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  3. Hi there all, i am still having problems with my tps and Ap on my plug and play ecu to a subaru forester. The problems that i am facing is that the calibration is perfectly fine till one day after cruising for 5-10mins and you try to accelerate suddenly it pops up the ECU FAULT CODE73: AUX9-10 SUPPLY ERROR and the car has no gas and pedal at all. it is very crazy!! And the most of it is that i can make an accident!!!!! It has done it 3 times the last 3 months....!!! please advise !! It is serious !! Thanks Ted
  4. Kieran@LinkECU

    1jz non vvti

    Hi There if you follow PT Motorsport Electronics on Instagram / Facebook he's one of our very good Irish dealers, he's currently making up kits All the best Kieran - Northern Sales Manager (UK)
  5. Adamw

    switch type TPS + single cam sensor

    So did you check it with a timing light while cranking? Note it should be conected to an analog input, not digital right? Since it is a switch you will also have to set your error high to 5.0 and error low to 0.0 for it to work.
  6. CMSport

    switch type TPS + single cam sensor

    thanks for looking at that so quickly - yes, I'm using switch type TPS for now. will see how it drives before I throw that away. I have pinned the idle switch wire to DI1 and the PWR (power?!) wire to TPS main... looking at these now, nothing seems to be happening at the DI pin and the PWR wire ain't doing much when I depress the throttle so I'll go back and check that wiring for sure I set base timing by making a [#1 cyl] TDC timing mark on the front pulley when building the engine (not ideal I know but I can't access the flywheel with it all together), then set the timing configuration on the ECU to 0deg and adjusted the dizzy to suit. does this sound correct to you? I may have flooded it early on without knowing so I'll leave the plugs out over night and try again tomorrow. they're brand new so a little difficult to see if they're wet or not when I pull them. can definitely smell fuel though so it's getting through alright and the expected 300kPa is showing at the reg, as I've entered into the ECU fuel settings...I'll persevere for now thanks again! Tim
  7. Adamw

    1jz non vvti loom

  8. Adamw

    PClink software on a Vi-pec unit

    Yes it is recommended to use the latest G4+ software and install the latest G4+ firmware. There are a few reports of this lagging problem floating around but we havent got to the bottom of it yet. Mostly we have had it reported with fairly modern/powerful laptops using intel graphics and USB3 but havent been able to reproduce it in house. Some users have claimed improvements by installing the oldest Intel driver they can find, others have said changing to a USB2 port fixed it.
  9. Adamw

    switch type TPS + single cam sensor

    You are right the odd TPS reading wont stop it from running. The voltage on analog 2 is sitting near zero volts so that may suggest there is a wiring problem (or is it still a switch type?). Trigger looks like it is happy. Did you check the base timing with a timing light? With 1 tooth per TDC mode you have to rotate the distributor to adjust the base timing. Otherwise, to make broad fueling changes in modelled mode I normally just adjust the engine capacity setting rather than mess with the VE table. Make big changes like +/-50% normally gives you a good clue whether your issue is fuel related or elsewhere.
  10. CMSport

    switch type TPS + single cam sensor

    OK so I've made those changes and the log is returning sensible revs while cranking at approx 300rpm it spluttered once but other than that no real sign of life. I have made some significant changes in the fuel table ranging over 30% VE I am a little suspect about the TPS calibration. it doesn't seem to be returning sensible numbers and jumps from 0 to 100% sometimes ( you can see this in the log ).. in my mind this shouldn't really stop it from firing?? I have set accel enrichment to MAP and figure that for starting and idle it's only going to be looking at calculated mass flow for fuelling, regardless of what it thinks the throttle position is, is this correct? latest log and data file attached... cheers Tim Log 2018-06-18 5;30;55 pm.llg G4+ Atom Mira EF-JL.pclr
  11. awpturbo

    PClink software on a Vi-pec unit

    Hey Guy I am just now getting back to this and working on this car some. Can I flash the firmware with the Link g4 Software and working the same? and Grant the connection speed seems to be quite laggy. sometimes 10 sec for values to start showing real time, just really wanting to make sure this might not be causing any other issues.
  12. I suspect you will need a very small control range for that type of effect, try 50RPM. I would also suggest you turn off the hard limit to stop it interfering as you experiment with settings. This is normal, a lambda probe measures oxygen content. If you cut fuel or ignition then there is no combustion so your engine is just pumping oxygen down the exhaust.
  13. Adamw

    Link Extreme replacing Megasquirt

    Trigger 1 is the primary sensor (usually crank), Trigger 2 is the sync sensor (cam), so yes these are your CPK+ & CMP+. The pins labelled "Gnd out" and "Sheild/Gnd", are both sensor grounds and can be used interchangeably. Typically for triggers we splice the sheilds and the two trigger grounds together and connect them all to the shield/gnd pin that is right next to the trigger pins. As for the trigger offset question, the "reference tooth" that the offset is measured from is the tooth that comes immediately after the gap. So if the centre of your gap is 81.5BTDC then the reference tooth is probably about 71.5BTDC. This would translate to a trigger offset of -71.5 in Link language. Or possibly 360deg later (288.5) depending when your cam tooth passes the sensor. Im not sure what limitations the MS had in terms of gap position but with Link there is no limitation, you can have it wherever you like. However it is generally best to have the gap outside of the area your spark normally occurs (say 0-40BTDC) as when there is no tooth there the ECU has slightly less info to predict engine position as accurately.
  14. driftninja

    Supralink with 2 wire PHR Ford IAC Adapter kit settings help

    Excellent thank you. That value makes a huge difference. Internet list everything from 100Hz to 350Hz, hard to get a definitive answer on the Ford valves. I started at the 200Hz per the Link Open loop help file, worked my way up to 300Hz and back down to 153Hz. Ill try 120Hz. Very sensitive idle but getting close i think. Pretty much just spending hrs adjusting the Base Table but will report back with working settings once achieved.
  15. Adamw

    1jz non vvti

    We dont do complete looms sorry. I dont know of any UK vendors doing 1JZ looms but there may well be some. 3 Vendors that I do know that offer them: https://www.wiringspecialties.com/1junwihapr.html http://panicwire.com/ https://www.boomslang.com/link-g4.php
  16. Most of it looks ballpark ok. The main setting that is not correct is the frequency on Aux 6, most ford valves like about 120Hz.
  17. 434josh

    Link Extreme replacing Megasquirt

    Well I did it, the MS3Pro is long gone now and I am currently wiring in my new Extreme. On to the Link NOOB question of the day. There are some distinct terminology differences on the A&B plug wiring schematics vs the Megasquirt so please bear with me. I am running a 36-1 crank wheel with a hall sensor and a camshaft synchronizer with a single tooth VR pickup. The Megasquirt had a dedicated CPK+, CPK-, CMP+. CMP- however on the Link I am only seeing Trigger 1 and Trigger 2. I am assuming the CPK+ and CMP+ would go directly to the trigger inputs and based on the help file both the shield and the two -'s would go to sensor ground --- but there isn't anything labeled sensor ground. Only ground, ground out and shield/ground. Am i right to assume the Shield/Ground is in fact the sensor ground? If so, there is one listed for each plug, so are they totally independent of each other or linked together on the board? What exactly is the ground out and its purpose? Then my last question for the evening is the trigger offset. My missing tooth is 81.5* BTDC which is what the Megasquirt liked and gave the theoretical best rpm range. Will that work with the Link ecu? Should i simply replicate that trigger offset in the set base timing page? Thanks for all of your help.
  18. If you use the GTS base file this will get you to the same point as pre restore.
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  20. Hello everyone, I have a Honda h22 turbo with a g4 + extreme and I can not get the rpm limiter to work so that the exhaust spits fire or bangs. I tried several configurations and in all of them I did the same, a very linear limitation without fire or bangs, both in fuel cut and ign cut and the adaptive or constant cut effect modes and same results. I have the same problem in both the limiter rpm and the launch control. attached picture of the configuration I use. I would like to get something like this. Also note how in both ign cut and fuel cut modes, at the time of cut my afr meter goes to lean max (----) as if all the time there was fuel cut and ignoring the ign cut mode.
  21. Steve

    V6, lambda different bank to bank

    You could loosen up the WG actuator rod a litte bit to fix that tho..
  22. Mclarenross

    1jz non vvti loom

    Hi All, does anyone know if Link do a plug and play harness for the 1jz non vvti.? Or if it needs a custom loom, is there anyone in the uk doing them at a reasonable price?  Thanks Ros
  23. Kostasz33

    V6, lambda different bank to bank

    That’s common on zeds I had the same problem on my zed as well so I have added 0.5% on cylinders 2,4 and 6 and that fixed the problem on low vacuum and cruising areas but lambda 2 still a bit leaner on high loads.
  24. Starting to move forwards after some hardware mishaps (fuel line leaks) and finally got to the point of booting up the ECU for the first time and doing the checks. While learning the software I thought I messed up a config and then used "Restore to Factory Setting". Well, that did the trick of removing all the pre-loaded config for the GTRLINK - #NGTR+. Is this file available somewhere? I've tried to search and look thru the base maps that are available but can seem to find the "default" basemap so I can reload it and start over again. I'm just trying to get thru the initial setup and testing before handing it over to the professionals and since I saw there were some fault codes (before I did the trick with "Factory reset") on the Oxygen sensor (AN Volt 6 below error low value) I have some "kinks" to work out. Any and all help will be greatly appreciated to restore it with the factory pre-loaded basemap.
  25. I have a Supralink with a Ford IACV 2-wire installed. Trying to get the idle dialed in. Has anyone done this or have any settings available?. Basically i have switched 12v to Pin1 and Aux6 wired to Pin2. ISC Solenoid assigned. Unsure of the rest of the specs and frequency. Just seeing if anyone has made this happen and if so this would be great info for the next guy. So far car idle climbs from 1k to 3k RPM as engine warms up. Here are a few specs. Thanks in advance.
  26. Mclarenross

    1jz non vvti

    Hi All, does anyone know if Link do a plug and play harness for the 1jz non vvti.? Or if it needs a custom loom, is there anyone in the uk doing them at a reasonable price? Thanks
  27. Adamw

    Map sensor wrong readings

    Please attach a map and short log: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_P1LRANeO4A
  28. Mario Consiglieri

    Redtop Beams turbo swap & setting up

    Hello! I have posted my questions here before and received wonderful criteria for consideration, so I have decided to come back with one final consultation before I take my project track car down to the rolling road dyno where they will wrap up final wiring, ecu installation, and base tune. I am at the point where I I am starting to wrap up the engine compartment - i.e, pcv routing, 3-way compressor control valve (Pierburg), fuel rail pressure regulator, and I would really appreciate some help with understanding what Link/Vipec preferred equipment is for my project. Engine Specs 1998-2005 Beams Redtop 3sge JDM engine Brian Crower Titanium Valve retainers and sportline valve springs. custom exhaust manifold ceramic coated toyota ct-26 turbo Due to the Beams high compression ratio and general lacking of Ethanol availability in my area (425/206), I am restricted to a target of 300whp/370ft.lbs. Since I am looking for a greatly powered and fuel smart daily, I am shooting for peak torque around 2800-3200rpm. I know that high compression will spool the turbo quickly and realistically I am not planning on getting the revs past 6800 revs (even with the valve hardware to prolong valvetrain fatigue). Radiator is st205 2" thick core with twin 12" fans pushing fresh air Chargecooler is 20"x6.25"x2" core flowing enough CFM to keep ct26 in its efficiency island from initial boost through targeted rev range (I do have some play here as VVT-I cam phasing can be targeted with integrated maf sensor readings indicating intake temps and velocity to isolate cam efficiencies and deficiencies alike). What sensors and what brand are recommended for use with Link G4 Extreme/Vipec V44 as far as familiarity and pre-programming options in ecu configuration.
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