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Brad Burnett

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  1. Brad Burnett

    Accel enrichment

    I have a lot of experience with aggressive ITB engines, and i typically find that the fuel map will have a hump just off idle to aid it smoothness and drive ability.
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    Dbw s15link

    subaru sti pedals are easy to get for reasonable money
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    Dbw s15link

    I would wait for @Simon to chime in here. I have seen that most PNP units could have some board revisions done at link to add DBW ability.
  4. relay needs to be wired as follows pin 30 Battery 12v pin 87 fuel pump pin 86 +12v switched pin 85 ecu aux control to me it sounds like when key off pin 86 would still have 12v. When off the aux outs on the ecu rest at ground.
  5. Theres a base 1uz calibration in the standard software download.
  6. Some while back I had seen a third party device that was a toyota bean adaptor/conversion board. But i have searched this morning and cant put together the right search terminology. I want to say it was the guys at CANtrolls but could be mistaken.
  7. once you have the 2 aux outs config'd to fan relays 1&2 there is a fan tab at the bottom of the aux out section. Just configure the temp settings in there.
  8. Add some post start enrichment, it is zero at 90*c
  9. Brad Burnett

    Overrun ign trim

    Fuel->over run fuel cut->ignition retard
  10. It can really go either way. There is no real right or wrong there. It will just need to be tuned appropriately.
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    G4+ Storm SR16VE

    It is in the help file within the software.
  12. Aux 5 to 8 can not be Pulse Width Modulated (PWM) above 300Hz. Note that PWM frequencies above 300 Hz may be required to drive a tachometer for a V8 above 4500 RPM.
  13. If you just look at the status LEDs on the units during power up they will flash the corresponding IDs From the AEM instructions "MEDIUM MEDIUM (Simultaneous flash) Power up, flash count = AEMnet/CAN ID #"
  14. Did you config the gauge that is set up for bank 2 as ID2? Your CAN set up has its ID set up for that but did you config the actual gauge?
  15. I didnt have a chance to look at the logs, just glanced through the cal file. All the logs were titled "fouled plugs" lol.
  16. First i would put some fresh plugs in it and cut the values in the idle/low load area of the fuel pump by half(all the 77s). Whats your base fuel pressure set to?
  17. in regards to idle valve frequency, I have played a ton with frequency on some other 2 wire pwm valves. I have found that you can play with the frequency setting to get the motor to sound "right". In some instances the motor has a unique hum to it caused by the idle valve and adjusting frequency up and down can change the ton of this hum and also improve responsiveness of idle valve adjustments. Basically, there really isn't a "wrong" setting when it comes to the idle valve frequency and your set up will ultimately dictate your results. For most 2 wire valves, the setting of 200hz posted above is always a good starting point to work from.
  18. I will Chime in and say that this has happened to me many times. Ill go to a drift event and drive the better part of the day and there is hardly any logged data. My internal logger is triggered by rpm/tps conditions. I dont have near as much info as Tim but having the dash alarm to show when it has happened is a great idea that I would like to implement. Care to share some details there @Tim D? I gather its just config the ecu and dash for log memory on a CAN channel?
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    PC Logging

    could you upload a log and a cal here? Just to clearify, is this a pc log or an ecu log?
  20. Brad Burnett

    PC Logging

    Maybe a silly question, but have you actually taken a log?
  21. you can use either CAN bus (1 or 2) Will just need to configure the appropriate bus to see the CANLambda
  22. As adam said, hard to tell from screen shot. I would start by adjusting the calibration. I never try to rely on the closed loop control under wot. The control is just not fast enough. You need almost an additional 15% fueling to achieve the desired lambda for the given situation. If you really wanted to rely on the CLL to do this, you would need to crank up the gain value for the algorithm. Side note: if this is a car you recently did, it most likely might have a mechanical issue arising. Maybe something like a fuel pump failing, pressure regulator lost its reference line, etc.
  23. on the exhaust cam sensors, i would tie the sensor ground and associated shield into the same ground that is utilized for the factory crank/cam sensors. but if that is not viable, the standard sensor ground should be sufficient.
  24. I did a fury on a C30A not terribly long ago. Once i get home ill glance at my notes.
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