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  1. Joe Bucci

    Aftermarket 4G63 Trigger Setup

    Good info here. Thanks guys! I will also be running the Kiggly 12 tooth crank trigger on my 4g63 along with a modified cam angle sensor like you have here.
  2. I played with this a little with my Fury set up on the kitchen table this weekend. Got it to connect following the instructions given in the .pdf above. I didn't work on it much more after that as my ECU is not connected to a car... and I read about the AN Volt issue. Glad You posted a fix for that Adam, thank you!
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    Cooling fan control

    That's correct. 1gs have a temp switch in the radiator.
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    4g63 boost control.

    Hey motomattx
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    Variable Traction Control

    Looks like you have to enable 3D tables in Traction Control configuration before it will let you access the axis option.
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    Variable Traction Control

    Great info guys, thank you. Is this in a drag application?
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    Evo 6 With Link G4

    Stu, who is your dealer/tuner? If you don't mind me asking.
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    4g63 boost control.

    4g63 guys. Cool.
  9. Looks pretty cool!
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    Dash with Fury

    Thanks for the reply Adam!
  11. Joe Bucci

    Dash with Fury

    A related question. Can I wire CAN2 to my dash and leave the CAN1 connector on the case empty?
  12. Hey guys. Long time DSM guy here. My current project is a 1992 Mitsubishi Eclipse. It will be fitted with an early 4G63 engine and Front Wheel Drive automatic transmission. The Link Fury I bought will be my first Link ECU. I have worked with Haltech in the past as well as factory programmable ECUs (DSMLink/ECMLink) and piggy-backs (VPC/GCC/ITC, AFC-II). I have been focused on building the chassis for some time. It was stripped and media blasted, then caged by Fathouse Fabrications in Indiana. I have collected various lightweight parts such as a chromoly K-Member and Wilwood brakes, as well as fiberglass and carbon body panels. The build head is complete. The bottom end is at the machine shop now. The transmission is just about ready. Time to mock it all up and start building the engine harness and wiring the chassis. The car will start with a modest turbo set-up, but the plan is for it to ultimately be a SFWD car. 72mm turbo, 24.5" tire, Air to Air, electric fuel pump, all glass, steel doors, 2400 lbs. I'm sure I'll have plenty of questions, but it looks like there are plenty of smart people in this forum to answer them. Any other people with 4G63 powered vehicles and Link Engine Management?