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Brad Burnett

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  1. Just turn the hard limit on in the advanced settings
  2. turn on advanced rev limit settings. reduce the control range so it hits the hard limit with less effort.
  3. The help file in the software is context sensitive. If you are interested in trigger help, simply click on one of the trigger setttings and press F1 and it will take you directly to that setting in the help file. As far as the triggers go, you mentioned that you changed the cam wheel but did you also change the crank? Also, the 1998 Japanese STI engine is a version 7-9 and would not have needed the cam gear change.
  4. Blink, Shoot me an email at brad@enginelogics.com and ill see what I can get you as a base cal
  5. Hey guys, I have used both the x series gauge and inline controller in both analog and can setups. Both ways have been just fine. In the past, I have had to fudge the numbers in the aem calibration for the the ecu to match the gauge. I know that the aem ecus have a calibration gain that you need to play with to get the ecus to match the gauge as well. Hope this helps.
  6. Cam and crank are fine on unregulated 12-14v, as already stated a couple times. You can pair the coils up and have the ignition drives run 2 coils since they are internally regulated. As stevieturbo already said, If firing wasted spark, 1+6, 8+5, 7+4 and 2+3 as pairs I have base calibrations for LQ9 in Na, SC, and turbo. Only issue is that you will need to change the ignition to waste spark and reconfigure some outputs such as drive by wire and the what not. Other than that, you would only need to change the injector scaling as all my calibrations are set up for modelled fuel equation.
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    Loging AFR

    What motor is this? Is there a specific reason you are logging AFR Average? I would honestly be logging Lambda 1 and Lambda 2.
  8. With the traditional fuel equation, yes that is the appropriate process.
  9. Rich, I have been trying to get a 240sx owner to let me do this for a while. Only issue is that most of them are either too cheap or too poor to play with a legitimate tuning solution. Brad
  10. You will also have to turn advance mode on to see the limit control range. And it does have an effect even with the advanced mode turned off.
  11. Rich, I plan to be using just the E46 M3 DBW ITB actuator on a 1uzfe with ITBs and Subaru sti throttle pedal. Would you have the pin outs for the tps and motor on the m3 actuator? thanks, Brad
  12. If the map sensor reading is more than 10 or so Kpa off from what the internal baro is reading it will not calibrate. Try selecting different sensors in the list until you get one that is close to the baro reading then calibrate.
  13. You should be fine to use one ignition channel to drive 2 channels of an ignitor or 2 internal ignitor coils.
  14. Just curious as to why you changed to a 60-2 crank? I ask because I am running the standard crank and cam triggers with a sequential coil on plug set up with zero issues.
  15. Correct me if I am wrong, but I don't recall the sr20det engines to have an ignition condenser. Paul are your referring to the igniter/igniter chip? If so then yes you will have to retain that.
  16. that coil is going to require an external ignitor.
  17. What size injectors are fitted to the engine? What is the base fuel pressure? What is the max injector duty? As far as cam settings go, you will have to start with stock settings and play with them to get to max. But realize that playing with the cams will not make magical hp. It is more for moving the power around in the power band.
  18. If you look at page 13 of the LM1 manual, it explains how to modify the linear analogue outputs to what ever you so desire. You can then select the calibration to a cal channel. Set up a cal channel to input the values you programmed your LM1 to output . I would use cal 4-6 as they are intended for linear voltage inputs.
  19. I would recommend a G4+ Xtreme to run that swap. There are no plugin boards to suit that motor. But if you are creative and capable to repin the ecu connectors, you could make the appropriate plugin ecu for your current set up work with the quad avcs engine.Â
  20. Bob, This is on you drag bike correct? I didn't think you were using the fueling portion of the ecu. If you are using the fueling portion of the ecu then of course there is a way to change the fuel quantity under boost. Brad
  21. Jesse, Have you thought about using the cruise buttons on the steering wheel(if you still have the stock wheel) for the ALS input? If you have an aftermarket steering wheel, you could use the DI that the cruise buttons went to in the ecu for your ALS toggle. Brad
  22. Missed this. Are they going to replay this at some point?
  23. You will need to adjust the e throttle target table in the idle area. 1.8 in the base idle position table is a fair amount at op temp. Should be in the sub 1 area. You will need to add to the throttle table so the idle control has to do less work. Also are you using the idle ignition control? E throttle is lazy and the ecu can adjust ignition to correct idle faster than the throttle body. Hope this helps. Brad
  24. Hi, Im looking for short pulse width adder values for stock 2007+ Sti injectors. They are the dark blue denso injectors #058062530. I have looked into the Cobb software but the values don't correlate well to the GM style that they new software uses for the new fuel modeling. Â Thanks, Brad
  25. Simply change the trigger mode in the software to Subaru 7-10.
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