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Dave Kriedeman

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Dave Kriedeman last won the day on May 25

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  • Birthday 03/25/1968

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    http://www.protuningcairns.com

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    Cairns, Australia
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    HORSEPOWER,EFI,TUNING,MUAY THAI KICK BOXING, FISHING

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  1. Hi all, I just wanted to congratulate the team at LINK on a truly stunning upgrade to their WEBSITE. The colours and the layout etc really catch the eye. Very pleasant to scan through the pages. The format is very well laid out. Also not just the WEBSITE, but the company and products in general. I have been with LINK as a user and dealer since the conception of ViPEC and it has been sure great to be part of and also a witness to the transformation and growth of an already great product and company to a world leader in the Electronic Fuel Injection Industry. I have also really enjoyed working with the LINK team over all of these years and hope to continue doing so. So congratulations LINK and very well done. Keep going on this fantastic journey. Regards Dave Kriedeman PRO TUNING.
  2. Hi all, I just wanted to congratulate the team at LINK on a truly stunning upgrade to their WEBSITE. The colours and the layout etc really catch the eye. Very pleasant to scan through the pages. The format is very well laid out. Also not just the WEBSITE, but the company and products in general. I have been with LINK as a user and dealer since the conception of ViPEC and it has been sure great to be part of and also a witness to the transformation and growth of an already great product and company to a world leader in the Electronic Fuel Injection Industry. I have also really enjoyed working with the LINK team over all of these years and hope to continue doing so. So congratulations LINK and very well done. Keep going on this fantastic journey. Regards Dave Kriedeman PRO TUNING.
  3. Dave Kriedeman

    Dbw s15link

    Hi Vasilis, As far as i am aware the answer to your question is NO sorry. It may be a possibility to actually do, however i would not like to guess as to how much such a one off custom modification would cost. May i ask why you wish for DBW as opposed to the standard mechanical throttle. Regards Dave.
  4. Dave Kriedeman

    Dbw s15link

    Hi, there are some aftermarket DBW controllers on the market that have their own setting and calibration setups from their own software and control module. You would need to purchase a DBW PEDAL assembly as well as an appropriate DBW throttle body assembly. You would also need to purchase expansion loom kits for the PNP ECU to allow for extra AN VOLT INPUTS and OUTPUTS to interface with the DBW control module you choose. You need to then see before purchasing and committing to this if you will have enough outputs and inputs to work in conjunction with the control module you choose. Also find out if the unit has the capabilities of doing what you want it to do, if your wishing to get certain motor sports functions from it etc. Pay special attention to the unit you purchase as far as what safety features does it have inbuilt for sensor failure and limp strategies etc. Hope this helps, Regards Dave.
  5. I use proper OTG (ON THE GO) cables from GADGETS FOR GEEKS here in Australia. They are a Y shaped cable and allow for data transfer and device charging at the same time. The part number is (S - PC- 4562B) from memory it cost approx. AUST $15.00. Regards Dave.
  6. Decided to fit some Bosch Motorsports Injectors. Regards Dave.
  7. Hi, Yep that'll do it. Good find. Regards Dave.
  8. Hi, 10.21 volts cranking is getting low. Are you reading that voltage with a multi meter at the battery or on your laptop under RUNTIME VALUES. If you are reading that voltage at the battery the voltage at the ECU will be lower and it will not connect to your laptop. Try putting a charger on the battery, turn the ignition on, do not try to start it, see if the relay still clicks, check if you are able to connect the ECU to your laptop. Make sure your charger has at least 4 amps plus. If not use another battery or vehicle with jumper leads. Regards Dave.
  9. Hi all, chasing some info that seems to be eluding me. Vehicle 2007 WRX IMPREZA , Dark blue top feed injectors, number on injector is DENSO 058 0631 13 This does not match any injector number i can find for this WRX. I keep coming up with this DENSO number for the 565 cc injectors this is meant to be. 16611AA720 - 565 cc Dark Blue top feed 2007 WRX Injector for EJ25. I am after injector data to enter for a G4+ LINK PNP So minimum effective Pulse Width Injector Dead Time Values Injector Short Pulse Width Adder Any assistance will be appreciated. Regards Dave.
  10. Hi there, thanks for sharing this info, is there a link or anything to the new software to correct this issue. I shall GOOGLE their site and see if it is on there. Thanks again. Regards Dave.
  11. Hi Greg, Unfortunately the MARINE version is not going to be able to be modified, When LINK do something, THEY DO IT RIGHT, That sucker is sealed for ever. Sorry. Regards Dave.
  12. Hi Greg, have you considered having your ecu modified so that it is CAN enabled, takes 20 minutes and it is done. Only required if the Serial number is PRE 10 000. Regards Dave.
  13. Hi all, i haven't been on the forum for ages now. Wanted to start trying to get back into it and adding what ever bits and pieces i can add to help or confuse (ha ha ha). I was quite happy to see this post and find out about this app. I have been helping a very smart electronics engineer who lives overseas with a couple of electronic sports dashes that he has made along with many many other devices he builds. I have VER.1.00 of the dash at present for testing. I am currently working with interfacing via CAN BUS / OBD2 between his dash and my LINK G4+ THUNDER TEST ECU. I have this setup to my AUTOSIM 1 Engine Simulator, my laptop and a variety of colour touch screen displays , from 0.96" to 7", as well as Tablets and smart phones. I do this to keep my mind active and as a hobby. Just to throw more complexities into this bundle i am also at the same time interfacing Raspberry Pi and Arduino as separate devices, to achieve the same end result. From reading some of these posts i get the feeling some of the people posting maybe overlooking the easiest solution of all which i did many many years ago and that was to simply use a Windows based tablet , run PC LINK on the device and create as many dash layouts as you wish, data log etc and have the ability to tune if experienced. Using a USB WIFI dongle also allowing for remote tuning or at least tracking live data from the pits if at drift events etc. Most of you will already know this anyway. But the flip side of the coin using your phone or tablet and simply downloading a free app, gives you a cheaper and in some circumstances a quicker overall option. I am also running a WINDOWS 10 Latte Panda SBC with 10" coloured touch screen and PC LINK. So as i progress with my projects i will keep you all updated. I will also look into use and test this app now i know it exists. I have also considered adding an Arduino ESP WROOM 32 or equivalent for extra inputs etc and BLUE TOOTH /WIFI ability, which includes WIRELESS CAN BUS comms. I also have Arduino TEENSY's and all sorts of bits and pieces laying around. But for now i am keeping things simple and having physical connections and once everything is proved in the field, i may be silly and dive in the deep end. Bye for now Regards Dave.
  14. Hi, depending on setups i use either dual fuel table or 4 D fuel table. All comes back to the mechanical differences and VE of the engine along with many other variables. Next time you have this tuning hurdle try the dual fuel table option versus the 4D and look at the differences especially around 100 KPa or 0 MGP change over areas and the effects on the fuel table values and or the effects on the tune as the engine goes on boost. Food for thought. Regards Dave.
  15. Hi, i have done a ViPEC V88 that i modified for CAN BUS and then setup for the MICROTECH DASH. The CAN BUS would not work if the MICROTECH TEMPLATE was used in the DASH or the ECU. I had to use GENERIC, but i have not done a G4+ or i SERIES sorry. If i had the dash here still, i could set it up on my simulator and Thunder and work it out for you. But the instructions i had for the G4 and V series were incorrect, from Microtech side. I worked it out and got it working well. I will have a look into it for you if i get a chance. I am setting up a DASH 2 and DASH 2 PRO at present on G4 and G4+ ECU's. Regards Dave.
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