I dont know what conditions these solenoids are usually activated under but below is an example if it is just a single RPM on/off point. You can use any spare Aux output, ignition or injector drive. Set its function to "GP output", then choose the conditions that you want it active under. In the example below it would turn on when RPM goes above 4000RPM and turn off when RPM drops below 4000. You can add more conditions - for instance if you only want it on between 2000 & 5000RPM...
It is actually your MAP limit kicking in. All limiters in the G4 have a "control range", this is the range of variable being measured/limited that you allow the ECU to use to take limiting action over. By default if you have advanced limit mode turned off the MAP limit has a control range of 10KPa. In your case you have your MAP limit set to 235KPa, so with the 10KPa "control range", the ECU will start applying a cut at 225Kpa. Your log only shows you reached 224KPa, but since your logging rate is only 10Hz you probably missed that last little spike. So my suggestion is to increase your MAP limit to about 15Kpa above the max boost you intend to run. Note our RPM limit is similar - by default is has a control range of 200RPM - so it will start to limit 200RPM "early".
Hello Yuto, Only the Silver cased G4 Xtreme had Aux9/10 and built in E-Throttle hardware. The G4 Xtreme with the red case did not have any E-throttle hardware built in. It needed an external control box for the E-throttle control. These are no longer sold by us but I just spoted one for sale the other day: http://www.ebay.com/itm/182506142609 For the base map the closest we have is our supra base map it will just have no vvti settings.
You havent logged "Wideband 1" or "AFR Target", both of these are needed for the Mixture map. Here is the list of what you have logged:
In the PC logging screen there is a "add all" button at the bottom, click that will ensure everything is logged. Also if you update your firmware to 4.10.2 the ECU logging is much improved over the 4.9.3 version you are on now and will include all you need for mixture map tuning (any you wont need a laptop attached).
The AEM 0-5V output wire can be connected to any spare analog input on your monsoon. You will need to check in your map but most likely you will have AN Volt 4 or AN Volt 3 free (pins shown in pink below). If your wideband device also has a "signal ground" or "analog ground" then that should be connected to one of the green ground wires in the pic below. Yes your AIM dash can then be set up to display Lambda or AFR over CAN. Depending on how old your dash is you might need some help from me to do you a custom CAN stream to get it to display the right units. Get your wideband connected first and we'll cross that bridge if needed.
No you've still got something screwy going on. Trig 2 looked better when the pull up was on. Trig 1 maybe looks a little better with pull up off but is still not right. I dont know if its the sensor or the flywheel or your wiring but it is not going to run like it is.
Can you confirm crank sensor wiring matches below. Pin 1 "R/W" to +12V. Pin 2 "W/L" is the signal connected to ECU pin 13 Pin 3 "B" to ground
I agree with Steve and Brad here, based on the shape of your fuel table in that area you almost certainly have some sort of resonance in your FPR and/or MAP sensor. Usually changing the length of hose or take off location will correct it. Check this video from about 3:00 for an explanation: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4QF5BmQtXZA