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Brad Burnett

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  1. trigger offset may vary depending on which cam sensor you are using. But my 1uz with COP had a trigger offset of -5. Pretty sure I was using the left hand sensor.
  2. Yes a link unit will do this. Im using a E46 m3 throttle actuator to control the Itbs on one of my own projects.
  3. injector is just a solenoid. The ecu will ground one terminal and the other terminal will receive +12v power from the injection relay. This information is also in the help file.
  4. Should be alright. May even add a touch of dwell at lower rpms. May have to play with it on the dyno to see if more or less dwell will help with power and aid in the avoidance of misfire.
  5. 1zz coils don't like dwell much more than 1.8-2ms. But that wont keep it from starting. I remember seeing a thread in this forum not to long ago of someone with some "plug and play" ignition harness that was nowhere near what it needed to be. Also CJ and Ducie are correct and you will need to use Ign drives 1-2-3-4.
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    Looks like you already have all the information needed. Not sure what more you are after?
  7. arming thresholds will normally increase with rpm. There is an example for the jz in the help file under "engine specific information" trigger offset being off by 1 degree will not play havoc. It will change based on engine configuration such as wether or not the head/block has been decked, timing belt stretch, etc. This value is basically just to get the engine ignition timing to match the ecu. As for the way the limiter sounds, if you turn on advanced mode in the limiter settings you can change the amount of cut percentage and the offset from the soft to hard limit to change the sounds to suit your liking.
  8. You can download the PCLink software. The help file in the software has a fantastic section dedicated to wiring and will answer all the questions you have listed here.
  9. That would work just fine there.
  10. Short answer.... NO. I would recommend something along the lines of this https://www.aemelectronics.com/?q=products/sensors-connectors-accessories/map-pressure-sensors/stainless-steel-psig-sensors
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    MAP problem

    I would try a different map sensor. May also want to see if there are any other trouble codes in the ecu.
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    you could also look into powertrain control solutions. They offer a unit with harness for 4l60/4l80 I believe the unit is the pcs2000. But I also think that this unit my have ended life and has been replaced by a newer unit.
  13. The s13 base cal in the software should be good enough to get you moving with some small adjustments.
  14. you could easily just set the e throttle table up so that at lower rpm where 100% ap only equals like 60% tp.
  15. The first one you listed there will be the best bet out of those 3 https://www.amazon.co.uk/Qiilu-Professional-Terminal-Harness-Crimping/dp/B076CJL1FW/
  16. yes you have to push the white tab crimp the terminals with an open barrel crimper standard is not ok. open barrel crimper should be available at like a frys or computer/electronics store.
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    Knock Control G4+

    If you set the threshold table to 1000 it will theoretically disable the knock control so you can fill in the table. That's how I initially set everything up.
  18. Im with clint. Think about it like an ITB turbo car. Most will use TPS as load on the fuel side for drivability and ease of tuning and simply run a 4d table to compensate for any inconsistencies in boost.
  19. Yes you can do that. I did it with my 3sge beams Altezza plug in when I went to ITBs. Although now I have made the ITBs DBW. LOL.
  20. Now I cant say for sure on the rotary trigger modes, but with a standard piston engine, if the trigger 2 is config'd to something other than none, there will be no spark. Ran into this problem on one of my own cars, was running 60-2 crank with multipoint and wastespark. Up graded ecu and trig 2 got mistakenly set to cam pulse and had me chasing my tail for a few hours.
  21. I have no input on this other than I do love my Race Tech Dash2 Pro.
  22. I would not recommend using the factory oil pressure sensor. I would recommend purchasing an actual pressure transducer to feed to the ecu. That will give you much more reliable data as the stock pressure sensors are very prone to failure.
  23. Recently had a oil pressure sensor short internally. Being able to view the 5v rail status in the runtime list is excellent.
  24. There is a ton of information right at everyones finger tips...…. From the help file
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