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  1. Great, so with a 1k resistor I can use the same values as when wiring throug the AN temp inputs?
  2. I've used up my AN temp inputs on my Thunder ECU but still have a few AN volt inputs free. Anyone setup standard ECT sensors through an AN volt input with a resistor between 5v and input pin? Would be nice if someone had something already mapped out with voltage vs temp using a certain resistor
  3. Fantastic support as usual from the Link crew, thanks for making sure we could startup the engine during the weekend
  4. I realize it's Saturday but I urgently need an unlock code for my G4+ Thunder ECU! I am sponsored by Link so the ECU comes directly from the head office through the marketing department and I forgot to ask for the unlock code earlier. Now we're just days away from a test day and need to get the new engine started up asap. If anyone can help me with this matter during the weekend it would be highly appreciated! Please contact me through the forum or through .... This is the car: https://www.facebook.com/RevlineTimeAttack/
  5. Quick update. It's working fine through the CAN input/output on the D main connector.
  6. Just to confirm. There's no problem sending the dash stream through the CAN on the main connector?
  7. Thanks. I must have forgotten about it but probably I'd removed the pins internally in my old G4+ Xtreme. Because I'm using the same cables as was working with both CAN and USB with the Xtreme unit.
  8. I just finished hooking up the new Thunder ECU in place of the old G4+ Xtreme. Everything seems to be working correctly and I can connect to it with the laptop but ONLY when I have the CAN cable to the AIM dash disconnected from the ECU. If the CAN cable is connected PCLink cannot find or connect to the ECU. It doesn't matter if the dash is powered on or off. The dash is displaying ECU data over CAN so the CAN connection is working. I had this similar problem in the past when switching between 2 different G4+ Xtreme ECU's. Very critical to get this fixed.
  9. I tested the new fuel based gear cut on the dyno. Seems to be working fine Thanks for that function!
  10. Now with 100 channels available it takes a long time to download the log file, even after a short 10 min sprint which can be valuable time when in the middle of a race session if you need to investigate something. What can be done in this area? Upgrade USB interface to a higher standard? Look into downloading data through LAN or WLAN?
  11. I want to change to a drive by wire throttle body but can't until the ECU can accept a throttle blip input for when I'm downshifting with my seq. gearbox. I'm using an external Gearbox Control Unit for the paddle shift. Today I'm using a pneumatic blipper on the throttle wire activated from the GCU. If the ECU would accept a signal to blip the DBW the GCU could instead initiate this signal to the ECU. Ideally in the software is should be a target TP% or target rpm spanned per gear.
  12. Hmm some more thoughts... the issue with reducing the fuelling outside the flat shifting function is that for the events that are NOT cut it will run super lean. E.g. if I set to 80% ignition cut, the 20% events that will be ignited will be very very lean if I reduce a lot of the fuel. So I'm not sure how healthy this solution would be.. The best solution would be to retard the ignition a bit and set a table with fuel cut e..g cut 80% of the injector events.
  13. Yes exactly, the Gearbox control unit outputs a signal wired into a digital input. I could either add a 5d fuel table with rpm vs digital input and reduce up to 60% fuel during the shift. 60% seems to be the maximum value in the compensation tables. But switching to another fuel table should give greater control. The shifts are very quick though and I hope there won't be any lag in the switching events.
  14. Thanks for clarifying that. Please look at prioritizing the fuel cut shift option. With the current setup I will have to lift the throttle to avoid the effect of anti lag during shifting. Maybe I can setup a compensating fuel map to reduce fuel during shifting. I don't have PCLink right here but hopefully there is some status I can span the table against (such as gear shift active, clutch input or gear shift ignition trim/cut etc).
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