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  1. Jzx110 E throttle set up questions

    The hum is normal you can adjust the E throttle frequency to see if this can be reduced, It is typical for it to run warm. What you are seeing in the runtimes is normal.
  2. Link identification !!

    Switch 1 moves 1 tooth 2 is 2 teeth 3 is 4 teeth 4 is 8 teeth The total is the sum of all switches turned on. Generally theses boards were expecting a gap at about 60deg before TDC #1
  3. Link identification !!

    Sequential is not really worth the worry as the ECU reverts to group fire above idle. I would just do a reload and then check timing. (switches on subboard adjust timing. The more on the more retard.) Then adjust master to get a suitable level of fuel at idle and then tune from there.
  4. G4 storm onboard map sensor

    Flick us an email tech@linkecu.com it will depend on the sensor range you want to go for.
  5. Link identification !!

    Circled them in red in the top left corner as picture is viewed.
  6. Can I adjust speedo?

    Its a function in the ECU. On the Digital input there is a calibration figure. Adjusting this allows for different wheel sizes. A Digital Input may be connected to an electronic wheel speed or vehicle speed sensor (typically located near the output of the gearbox, or as an output from the vehicle dash board) to enable speed to be calculated. These Digital Inputs can then be used to configure the Driven and Non-Driven Speed Sources. The Calibration number allows the ECU to calculate speed in km/h. Note: In some cases erratic speed signals can occur due to unusual speed signal shapes. Changing from Rising Edge to Falling Edge or vice versa may help with this problem. This problem usually presents as random spikes of increased speed. Set-up Procedure: The Calibration number is the number of pulses received over a 100 m distance. Method 1: Drive the vehicle at a known speed and adjust the calibration number until the Vehicle Speed Runtime Value displays correct. Method 2: Wheel Speed Sensors Only. Calibration Number = (Number of Sensor Teeth / Wheel Diameter) * 31.83. Note that wheel diameter is in meters (m). Typical values for speed calibration numbers range from about 170 to 280. The maximum frequency the digital input can accept is 500 Hz. Note: Wheel Speeds can be checked in the Runtime Values Digital Inputs tab
  7. G4 storm onboard map sensor

    Preference would be for us to do it but it is something that a someone with suitable tools can also do with out to much trouble.
  8. Can I adjust speedo?

    If you are changing tire size you would be better to rescale the digital input calibration so then the ECU is reading the correct speed and just passing it through.
  9. Link identification !!

    They are 2R2 1watt resistors generally when these are burnt out it indicates another issue, the most common is the unit has been over voltage. Generally there will be other damage that as caused the excessive current draw.
  10. Link identification !!

    That there is a G1 Linkplus to suit a 60-2 trigger wheel reluctor on a 4 cylinder application. The manual can be found http://forums.linkecu.com/applications/core/interface/file/attachment.php?id=2537 I also suspect that is not a functional unit as there are two resistors missing on the main power supply input so would be very surprised if it functions at all.
  11. G4 storm onboard map sensor

    Yes this can be done the 4bar or 7 bar options being the easiest as they come in the same package as the 2.5
  12. VAG E-Throttle PID Settings

    What happens if you are on open loop idle control? So that the requested throttle position is static?
  13. Extra secondary injectors on 13B

    Yep just a case of adjusting the staging figures to suit the changed ratio.
  14. Innovate Wideband LC-2 VS MTX-L

    What ECU are you trying to wire the units up to?
  15. F20c trigger setup

    Inlet cam is used the exhaust is not required.
  16. Question about the jumpers

    Most likely a mistake during packaging missing putting one jumper in. Make sure it hasn't dropped off in the bag and might still be in there. The jumpers are relatively common and often used in PCs so a very good chance one can be found locally.
  17. Some confusion with onboard knock control

    Only trims will be the cylinder ones if you have set it to trim cylinders individually. However if you only have one trim table and all cylinders assigned to it then it would operate as a global trim.
  18. CAN dash setup

    No resistor in the candash cable but it does have the TX and RX serial wires connected which will cause issues with the PC coms when connected.
  19. Denso type ISC valve problem

    You are on a monsoon so there is no setting it will always be lowside driven.
  20. Daihatsu L700 VVti Wiring Problem

    XU1 is the signal from the ESC, XU2 is the ground and XU3 is the power supply.
  21. Simon, NEED HELP PLEASE

    Same rules apply can only run USB or Serial not both together. However CAN and USB will work but must have no wires on the TX and RX pins on the same header.
  22. CAN dash setup

    Yep
  23. Engine fan control

    We are finally at a point where we are back to a full team and have cleared the back log. The benefit of the forum though is there are a lot of clued up people and dealers such as Clint there to help.
  24. SUBTOY36

    For the black top then sub24new would be required sub toy 36 would suit the caldina 3SGE
  25. launch with speed sensor

    Main bit will be having a non driven wheel speed input into the ECU. Then have a read through the PC link help file on all the options to get an understanding of what the settings do. Navigation: G4+ ECU Tuning Functions > Motorsport > Launch Control
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