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  1. Grant Baker

    Yb Cosworth base map for fury

    Hi Where are you based?
  2. Grant Baker

    Variable Traction Control

    Awesome - that is an easy fix then!
  3. Grant Baker

    Variable Traction Control

    Interesting. When I press "X" to setup the axes, I cannot change them. The Axis setup option is greyed out.
  4. Grant Baker

    Variable Traction Control

    Hi, I've a request from a customer who we do race support for... Currently we have 2 traction levels setup using a DI switch, but he's requested a rotary multi-position dial to alter slip level. Is this feasible? Link Fury BTW.
  5. Grant Baker

    1jz non vvti

    We've fitted quite a few Storms and Xtremes to 1JZs now... Not plug and play, but work great! Where in the UK Are you?
  6. Grant Baker

    Low Vacuum, unresponsive throttle

    Hi Just converted a customer's car from a modified stock ECU to a Link Fury. It's a BMW M54 3.0 engine with a Rotrex Supercharger. It drove in on the stock ECU with MAF. Now it's "running" on the Fury, I've noticed 2 issues... 1) MAP is 97-98kPa at idle at it's lowest, and tends to be closer to 99-100kPa - MAP Sensor is tested and working. Have swapped it out just in case. 2) Throttle is totally unresponsive. The plate is physically moving, but the engine revs do not alter at all when the plate opens and shuts! I have pressure tested the system and found 1 major air leak, which is fixed, but there is a small "hiss" somewhere that I can't find. Looking for an opinion or two! Is the small air leak going to be the cause of the above issues? PCL File attached if anybody is interested. M54SuperChargedFuryVAN3.pclr
  7. Grant Baker

    BMW M54 Trigger Offset

    Interestingly... This one has a trigger offset of 0deg...
  8. Grant Baker

    BMW M54 Trigger Offset

    Thank you Adam
  9. Hi It would be useful in the Triggers tab in Runtime Values to show whether the Ignition and Injection outputs are firing. For example - Ignition 1 - Not Active / Attempting to Start / Running Injector 1 - Pre-crank Prime / Not active / Attempting to start / Running
  10. Grant Baker

    Differential fuel pressure - Nominal fluctuation range?

    We get this on stock regulators on the VAG 1.8T engine when the in tank pump is uprated. A decent FPR fixes it...
  11. Grant Baker

    BMW M54 Trigger Offset

    Hi Guys, Don't suppose anybody has Trigger offset information for the BMW M54 engine? We have Trigger 1 & 2 on falling edge.
  12. Grant Baker

    Disable "Engine Fan" functionality

    This is annoying and I've found this myself! If you don't have a fan defined, but do have a fan on/off set in fan control, the idle-up still takes effect!
  13. Grant Baker

    Easy DI Function Search.

    Hi, Just an idea... It would be great if there was a way of searching for what a DI controls. For example, you have a DI x set to activate Boost. You may want it to do other things and have it activating a less agressive traction control, alternative fuel map etc. A simple "Search" for DI x shows all the things that DI x is assigned to?
  14. Grant Baker

    CAN label

    Did this ever go any further? I'm receiving a lot of data via CAN into a Fury (from a MoTeC dash and PDM) and it takes ages to remind myself which CAN DI does what. It would be great to have labels attached to the CAN DI and CAN ANA inputs...
  15. Grant Baker

    BMW M54 Dual Vanos Wiring

    Hi Just wiring in an M54 BMW engine with a Wire in ECU. There is no vehicle specific engine information in the help file. Does anybody know if it is the same as the S54 in terms of setup? I assume that although there are 2 cam sensors, we just wire in the single LH Exhaust sensor to trigger 2, and LH Inlet to a free DI? Configuration Engine Type 4 Stroke Cylinders/Rotors 6 Firing Order 1-5-3-6-2-4 Ignition Setup Ignition Mode Direct Spark Spark Edge Falling (Dwell Edge = Rising) Ignition Delay Installer to set Trigger Setup Trigger Mode BMW S54 Trigger 1 Trigger 1 Type Reluctor Trigger 1 Filtering Level 1 Trigger 1 Arming Threshold 0 1000 2000 3000 4000 5000 6000 7000-> 1 3 5 7 7 7 7 7 Trigger 2 (Wired to Exhaust LH Cam Position Sensor) Trigger 2 Type Hall Trigger 2 Filtering Level 2 Trigger 2 Pull up On Trigger 2 Edge Falling Trig2: VVT Cam Type Exhaust / LH Offset 25 Calibrate Ref Timing Trigger Offset 276 (must check) VVT Control Cam Control System BMW S54 Dual Vanos DI 1-4 (Inlet / LH Cam Position Sensor) Function Cam Position Cam Type Inlet LH Pull up Resistor ON Active Edge Falling Offset 115 Aux 1 (Inlet / LH Cam VANOS Solenoid) Function VVT Solenoid Cam Type Inlet LH Frequency 50 Hz Aux 2 (Inlet / LH Cam VANOS Solenoid) Function VVT Solenoid Cam Type Inlet RH Frequency 50 Hz Aux 3 (Exhaust / LH Cam VANOS Solenoid) Function VVT Solenoid Cam Type Exhaust LH Frequency 50 Hz Aux 4 (Exhaust / LH Cam VANOS Solenoid) Function VVT Solenoid Cam Type Exhaust RH Frequency 50 Hz
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