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Re: Whats the crank fuse do?
The ICM doesn't have any "tables" built into it, though there is some measurable latency that varies with RPM an is different between different ICMs.
It is actually the ECM that sends a signal to the ICM for it to take over timing control, this is a 5V signal applied to bypass wire to allow the ESC signal to become active.
Some MS users have played with having the 5V signal active as soon as the key is turned on, to be able to adjust spark timing during cranking, with some success.
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