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    Mopar Sam Well Fed Member

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    I put a stroked 5.7 in my wife's satellite [sorry,not an a body]. I used the tach signal from the MSD Hemi6 to trigger the FAST EZEFI. How do I hook up the tach? Can I trigger it from the same wire without affecting the efi?
     
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    I am not familiar with this box. I hope that someone can help. Just my thought is that there maybe interference if you connect the two wires. The only thing I have is I used a 6 AL with the Fast and used different wires for the ECU and the tach.
    Good luck on your project.
     
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    Why don't you call the FAST or MSD tech support?
     
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    I would assume both inputs are high impedance, so yes both inputs can share the same signal wire.
     
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    Yeah, I guess that is what I will do.
     
  6. Mopar Sam

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    I hope you are right. I know the EZEFI is sensitive to electronic noise. I was hoping some one on here had already one this. When I find out for sure I will post.
     
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    I recently used a oscilloscope to measure the msd tach signal. It's a clean, stable 24% duty cycle square wave. Voltage peak to peak is right with the battery.

    If the signal gets loaded down you could add a 10K pull up resistor, but I doubt you will need it.
     
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    I'm splitting the tach signal to run my Megasquirt and my column mounted tach and haven't had any issue so far. I had originally tried to use the ignition output of my Megasquirt to run it, but it was easier to just use the signal straight from the MSD box.
     
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    Thanks! I think I will try it.
     
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    Peter Bates 1973 Cuda owner for 36yrs

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    If you have a obd port for the computer on your hemi you could buy a Dakota digital interface unit. It has two signals for the tach. That's how I was able to get a clean signal from my CPU to my speed hut tach. Now I just need to get a signal to my tcu tranny controller. I tried to no avail to pull a signal off the motor
     
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    No obd. It is a FASTEZEFI multiport system. I got sidetracked on some other projects and haven't done anything on it yet. I just set her rev limiter to 6500.
     
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    Update?
     
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    so you can use that one Output cable to run for example 2 tachs?
     
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    As far as I'm aware you can. It's just a square wave signal and it's not meant to carry power, just voltage level. Pretty sure tachs would be high impedance devices that have large input resistance so they don't have a big power draw. I'm sure the output line is limited in what it can supply though, so if you stacked enough things together I could see it potentially being a problem. I don't think you'd have issue running two things though.
     
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      will figure that out this winter. just two tachs, not an endless amount of tachs.. :) The one in the dash is hard to read sometimes
       
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      I DON`T REMEBER OFFHAND , BUT I DIDN`T HOOK BOTH UP TO THE BOX, THINK FAST SAID NOT TO. Call fast and ask for Dave.
       
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