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    Default Startup on batch, then switch to sequential?

    Is there a way to start on batch then switch to sequential to avoid the cranking delay waiting for cam sync? Thanks, Ryan.
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    Yes, select "Not Used" for the Cam Sensor in the Custom Ignition Parameters.
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    Sorry Danny. I should've been more clear. Is there a way to switch from batch to sequential automatically after the engine has fired? Or rather leave my cam sync & sequential configured with a batch cranking startup override.

    I'm running sequential with CNP LS coils and EFI Connection 24x crank trigger & 1x cam. Idle & driveability are excellent. I've also played around with cranking and after start parameters and seem to have them close as the engine fires as soon as I get cam sync. However, this takes a few seconds. If I switch to no cam sync and batch it fires almost instantly like my OEM new vehicles. I'm hoping to get the best of both worlds with sequential run and batch instant start. Thanks, Ryan
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    Quote Originally Posted by MX145 View Post
    Is there a way to switch from batch to sequential automatically after the engine has fired? Or rather leave my cam sync & sequential configured with a batch cranking startup override.
    No. How fast does the engine crank (RPM)?
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    I pulled a datalog and the graph line is sloped from 0 to 100 while cranking, then shoots up over 600 when the engine fires.

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