I didn't think you guys got much of any precipitation...forget snow...
New Mexico is a little weird like that. We may be a desert, but driving home from work tonight it was 38ºF and our nights have been quite frigid (by my standards).
Anywho, few more photos:
Laptop + Translator box, before I got Timing Monitoring working...
GM IAT Tapped and installed (3/8 NPT)
IAT & MAP Locations
ATX Power Supply adapter = 8 Pin spacer cable for timing control
Now the Tech chit chat.
I came home, soldered up the yellow wire to G2 on my harness, threw the timing light on the car, and started it up. As I expected, base timing was set at 14º. I entered "14" into "Timing Monitor, Base Adjust" uploaded, etc.
After entering the base timing, I reved it up a bit, and compared the timing light to the computer. The computer read 17 while the light read 24, hmm, not good. I hop in the car to do some adjustments and glance down, my A/F's are slowly climbing into what I'd consider to be not good range, even at idle w/no load.
I pull up "Aux Input 1 Voltage" and it reads 0. Hmm, a vf of 0 would normally mean rich...
(which would cause the tccs to pull fuel outta the mixture) but since the car is cold (mostly), I'm not sure if this is worrysome or normal.
Either way, it creeped into the 17's and I killed it. Too close for me to just disregard it.
At this point it was low-40's in my garage and I'd decided I'd had enough for one night. It runs, and I'm getting data... I'm just not sure what I'm seeing. I'm going to dig through TunerPro RT and hopefully get some more time tomorrow to fight with it. For now, it's mildly frustrating.
I will also add that I wish they'd separated the brains and body of the MAFT Pro. It'd be nice to have a lightweight (see: Not attached to 1200 wires) display/control and have the brains tucked away in the dash.
Oh, one last photo... 2JZ Toys for future implementation: