 0 "Off" ;

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  • Steve M
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    I can confirm that a Motec C127 display works with Pro Flo 4 using the Edelbrock .dbc file that Nate created. Since it uses the same can protocols, it should work just fine with the C125, C185 and C187.

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  • trophyburro
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    Is anyone running a motec display?

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  • ZioVarni
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    Thank you. I’ll contact banks.

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  • Nate S
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    My post from July:

    Originally posted by Nate S View Post
    Okay, I signed off on a final iDash gauge firmware version from Banks. They plan on rolling out this latest version into their new production units by the end of the month however, if someone purchases a gauge now, they'll send them the beta firmware to use with Pro-Flo 4.
    I can't speak for Banks as to whether or not Pro-Flo 4 is now being supported by off the shelf units or not. They did say, and this is what I posted, that if someone bought a gauge and the firmware wasn't released to support Pro-Flo 4, that they would send them the firmware directly. My best advice is to contact Banks for more info.

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  • ZioVarni
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    Oh. Maybe I’m not understanding the thread. It looked to me that the firmware had not yet been excepted. That skidep tried to order one, and banks didn’t have proflo 4 on the list. So my question was if banks had confirmed. And if anybody had actually made the purchase yet. Guess I may need to be the first and report how it goes.
    thanks.

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  • Nate S
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    Not sure what you're asking about "development". The 3rd party CAN devices that have been verified to work with Pro-Flo 4 are listed. I'm guessing that not end users many have felt the need for a CAN display or logger to go along with their system. You may just have to take the plunge and lead the way for others to follow.

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  • ZioVarni
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    I guess no development yet.

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