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  1. I dont own a few of them but this one is my favorite. My Model 94 that I dont own lol Canadian bicentennial. I sold it at one point to a friend then I missed it so much I had to buy it back for more than he gave me. I have been looking to upgrade from my elk / deer mossberg .270 which has been an awesome field rifle. I think I have less than $400 into it and it is reliably within 1" at 100 yards year after year without doing much of anything to it. But I am jones'en for a new Henry long ranger in .308 to take over for the .270. Just because I want to feel like john wayne when I hunt. My thinking is the elk and deer will come out into the open easier and then when I do shoot them they will stand up on their hind legs, yell " ahhh you got me" and fall over backwards. Beyond that a pistol that is not trust worthly and a few 22's and 12 gauges for clay shooting. anyone got any cool stuff?
  2. Look at the article, I dont remember anymore, but it is in there. Sounds like a wiring got bumped and you have a short in the 5v system
  3. Me78569

    New to quadzilla

    I wouldn't worrya about it. timing spike due to cold weather is not something that happens iwth the quad only stock timing
  4. Me78569

    New to quadzilla

    I would guess he is right that some days it feels peppy because the ecm jumps right to 12 psi offidle
  5. 98.5-00 truck ecms report brake status, 01/02 do not. This is why I prefer OEM high idle.
  6. Me78569

    New to quadzilla

    I wouldn't replace anything yet. from 0-16 psi the quadzilla is reading boost from the data sent out from the ecm. If the quad shows 12 psi all the time then the ecm is seeing 12 psi all the time. More than likely it is a failing map sensor, but I would wait until it happens again and troubleshoot when you have the issue to make sure you narrow the issue. It is fairly common for the map to fail like this. Most never reconize it as most tuners dont show you the issue.
  7. late trucks dont report brake engage on the canbus plug under the hood. Early trucks do, and that is in place in the code to disable high idle. Does MPH read in R? the code is set to disable high idle if brake engaged -early trucks mph > 0 tps > 0
  8. Me78569

    New to quadzilla

    boost stuck on 12 means your map sensor or your map wiring is causing issues. you are going from 0 psi map at idle to 12 psi map off idle. thats a large jump in fueling.
  9. Nope they wanted the distance from center of scope to center of barrel. I figured it out tho, the firing pin is visible so I can get calipers in there and measure center of pin to bottom of scope then add %50 of the OD of the scope. Came out to be 1.57"
  10. @AH64ID any tips on measuring the scope height for the leupold cds cap lol? I might be overthinking it, but I am struggling to get a good measurement on it.
  11. Cummins brand worked for 19 years , Id say it worked well enough to go with them.
  12. sure sounds like a bad cam or crank sensor.
  13. Me78569

    New to quadzilla

    mph > 0 tps > 0 brake engage on 98-00 ect > that set temp
  14. They break. Go new if you can.
  15. This article will show you how to calibrate a HE351VE turbo using a cheap arduino board and a Canbus shield Parts arduino uno $15-$30 Arduino Uno Canbus Shield $25 Plugs ~$5 Wires ~ $5 Code turboreset.ino Canbus Library CANLibrarymaster.zip This code will simple send the calibrate command to the turbo after 5 seconds of having power applied to the unit. #include <SPI.h> #include <can.h> #include <Wire.h> #define mode NORMAL // define CAN mode #define bitrate 250 // define CAN speed (bitrate) MCP CAN1 (10); //****This might be any pin 9 / 10 / 11 depending on the cnabus shield. Adjust to fit your needs unsigned int final_vane_position; void setup() { // put your setup code here, to run once: // Initialize Serial communications with computer to use serial monitor Serial.begin(115200); // Set CAN mode and speed CAN1.begin(NORMAL, bitrate); delay(5000); //wait for 5 seconds } void loop() { // put your main code here, to run repeatedly: final_vane_position = 500; byte lo_byte = lowByte(final_vane_position); byte hi_byte = highByte(final_vane_position); byte data[] = { lo_byte, hi_byte, 0x02, 0xFF, 0xFF, 0xFF, 0xFF, 0xFF }; // data message with an added counter // data[2] = 0x02 for recalibrating gearbox // Load message and send CAN1.send(0x0CFFC600, extID, 8, data); } How to Connect everything I will go into some detail here. First basics of the arduino uno and cabus_ shield. Arduino boards allow you to "stack" shields onto it via the pins on the outside edge of the board. Each Pin on the arduino and shield correlate to the Pins the code below. You can think of the Arduino as a Small computer and the Shield as a device to perform another specific task, like WIFI or Audio or in this Case Communicate on a Canbus Network. Stacking the shield onto the Arduino allows the arduino to talk in Canbus. First is the Arduino Uno Next is the Can bus Shield that you stack on top Together they should look like this. notice how they are connected, stacked on top of each other with the pins from the shield extending into the Arduino board. Each Shield will use some pins so your code must take that into consideration. Just as an example the can bus shield might use pin 10 and 11 ( I dont remember off the top of my head) so in your code you can't address those pins outside of the canbus shield use. Wire up the turbo Early Holset HE351ve's have a different wiring than late Holset HE351ve turbos Easy way to tell the difference is to look at the actuator, if it has a wiring pigtail coming out of it it is a early 351ve if the connector is built into the actuator it is a late he351 or a he300 ve, which is the same size as the he351ve. Early Holset He351ve Wiring Late He351Ve / He300ve Wiring Still looking, but hte other pins are 12v / Grnd and the inner are can high and can low. You can use a multimeter to figure out which is which. Connectors PN's can be found over at Lilbb.com http://wiki.lilbb.com/holset_vgt#connectors He is a guru in terms of the turbo and has a GREAT off the shelf type of controller. www.lilbb.com You want to wire the Power / ground to a fused line to the battery, Don't try to power though the arduino as the turbo can pull north of 15 amps. Wire your CanHigh / Low to the Arduino shields high / low screw terminals. Upload You The Code Url's are provided in Text to step you through the process. 1. Download the Arduino program 2. Plug in your Arduino to the computer, select the right settings for the uno 3. Double click the turboreset.ino project, which will open the arduino IDE. 4. Install the canbus library. CANLibrarymaster.zip 5. Upload to the board from the Arduino program Operating The Calibrate Tool Line up the turbo actuator according to this Disconnect the Turbo wiring from the truck, this will set a code it's ok. Plug in your reset tool to the turbo, then connect power to the arduino board. After 5-10 seconds you should head the turbo cylce the vane position slowly. Once The turbo comes to rest it is done. Disconnect the arduino and plug the truck back into the turbo . If you found this helpful please shoot a donation my way. Everything I do is to help support the community. Thanks -Me78569
  16. Me78569

    Calibrate Holset HE351ve He300VE with Arduino Controller

    Dunno. It is nothing to really go wrong with the process. It might just be a bad actuator.
  17. Me78569

    Calibrate Holset HE351ve He300VE with Arduino Controller

    All the code does is pass the calibrate command. It will find the limits of the turbo. It shouldnt do anything other than cycle from full open ->closed-> full open. I don't knwo what you mean by save position.
  18. Was the engine ever swapped.
  19. 2x PN 240484 NPT to 08 JIC For mounting to Trans - 2x PN PO188 push lock fittings for trans cooler - 1x PN POE8 08 an fitting 90* - 1 x PN POET8 08 an fitting 90* with pressure thread - 1 1/8 brass plug for trans temp fitting in POET8
  20. Me78569

    Big change in my life...

    great news man
  21. Me78569

    Big change in my life...

    @Mopar1973Man unless you have employees that are paid I would not suggest volunteer labor to handle product management and support. people who have other 9-5 commitments will not be able to handle issues in a timely manner. the ball will get dropped and it will cause issues like the quadzilla shipping issue. We didn't even make a mistake, the customer that ordered it did, but we still got blamed and you had to bend over backwards. we need to look into affiliate programs through DAP or similar where we provide the traffic they handle the rest and the site gets a cut. As soon as we have to start managing shipping or customers we are going to be hurting.
  22. Me78569

    New to quadzilla

    not a possible thing to fix. Hence why I like oem high idle better
  23. Me78569

    Losing power or sanity

    check your map sensor to ensure it is reading 0 at idle and increasing as you would expect. This is a typical feeling when a map sensor starts to read low.
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