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  1. wastegate

    IS300 can issues

    Hi, I have a IS300 myself, although not running the xcessive/panicwire pnp kit, I repinned my loom to the right headers to suit. I don't have any issues.. It sounds like to me that the MPX isn't wired correctly on your loom and/or not going to where it suppose to go. Since you are using the IS300 2JZ loom, and using the panicwire patch loom, Check out pins E-5 (MPX1) and E-12 (MPX2) on the Link/Altezza header side loom, , make sure they are connected to the body loom and goto the body computer. On the IS300 loom side they "should" be connected to E4-21 (MPX1) E4-20 (MPX2). I'd unplug the
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  2. Adamw

    Gear Detection

    You map shows you are still on old firmware which is why gear detection isnt working. Anyhow, attached your map with manually entered gear ratios. Gear ratios fixed.pclx
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  3. Update: For what it's worth there is an o-ring in the VTC gear valve cover plate and sure enough the oring was damaged. I can only assume that I messed it up during install. I installed a new flat rubber oring, fired the car up and VTC is functioning on both sides. Issue: Fixed:
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  4. Just to update this one. M & W verified that the boxes can run two of their CDI coils and the Haltech CDI ones wired in pairs on one channel to accommodate a V6 twin plug application but if more spark energy is needed would be best to add the additional pair of boxes or use one of their new Pro-16b S4 boxes which can handle high speed two strokes applications as well.
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  6. Trim should be negative I believe if you want to pull boost duty out. But if you put -50% you will remove 50% of waste gate duty. If you target 70% duty then the remaining duty in 2nd gear will be 20% and not 35%.
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  7. Not a problem. I plan to have it professionally tuned once I have all the bugs worked out. I just need something to get me started with. Thank you very much!
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  8. Adamw

    Nissan speedo signal

    Go for a ceramic cap so polarity doesnt matter. https://uk.farnell.com/vishay/k105z20y5ve5th5/ceramic-capacitor-1uf-25v-y5v/dp/5812770 And you only need a 1/4W resistor, example: https://uk.farnell.com/multicomp/mcf-0-25w-22k/res-22k-5-250mw-axial-carbon-film/dp/9339310
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  9. Firing order in the software must be entered correctly 153624. But for wasted spark, coils need to be wired differntly, Ign output 1 to cyl 1&6, Ign 2 to cyl 5&2, Ign 3 to cyl 3&4.
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  11. Ok, it looks like your dash set up is wrong, you had no receive set up on CAN 2 and you had the Link RS232 receive turned on. So try the file below, I had disabled the RS232 and loaded a CAN receive template. Volcom86.pdc
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  12. I have never really used EGT's as a safety tool so dont have a lot of advice. Adding fuel doesnt usually make much difference assuming you are already richer than stoich. If you are leaner than stoich due to a fuel issue or something, then adding fuel actually increases EGT. Unless you are regularly exceeding what you think is a safe EGT then as a safety I would probably just do a limp mode type limiter if it were something I was worried about. As above, fuel is not often useful to control excessive EGT. But if you wanted to you would enable the individual cyl fuel tr
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  14. Can you attach your plex config.
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  15. Adamw

    dual fuel pumps

    Set the 2nd pump aux output as GP output, then give it conditions, I would suggest one of the conditions is the main pump is running - then the second pump gets shut off with the first for safety. Example below, main pump is on Aux 1, 2nd pump is on Aux 2, so second pump will come on above 120Kpa provided main pump is on.
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  16. You could do a virtual aux like below so if any of them go above say 750°C you take action. That action could be anything from flashing a warning light, add extra fuel, lower boost, or activate a GP limit, etc.
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  17. I dont see much wrong in your ECU set-up. Can you give us some pics of the CAN wiring just in case there is something obvious there.
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  18. I had asked a while back when the G4x wasn't released yet if Link could add a way of comparing two analog values to control an output (in my case I am controlling IC fans with the differential temperature of two temp sensors) and I never heard anything back on whether this could be implemented. I realize a majority of the requests on the wish list cannot be added, but this seems like a pretty basic and highly useful function to add to the software. So recently I was poking around in the G4x software and noticed you added the "Math" functions in the "ECU Settings" tab which is exactly what I wa
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  19. Got you. Sorry, did not spot any announcements about that. Will try and revert back in case of any further issue. Thanks
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  20. This was spotted fairly quickly and a new version was put up with a fix (6.18.32), another version with language support (6.18.44) has also been put up since that so grab the latest PCLink and firmware please and let me know if it's still a problem. Thanks
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  21. Adamw

    Aquamist HSF3 install

    If you need and injector signal and a MAP signal why wouldnt you just splice into those signals?
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  22. ACPMick

    Decel and hunt problem

    Well that worked pretty much perfectly. Thank you very much.
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  23. Yes they will work out of the box using the generic dash stream - or the Plex CAN is fully customisable if you want to send something that isnt in the standard stream. To connect to the plug-in CAN port you will want a CANPCB cable and a CANF plug.
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  24. Adamw

    RX8 DBW throttle pinout

    The E-throttle relay is strongly advised, you will lose some of the safety functionality without it. The Audi TT is originally a E-throttle car so the E-throttle relay is factory fitted, already part of the wiring.
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  25. Electredge

    RX8 DBW throttle pinout

    @Knox you don't need to wire the relay like that, however if you don't follow the diagram above then the ecu cannot provide any safety to disable the throttle body should it fail in any way. example : if for any reason your driving and the DBW faults and gets stuck in the open position you will have to try and quickly turn the car off... if you wire it correctly as above then the Link will shut down the DBW for you. Hope that helps
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  26. Adamw

    EGT sensor help

    There are two common types of EGT sensors. RTD's - these are a resistance based sensor and in laymans terms work similar to a coolant temp sensor. RTD's can be connected directly to an Analog temp input. RTD Pros: Simple connection, no amplifier needed, no special wiring needed. Cons: Max temp around 900C, generally slower response than TC's. The 2nd type is a thermocouple. Thermocouples only generate a tiny voltage (<50mV at max temp), so for connection to an ecu they need an amplifier to increase that voltage output. TC Pros: Higher temps (~1200C), can be faster response. Con
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  27. For reluctors it always triggers off the falling edge when it crosses zero volts. The falling edge is the only edge that is suitable for triggering in that pattern - the position of the rising edge would change with engine speed (waveform gets taller/teeth get wider as RPM increases) Yes, I think if you shortened that long tooth so you had 4 teeth the same size, 90deg apart that should work.
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  28. dx4picco

    EGT sensor help

    Outside the Thunder ECU, none of them is able to deal directly with thermocouple. You need to have a separate controller that outputs either CAN data or 0-5V signal
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  29. Hi, wanting to use the mixture map settings to tune the part throttle side of the table so its a nice drive as I feel this is a better way than on the dyno. So I'm getting decent data from it can anyone recommend some settings to use so I'm not pissing in the wind? Thanks,
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  30. Im using 2 Emtron dual wide band controllers. I dont have the latest software for them so I have to power them up from a Aux output. They power up after 20sec from ignition on without a CAN signal. I have CAN set up for errors but it shows just a number. I then have to go back to the manual to work out what it is. If i was to do it agian I would just buy 4 of the LINK sensors. So much less hassle setting them up.
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  31. Yes that should work ok. Also Cartek and Track formula have something similar.
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  32. In terms of dual channel the only one I really have experience with is the Motec LTCD. They seem reliable but are a bit pricey. HV Electronics have a dual channel one which seems reasonable on paper but I have no personal experience. @Ducie54 was using a couple from memory, he may have some feedback. Neither of these will provide much in the way of native error/status reporting. I believe the new Haltech one has a mode that is compatible with Link but again have no personal experience. The old silver cased ones were very slow, not sure if that has been improved in the newer one.
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  33. Someone like Element 14 or RS components should have them within a couple of days, otherwise any Link dealer can get you a CANPCB next day.
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  34. Adamw

    Bmw s50b30 engine

    Yes that will be easy with TP as the reference for VE and VVT.
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  35. Yes the temp side uses the Bosch Std NTC calibration. For the pressure use this:
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  36. Adamw

    VVTI Control for 2TR-FE

    Yep, 5V per division is for measuring the signal with an oscilloscope. Connect ignition switched +12V to one side of the solenoid and the other side to an aux output.
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  37. Working properly and neat
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  38. Adamw

    VVTI Control for 2TR-FE

    What makes you think it is 5V? Your schematic shows a traditional solenoid so it is far more likely powered by battery voltage (~14V).
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  39. Sookey

    TPS reading high

    After having a little play around with PIDs I found my ethrottle target was higher than expected, I then found that my idle speed control setup was causing the ethrottle target table to be increased. After adjusting this my TPS readings and targets are all good Thanks for your help!
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  40. Cbrandenburg

    Tuning D16Y8

    Thanks, I did a check with at 300 and 450 kpa. Mechanical Guage and Voltage all lined up, I would show you a picture, but can't upload a file. Max total size: 307.95 kB The AFR GTR Map is updated to my image. Thanks Crash Coursing. I really appreciate everything you and your team are doing, really keeps the depression away.
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  41. Sookey

    TPS reading high

    Thanks for the info, I was seeing it whilst the engine was not running but had it in setup mode so it was being controlled and could hear the hum/whine I will play around with the target and PIDs and see what I find.
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  42. Adamw

    Trigger Scope Log Look OK?

    Crank is wired incorrect polarity, cam is ok. Swap the +/- wires on the crank sensor and check base timing again.
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  43. The 2GR Cam triggers usually need pullup resistors to 5V added, from memory I used a 2k2 pullup ressitor to 5V on each of my cam position sensors in my 2GR MR2 with g4X ECU.
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  44. Adamw

    Change ECU type

    Your map below converted to Fury IO. That is the best way, start it, then bump it up or down until it runs best. As a very rough ball park: 400cc inj start with master about 24ms 800cc injector about 12ms 1200cc around 8ms. Fury 1JZSetupmapv2.pclx
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  45. lostsoul

    Cold Start

    Thanks Adam, Made the timing 15' in all of 0% TP and is better. https://www.dropbox.com/s/l2ja46c08cybrst/Idle Blip.png?dl=0
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  46. Adamw

    Cold Start

    Put Ign angle on a time plot and you will see the issue. You go from ~6deg target timing in your idle ign table to 35ish in the main table when you blip it, so the extra 30 deg timing is enough extra torque to hold the RPM high. Various ways you could fix this such as allowing the idle ignition to kick in earlier but I think that may have some negative effects when driving. I think the best fix would be to drop the timing in these 3 cells in the main ign table quite a bit:
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  47. Yes, the white wires in the shielded cables are for the trigger sensor grounds.
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  48. So just click on "CAN AN V2" in your custom stream and a little ... selection button will show up, click that and change it to CAN TC #*. Your TR will then be received as a TC of 0-150°C. You can then use that as a condition in a virtual aux to switch your E-throttle table and you can put it on your retard table too.
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  49. Adamw

    CLL settings

    Sorry for the slow reply. Yes, it looks like a bug. I will pass it on to engineering.
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  50. JohnB

    RPM LIMIT bangs

    I believe you need to enable “hard cut”
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