on the subject of code and pclink, are there any plans to port pclink with the desktop bridge to the windows store? Seems straightforward enough and it would allow people to use PClink on all the new/cheap devices about to be released with windows 10S
have you done the basics, followed the setup guide and checked the offset with timing light, then checked the VVT offset following the instructions in the help file? On my vvti 2J, I ended up with a trigger offset of 205 and a vvt offset of 170. The VVT should be configured as inlet/LH (for both the VVT Aux output cam type and the trig 2 cam type). I ran the solenoid at 175Hz on my engine and it controlled perfectly. Firing order 1-5-3-6-2-4
try increasing your fuel master to get the AFR closer to lambda 1 at idle, looks to be fairly lean through that log. I'd personally get it running nicely with an idle target closer to 0.95 lambda first then dial it in from there
Why not link to the original discussion? https://www.facebook.com/groups/737420992943719/permalink/1530326236986520/ I'm fairly sure there's more to Link's modelled fuel equation than what Andy is talking about for his adap stuff. When you setup a "VE" fuel table with adaptronic it doesn't take into account the fuel type or fuel pressure for instance. Link/Vipec and Adaptronic are the main platforms I work on.
I think it would work, you might want to swap to one of the solenoid style ISCV's for the 1J that are available now so you save an additional 3x Aux outputs. eg: http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/Syltech-Idle-Air-Control-Valve-IAC-1JZ-GTE-for-Haltech-Microtech-Link-Standalone-/201726865037?hash=item2ef7dbae8d:g:4pUAAOSwuzRXcijZ