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  1. I’m not at a pc now, but it sounds like you are looking at the pinout for the wrong pcb version in pc link. The info in the printed doc and pc link should be the same as the manual is automatically generated from pages in the help file. The two fans connected to ign 4 just switch on together - effectively connected to the same pin. You can use any of those 3 ign4 pins for your coil, just have to make sure nothing is connected to the two you don’t use. the ecu has onboard baro so doesn’t use the factory one. The cat light pin can be used for something else if you wish.
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    1jzvvti base setup?

    MAF is normally connected to pins 21 or 9 in the HKS looms. Some of their looms have a seperate MAP plug already there but Im not sure about the JZX loom. There is unlikely an existing unused wire for the flex sensor, you can connect that to any DI from 1-8.
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    1jzvvti base setup?

    Yes. Load it into your (live) kurofune and all the Kurofune features will be assigned. You will then need to re-assign any inputs and outputs that dont match your wiring and if you are using an HKS adapter loom you will need to change the firing order to 123456.
  4. I dont think there is any harm in leaving the lockout at 4000. If you wanted to diagnose further, really the next step would be to get an oscilloscope capture of the crank and cam at idle and say 5000RPM, that would usually give you some good clues where the issue is coming from. It could be something as simple as the cam timing moves slightly out of the allowable range at high RPM for example - I have seen this before with engines that have been "decked" significantly or have mismatched heads/cases.
  5. Another thing you can try is set the trig2 lockout to below the point where your trigger issue often occurs. The ecu will then ignore the cam sensor above this RPM, if the error is related to the cam sensor or cam timing etc that may help.
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    1jzvvti base setup?

    There is one of my 1JZ base maps in this thread:
  7. I have seen this on a couple of 2jz’s before, usually just drop the proportional is all it needs.
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    G4 Fury

    The Link uses ISO15765 CAN OBD2 which your doc above says is supported. Here are the PID's that the Link ecu supports:
  9. Have you got a log showing the sub and main drifting apart like the original poster, or are you just assuming this is the cause of your tracking error?
  10. I think it is just mis-labelled. The numbers in that table are actually Hz. A number of 100%/Hz in the frequency table will give you 100% pump speed, 20%/Hz in that table will give you 20% speed.
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    OSS with Link Extreme

    Yes, the speed limiter will be the best option I think if you know the "roll speed" before the event. The "rolling antilag" feature (latched launch mode) uses RPM rather than speed so may not work too well with a auto trans. Set speed limit to ign cut, turn advanced mode on, and experiment with limit ign trim and the control range. Make the exit decay rate something like 20%.
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    Minimum pule width

    You didnt mention if your 2.8mS is effective or actual PW. I assume effective. If so I would expect halving that will be fine. Note you dont need to change the master fuel number - the ecu takes care of that in its background calculation. So, you can in theory switch between 1 engine cycle and 1/2 engine cycle injection rate without changing any other fuel settings. Most modern injectors will start to get "non-linear" below about 1.5mS, but they are still usually quite repeatable until a good bit lower than that. There are exceptions around though - for instance the old "Indy blues" were terrible at anything less than about 2ms, I suggest just try it and see.
  13. You said you had already installed V3.4, so the driver should already be installed? Is the comlink showing up in device manager or not?
  14. Was the stack dash showing a speed when you were testing it? I would expect if the dash is showing a speed the ecu would.
  15. Antilag is meant to work only when you liftoff from high RPM, it doesnt appear to be how you are testing it in the log. You will need to test it more like how it is intended to be used. Your basic setup looks ok and it appears to work in a couple of areas in your log where the RPM gets high enough. Be aware that your brakes will not work without vacuum so it is very dangerous to use it on a road car unless you have a pedalbox fitted or some other modification to the brake system such as electric vacuum pump.
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    WRC Launch control

    Do you have a DI engine like all those cars? They dont do anything too special, although their launch control strategy will include significant DBW throttle control as well as the normal ign & fuel cuts but mostly they are not popping and banging like a port injected engine because with DI you can use much more fuel cut without the normal wall wetting delays.
  17. I would just leave it flat like you have it for now. The general idea is at low loads where you dont need much ign energy you drop dwell back so the coils run cool, then only push the dwell up in areas where it is needed - typically with a road car this will be in the peak torque area, 4-5000RPM range.
  18. The 44S ecu is a G1 based ECU so I have moved your post to the G1 section. You will find the manual for the PossumLink 44S in the section at the top labelled "G1 Manuals". You will need to use PC Link V2.5 for this ECU. Im pretty sure the G3 drivers should work ok with the Comlink so check in device manager that the comlink shows up under Ports - COM & LPT. Note from memory the Comlink must be assigned to comport COM1-9. If it is not looking happy in device manager then post back and I will find a driver that should work.
  19. There is no reason why that wouldnt work, however there is no relay in the OEM set up, it gets its power direct from the PDM/BCM.
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    G4+ gtr plugin ecu

    The "fuel pump enable" relay is already there (Aux 6), note however the main fuel pump relay gets its power from the ignition switch which is not a great idea with a bigger pump. It would be wise to cut the wire off FP relay pin 3 and run it straight to the battery. You will want to cut the FPCM1 (aux 2) or FPCM2 (aux 1) wire off the FPCM and run that to your new controller.
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    G4 + Atom MAP sensor

    Something like this is typically how it is done. If you purchase a Link loom the 5V and sensor gnd would already be spliced for TPS & MAP
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    G4+ gtr plugin ecu

    It means you cant use the expansion connector, but Im not sure why you would want to anyway. Aux 1 and 2 are already in the trunk/boot connected to the stock GTR fuel pump controller so use either of those.
  23. 5V will be fine but for best results I suggest you add an external pull-up resistor. Pic below from the cherry datasheet suggests a 1Kohm pull up for 5V supply. The one inside the ECU is only 4.7K, so quite a bit weaker.
  24. Sera, this sounds like a problem we have seen before. It seems there are some specific 350Z's where the ABS ecu throws a wobbly if it doesnot get an acknowledge from the engine ecu within a few mS of power up. It is thought the Link ECU takes slightly longer than the factory ECU to send out CAN messages after boot up. It seems rare but I remember seeing 2 or 3 cases in the few years I worked for Link. The fix is to wire a relay in to the ABS ecu power supply wiring, so during cranking the ABS ecu power is cut - it then reboots, gets its acknowledge from the engine ecu straight away and is all happy. I will PM you a document describing what needs to be done.
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