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  1. Midshipracer

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    Honestly guys, get this gauge instead. Much more up to date. Get the one for G4, had mine for 18 months very happy with it https://perfecttuning.net/en/gauge/69-universal-gauge.html
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    Rev Limit

    Cheers Scott, looks simple enough. Thanks again
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    Rev Limit

    Thanks Dave, i think you may be right. Here is my PCl file. Is there a way to PM here? MR2 GT3076 800cc Sard 4Bar 15V1 with Boost Control.pcl
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    Rev Limit

    One annoyance i have is my rev limit is supposedly set to 7200rpm but it cuts in at 7000rpm sometimes even lower. Is there an easy way to change this to 7400rpm? I obviously will not be going that high, didn't map my car. Also the way it cuts in is like a fuel cut. Is there a way to have the rev limit behave more like OEM? Layman's terms please Built MR2 Turbo with Garrett GT3076R
  5. I've had my G4 Storm mapped by 2 different companies, neither can get it to idle well once warm  Thing is once warm the intercooler fan comes on occasonally when warm (normal operation) causing the volt to drop then come back as the fan initially turns on. This in turn drops the revs and its start hunting from 850rpm to 930rpm, Its very noticeable. When i was running OEM ecu it wasn't doing this. It also has an affect when driving as it sometimes causes the car to stall if you do not save it with the clutch. Perfectly illustrated by, if you are driving and you let you foot off the gas to allow the engine to slow itself, it will start bucking once it gets to 1000rpm and lower. On the standard ecu it was not like this and would allow for overrun.  Is it possible to have it running like OEM on idle and have overrun back? Any help please thanks,
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