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  1. Hello everyone,

    I'm having difficulties getting an issue sorted on our track car and I'm not educated enough in analyzing log data to help determine the root cause of a cut out issue we are having.  The cutout which seems to me is an engine protection value coming into play is happening when coming out of a corner during acceleration.  My Tuner said that the PC Logged data that is attached won't work for him and I have to set up ECU logging in order for him to help.  Let me know if the attached file is able to be viewed and if any of you front of the class smart kids can pick up on anything.  Let me know if you need more info on the specifics of the vehicle or conditions in which the cutout is happening.


    Thanks in advance,





    Log 2018-06-22 1_53_22 pm.zip

  2. On 6/19/2016 at 9:12 PM, Scott said:


    Thanks for letting us know about the Vi-PEC website link. For now please check out http://www.linkecu.com/Dealers/USA-Dealers .

    Yes, you can use the CAN-PCB with a CAN EXT, but will need to remove the pins for the serial connection from the white plastic connector. This is because the serial pins are able to be used to tune the ECU, and if left connected the wires will act as an aerial, and electrical interference will cause the ECU to drop offline when attempting to tune with PCLink over USB.

    Pins 110 and 111 on the main ECU connector are where the factory CAN bus connects to the ECU. I would not recommend using this connection, as in the CAN setup you can not use one of the OEM CAN modes at the same time as aftermarket CAN configuration (on the same CAN bus).


    Hi Scott,


    Rather than starting a new thread I thought it would be best for anyone else searching to contain the information here.  I'm in the process of getting the Vi-PEC to communicate through the OBDII port so the vehicle can pass emissions.  I have the CAN-PCB & CAN EXT, could you elaborate on the process to get this compliant?  Seems a bit odd that this drop in unit cannot utilize the existing wiring that works with the factory DME to communicate through the OBDII socket.  


    Thanks in advance,



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