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  1. wiring for gauges

    You wont be able to do either option easily. Sending a "simulated sensor" signal out of the ecu would need analog voltage outputs which the Xtreme doesnt have natively. It could be done using PWM outputs and a RC filter but it is going to be a lot of messing around to get it to work accurately. To do the other option you would first need to reverse engineer the communication network that system is using, then built some sort of interface than converts from the ECU CAN or predefined Serial streams to the Defi protocol. It will be easiest to duplicate the sensors. They could also be shared but you will need some equipment to verify the calibrations.
  2. The best way to get some clues for what Aux 1 was connected to will be to look at the map. I would not do a firmware update yet as if that is on really old firmware (prior to 4.4), you will have lots of settings to fix after the update. You should still use the latest VTS (V4.10.2) to connect to the ECU and save the map out of it. To power up you just need ground on pin 34 and +12V on pin 5. Connect to VTS (green online indicator at top right of screen), then go >file>save as.
  3. Storm RX7 FC Turbo II Wiring

    You will need the "Circuit opening relay", this controls the main relay that supplies power to fuel pump relay and injectors etc. This may not need to be connected to the ECU but it will need to be connected to something. You will have to research how the circuit works in this car or post up a schematic and I can advise. I cant find any info about what the "port air solenoid" does - I suspect it is emissions related but dont know. The PRC solenoid is not needed, this would have originally been used to increase the fuel pressure during hot starts. Get rid of that solenoid and just connect Fuel pressure reg hose direct to manifold. The other two solenoids controlled the Air valve so they are not needed either.
  4. St205 Dwell Times or St185

    If the ST185 dwell table works better for you then by all means please use it.
  5. 4age 20v blacktop base map , g4 link atom 2

    Here is something to get you started. You will need to check trigger offset yourself with a timing light. You will need to check my input and output assignments match your wiring (Note I have assigned Tacho and fan under ign outputs). G4+ Atom 4AGE 20V Stock NA startup.pclr
  6. IGN feedback (ICMB pin)

    Correct, no aftermarket ECUs use the feedback pin, commonly called ICMB or IGF. Just 3 wires needed to each coil.
  7. 4age 20v blacktop base map , g4 link atom 2

    Hi Jimmy, I dont have a basemap but it is a simple engine and I do have enough info and experience to knock up something that will get you running. Can you give me a quick rundown of your engine... Is it stock injectors, NA or turbo, still distributor?
  8. Which E Throttle and pedal ?

    For the TB, you can pretty much use anything but it will be easier for you if you can get one of the models that we have tuning information for to fit. There is at least a partial list in the help file below, but that may be missing some, for instance we have plugin ecu's for WRX V10 and audi TT but they seem to be missing from that list. If you want to use something else and are not familiar with PID tuning then you could send it to us for testing (this would be free). For the pedal, again you can use almost anything that will fit in the space. @Brad Burnett has often suggested on here a Suburu one that is a nice universal design (he may pop in to give more info later). The last install I done I found a VW at a "u-pull-it" type place that was nice and easy (forget what the model was).
  9. Mazda alternator control

    If either of you guys have any decent information on how the alternator works and what it needs to control it I will take a closer look at if we can do it.
  10. Fuel Trim table 4 missing

    You are limited to 30 tables in the G4+ ECU's (It is usually quite difficult to use them all up!) , but you have already used up all 30, that's why it wont allow you to add the last. When I loaded your map into an ecu here PCLink popped up a warning saying that too many tables were allocated so it should have been clear. You can see what your tables have been assigned to by viewing the "table allocation" item at the bottom of the ECU settings tree I will paste a copy of yours below. You dont really need all individual cylinder trims active unless you have individual lambda probes in each primary to be able to tune individual cylinders. A Typical install wouldnt use them at all but some tuners might turn on one or two to add a little extra fuel to the hottest cylinder if they know the engine is prone to damaging certain cylinders. You also have 4 individual cylinder trims enabled which is unlikely needed.
  11. Turbo Speed Input: G4+ Thunder DI 11-16

    Unfortunately no sorry. The next firmware release is still a few months away, I have been pushing to have this function fixed for release so hopefully it will be.
  12. Missing Cable? ECU to USB

    The cable you are missing has part number #CANPCB. This is what it looks like: http://dealers.linkecu.com/CANPCB_2 You can search for a local dealer here: http://www.linkecu.com/dealer-network/ Most dealers would not have this part in stock but our UK warehouse has them in stock so it wont need to travel too far.
  13. How does CAN logging / refresh rate interact?

    Here is where you adjust that:
  14. How does CAN logging / refresh rate interact?

    The logging will still be limited to the 100Hz or 40Hz limit regardless of the data source. Although the ECU can still receive, process and use the data much faster if it is used for internal calculations - it will only be time stamped and written to the logging memory chip 100 times per sec. The maximum rate for transmitting CAN messages out of the ecu (for say an external logger) is limited to 200Hz.
  15. Map Limit or not?

    He said originally that it had "external boost control" so I assume that means independent of the ECU but maybe that was a bad assumption...