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 If you want a FULL explanation of how to setup speed density with ECMLink, see our [[sdsetup|SD Setup Page]]. If you want a FULL explanation of how to setup speed density with ECMLink, see our [[sdsetup|SD Setup Page]].
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 ===== Sensors and Cables ===== ===== Sensors and Cables =====
 +{{  http://​www.ecmtuning.com/​images/​gmbundle.jpg?​200}}
 The first thing you'll need are the MAP and IAT sensors. ​ The most common choice is our [[http://​www.ecmtuning.com/​product_info.php?​cPath=28&​products_id=50|Generic GM-style SD Bundle]]. The first thing you'll need are the MAP and IAT sensors. ​ The most common choice is our [[http://​www.ecmtuning.com/​product_info.php?​cPath=28&​products_id=50|Generic GM-style SD Bundle]].
  
-The typical MAP sensor install has it mounted on the firewall and then connected directly to a dedicated port on the intake manifold using a short (6-8 inches) piece of vacuum hose.  Do **not** use a throttle body port for this!+The typical ​[[http://​www.ecmtuning.com/​images/​gm4bar.png|MAP sensor]] install has it mounted on the firewall and then connected directly to a dedicated port on the intake manifold using a short (6-8 inches) piece of vacuum hose.  Do **not** use a throttle body port for this! 
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 +The typical [[http://​www.ecmtuning.com/​images/​gmiat.png|IAT sensor]] install involves welding a bung to the throttle body elbow. ​ You'll need to indicate whether the material is aluminum or stainless steel when you order the SD Bundle. ​  
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 +The easiest way to connect these sensors to the car's wiring harness is to use our plug-n-play [[http://​www.ecmtuning.com/​product_info.php?​cPath=26&​products_id=52|SD cable]]. ​ One end of this cable plugs into the car's existing MAF connector (specify either 1G DSM or 2G DSM for this) and the other end plugs directly into the IAT and MAP sensors above. 
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 +===== ECMLink Configuration ===== 
 +If you're using the SD Bundle above and our SD Cable, then configuration of ECMLink for SD operation is pretty simple. 
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 +You specify that you have an **Omni 4-bar** sensor connected to the **Baro** input in the ECU Inputs tab in the //Pin Assignments for ECMLink Functions (ECU-side)//​ section.
  
-The typical IAT install involves welding a bung to the throttle body elbow. ​ You'll need to indicate whether the material is aluminum or stainless steel when you order the SD Bundle +Then you go into the MAFComp tab and set the BaseMAF ​to "Speed Density"​.
  
 +That's about it!  A full explanation of how to setup speed density with ECMLink is on our [[sdsetup|SD Setup Page]]. ​ Refer to that page for specifics of which screens to use, but the basics are pretty much what's described above.
sdquickstart.txt · Last modified: 2013/03/20 07:42 by twdorris