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  1. Ok, I'll give it a try. I've just calibrated all the gears yesterday, as it happens. So I'll try that.
  2. Specs as follows: Ej207 short engine with ported 205 heads (2001 wrx) Kelford 272 cams Equal length headers 550cc injectors Perrin silicon intake, Cosworth intake (pod filter and MAF tube) 3inch turbo back exhaust Kinugawa td06/20g 2005 STi intercoole That's the main specs. Cheers
  3. Let me know if you need more info, or a copy of the ECU mapping
  4. Hi there, I'm having a bit of trouble with the boost control on my V7 WRX. Its fine in fourth gear, holds well and is smooth. but in third gear, it fluxuates badly. I've tried adjusting wastegate duty, and and adjusting the turbo dynamics, but I'm a bit lost. I've attached a log in fourth and one in third. cheers  fourthgear.llg thirdgear.llg
  5. One last question, can the 44S be run with a temp sensor in the inlet manifold? or is that a no go?
  6. Ok, cheers, probably just swap the antilag chip over to the known good one then Thanks
  7. How hard is it to swap the processors over to the good board? And the faulty board was looked at by Link early this year and no fault was found. Also, firmware? any updates available for these two?
  8. I've got two 44S ECU's for a 01 WRX at home, just want to know what the firmware versions are for the two. First one has: subwrx2k 150402, slave2kc 150402, and s01wrxf code 775 written on the chips. Second one has: subwrx2k 031202, slave2kc 031202, and s01lagwx 775 written on it. Are there any firmware updates available for these two? Another query, the second one of the two listed has an intermittent misfire issue, I've traced it to number 4 cylinder injector not getting a full signal from the ecu, I oscilloscoped the signal and it only showed around 7v from memory. It seems likely to be an earth problem, but the other 44S in the same car is fine, no issues so I'm not sure.
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