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    So the diagram that S2H posted there isn't but three pinned outputs. Are the bump trigger time and the bump SSR % unpinned? And the big blue wire from the SSR go to the ECU as a PWM−?

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    The basic setup is two inputs, one output.
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    I'm wiring this up for my turbo car and I have some questions:
    The bump button will come into the Holley ECU as a "wired" ground Input, but I don't understand how all the linked Inputs & Outputs will work in the EFI software setup? Does S2H have screenshots of his "Linked Outputs" setups? I only see the "Input Triggers" & "PWM Setup". The drawing seemed straight forward until I started reading the notes about using "Non-Pin Mapped output".
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    Quote Originally Posted by S2H View Post
    This is the Three Relay Version. This is my multiple relay version with a bump that you can set the timer & frequency.
    Takes 3 relays. 2 that are normal, and one Holley "Nitrous Driver" (which is a solid state relay) for PWM.
    I'm setting up my transbrake and bump using V5 staging and the relay setup like this. I have a question about the time function in the staging I/O. I was expecting that it would auto calculate based on the frequency and duty cycle settings, but it remains at .999 sec. Do I need to calculate it like what Scott has described elsewhere and manually enter it? Or just leave it alone? I'm assuming if I leave it at .999 then I shouldn't be hitting the bump button more than once per second.

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    This is by far the best I've come across. You can control it and make it so smooth: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gf4jfzGGdss

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gunmetal, RWD Civic View Post
    The basic setup is two inputs, one output.
    Have you tried it the V5 way?
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    What's the V5 way? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VCbD9vfmcb8 (Holley EFI Bump Box YouTube Tech Video)
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    Is Devin's video endorsed by Holley? Was there ever an official wiring schematic from Holley? There are a number of ways guys are achieving the same results over the last several years. V5 has the drop down in System Parameters/Basic I/O/Staging. It looks like you won't need to use any Advanced Tables now. I've never needed to bump before, so although I've followed along, I've never dove in. Now it looks like it may have evolved, so I'm just trying to get some clarity on the V5 version.
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