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    Slow reacting

    Have you guys had a chance to look at this? When connecting to some cars I am having to wait up to 20-30 seconds for PCLink to Connect and "catch up". This is painful if the ECU disconnects due to power issues or sometimes when cranking. HP Probook G5, Intel i5 Gen 8, UHD 620 graphics, SSD etc. It really seems to be something to do with the graphics driver. I have the absolute latest driver, I didn't really want to roll back.
  2. Thank you very much Adam!
  3. Hi Adam! Thank you for this. I have mostly sorted out a customer that made the same mistake buying a Haltech GaugeArt for his Link G4+. I have set up the ones you have specified but I might need some more. The customer requested these: - Battery Volts - TPS - Oil Temperature - injector duty - RPM I think all I need is the CAN IDs. Where did you get these from? Also, oil pressure is reading incorrectly. It reads -14 when there is no pressure so is it possible it's readiing absolute? I tried to offset but unsuccessfully. Thanks!
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    Slow reacting

    I have a HP 450 G5 (Intel i5 Gen 8, UHD 620 graphics, SSD, all USB 3.0 even though one port is USB 2) and it's slow. I have updated all drivers too. My day job is a IT professional so if you need me to have a look at anything please let me know. I haven't installed the older directx 9 yet. Will that help? Can you give me some details on the PCLink renderer?
  5. Dave, you are right on the money when it comes to sensor failures. Just to add my 2c I have a Ecotrons CAN Lambda with their supplied Bosch 4.9 Sensor installed in my GTR. It's about 2-3 years old and it is still running on the original sensor. It's mounted at about 2:30. Not ideal, but the best I could do. No issues though, so hopefully it lasts even longer. The Link CAN-LAmbda seem to be okay but I have two customers that are having sensors fail prematurely. One that I will be requesting warranty on shortly actually. Innovate..... I will never purchase another one of their products again.. LM2, MTX, etc, all rubbish. Controllers fail, Sensors die etc. I've got two dead LM2 controllers. Cost me $50 to freight them to the US, and they sent them back and said there was nothing wrong with them. Plugged them in and they failed. I agree 100% with you also regarding battery voltage dropping while they are plugged in - They die!
  6. Here is what I think will work better than my last post.
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    XS Expansion Loom

    oh, and something that needs to be added to the documentation (The colours so we don't have to pull the lid off the ECU to see what they are) : (GTRLink) Green = Sensor Ground Red = Sensor Power Grey = DI5 Brown = DI6 White = Volt 8 Blue = Volt 2 Yellow = Temp3 Orange = Temp4
  8. Absolutely perfect Simon. Thanks so much. I was going to do an axis on battery voltage, and have it pull out duty as the battery voltage drooped. But your way is much better.
  9. Hey mate, I was just about to post this exact same topic. You can indeed run the fan via PWM and with a solid state relay. The hurdle that I am not sure about is if the PWM ramps on at a reasonable pace or just comes on hard. I really want to ramp it on slowly over 3 seconds or so. I hope Link can sort this out. Would be perfect for fuel pumps too.
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    Knock feature

    I support this.
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    2x Target AFR MAPS

    I agree with this. We have two now, but we can't switch the second one with our own conditions (like with a virtual auxiliary) I need to set a Virtual Auxiliary so that it switches to a leaner cruise AFR target map for 5th and 6th gear. I can't have the leaner sections in my normal AFR target map because it makes the car bog a lot and feel unresponsive when it is passing through these cells. (I run 1.22 Lambda for e85 to get good range)
  12. So glad I found this thread. I have the exact same sensor - The ECA-2. I got the little hackers screen for the Ethanol readout. I was not keen on connecting all of those inputs to the analogue inputs, so splice in and just use a digital input. Â Â
  13. Wow... thanks guys! I will check it out and see if I can get it working with those settings. Your support is fantastic.
  14. Sorry - in Australia. Sending the unit could be possible though.
  15. Is there anything that I can do? I have a new unit here, and wanted to connect it via the CAN Bus. Are you able to "guess" the settings with the information that I Have given you?
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