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Hi guys just got a great deal in a stage 3 with air to water intercooler kit.
Used with a few hundred miles on it.

But I don't have the pinout and instructions to install the fuel and timing calibrator box to my Ecu.

System is a SFR stage 3 with split second fuel / timing calibrator box.
Part #: FTC1-106


Please if anyone has this pinout info/ instruction get in contact with me.

Cars most done and will post pics after.

Thank you
Luca


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Luca,

The instructions which accompanied the FTC-1 install are hard to understand. The instructions also mixes up the wording for Crank and Cam on step #26 . I've corrected their typo on step #26 in the following instructions. The instructions are otherwise exactly as provided by SplitSec. Steps 1 through 13 and 28 through 30 are unnecessary as Speedforce Racing has already pre-set the rotary enrichment potentiometer and pre-programmed the FTC box with their Stage-3 tune.

You might want to consider using a 12 pin Deutsch connector to connect the FTC to the ECU. In the event you need to quickly revert the engine to stock, you can unplug the FTC and plug in a loopback connector which restores the proper stock connections to the ECU.

Good luck!

FTC1-106 PSC Smart Timing Controller installation sheet:

1) Use with R4 Software
2) Select Vacuum/Pressure and Programmable Signal Calibrator under System Settings
3) Select 1-cylinder and 4-stroke under Engine Settings
4) Program the fuel in Map table A
5) The cell value is used to offset the reading from the internal 2-bar map sensor
6) The neutral cell value is 10.0 which will leave the reading from the map sensor unchanged
7) The minimum cell value is 0.0 and will subtract 2.5V from the map sensor reading
8) The maximum cell value is 20.0 and will add 2.5V to the map sensor reading
9) Cell values can have one decimal place, for example 10.1 There are a total of 200 levels available for cell value.
10) The cell value in the 500 RPM row must be near 16.0 around atmospheric pressure to produce the correct barometric pressure reading
11) Program timing retard in Map table B
12) The cell values can range from 0 to 20 A value of 20 will result in 20 degrees of retard
13) Cell values can have one decimal place, for example 10.1 There are a total of 200 levels available for cell value
14) Disconnect the battery before making wire connections
15) Crimp connectors are provided for convenience. For best results solder and heat shrink all connections
16) Connect the RED wire (B+) to a reliable source of switched battery voltage
17) Connect the BLACK wire (B-) to the black ground wire leading to ECU pin 6
18) Connect the YELLOW/BLACK wire to the white/black coil drive wire leading to the ECU pin 31
19) Cut the green/red map sensor signal wire leading to ECU pin 51
20) Connect the VIOLET wire to the ECU side of the cut wire
21) Cut the pink/blue crank sensor signal wire leading to ECU pin 19
22) Connect the GREY wire to the wire leading to the crank sensor
23) Connect the GREY/BLACK wire to the wire leading to the ECU crank sensor input
24) Cut the green cam sensor signal wire leading to ECU pin 45
25) Connect the TAN wire to the wire leading to the crank sensor
26) Connect the TAN/BLACK wire to the wire leading to the ECU cam sensor input
27) Connect the PINK/BLUE wire to the green/black O2 sensor signal wire leading to ECU pin 36
28) Set up the turn-on threshold for the enrichment function under Options, Output Settings and Output B
29) The threshold us usually set to Over Pressure with a threshold of 1 psi
30) The amount of enrichment is adjustable by the rotary potentiometer labeled 0 through 100 A typical setting is 80
31) Reconnect the battery
 
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