stum wrote:I have to agree with theonewithin
Sorry I don't do Facebook or messenger. Anyway all this info will hopefully help the next person.
Every time i remove the dizzy or swap engines OR when its not sounding 100% that is the first thing I do. in TS. set the ignition to fixed 10 deg.
And then the check the timing and adjust the offset as as necessary. it can change by 5-10 deg easily. And depending on what tooth you have removed, it could be anywhere.
I think Mine is wired
NE - VR1 - & VR2 -
G - VR1 +
G1 and G2 not connected.
Speeduino VR conditioner.
Toothed log can take a bit to show up. mine normally takes 15-20 seconds before the pretty lines show. (i have never timed it but takes a while)
Set the timing and have another go. And don't forget to set it back to normal. I ran my truck last weekend at fixed 10 deg. not a smart move. but ran all day. Ooops.
Once you have it running at fixed 10 deg, have another look at timing. When I last used that decoder (18+ months ago) it was scattering by about 10 deg (on my install). But the god's (noisymime and team) may have sorted it
I then went to 12-1 crank by removing a second tooth. steady as a rock (for me)
The thing that blows me away every time I have a problem, is how far out things can be and it will still run.
Timing out by 40+ deg. motor runs. not well but runs
One bank of cylinders 360 deg cam timing out. engine ran on 3. but ran.
Sounds like you are close. good luck.
it's the same as NE to VR2+, and G to VR2- and using falling edge.