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  1. Ok thanks mate I guess that’s the reason it’s not doing what I want then. Il have to leave it to the mapper to decide whether all the functions that are currently using up all the tables are necessary. Having cylinder 5 & 6 ign trim is taking up 2 and I’m not sure if that’s completely necessary along with a fuel trim The car in question is an r32 gtr using the vipec plugin. I am running a 3 port Mac solenoid which I have wired to 12v and to pin 25 i think it was, (the factory wastegate solenoid). i don’t see table 2 active when I switch to di6, even though I can see di6 is actively switching in the runtime values.
  2. current map with boost control switch.pcl
  3. The car in question is an r32 gtr using the vipec plugin. I am running a 3 port Mac solenoid which I have wired to 12v and to pin 25 i think it was, (the factory wastegate solenoid). i don’t see table 2 active when I switch to di6, even though I can see di6 is actively switching in the runtime values. Also I did get a warning at the top of screen when changing the table 2 to closed loop, it said that I needed to free up some tables, although when I look at the tables it does have boost table 1 and boost table 2 in there. Perhaps I need to free up a table? Il post the map in a second so you can see
  4. evening guys trying to setup switchable boost tables. so far I have wired in a 3 pin toggle switch (on/off/on) and my plan is to have low boost/off/high boost. ive wired into di5 and di6, and switched to ecu sensor ground. I have setup the di5 and di6 to gp input and have tested it is switching correctly via the runtime values dropdown. I have gone into boost control and multiple boost tables and set active tables to 2, and table 2 activation to di6. im trying to get this setup so all the mapper has to do is setup the tables. how can I confirm that this is doing what I want it to? I can see the active boost table is 1 in the runtime values but its not switching to table 2 when I move the switch? my plan was to have di5 low boost, off position no active table so it just runs wastegate pressure, and di6 high boost. does that mean I need to set it to 3 tables? or will the ecu run no boost table (wastegate pressure) if there is no di5/6 detected ie switched off? cheers dan
  5. have just installed r35 gtr coils into my rb26 and looking to setup the dwell table. The suggested dwell settings below which I have set into my dwell table I understand, however im not too sure what they should taper down to at higher rpm? also is it worth increasing the dwell at low rpm to aid with starting? map file attached r35 coils fitted dwell.pcl
  6. Ok cheers Adam. Just to confirm that the resistor is to be tee'd between the 5v supply and return signal like below? Shame this can't be done internally through the ecu
  7. Rather than start another topic I thought I’d just continue on here. I decided to upgrade the gt101 sensors to the more popular cherry hall sensors now. Just wondering whether these will be happy off the 5v supply that I was running to the gt101’s or if they need a 12v supply? And if so where would be best to get that from? (It’s an v88 plug-in r32 gtr) cheers dan
  8. yeah im using the gt101's because that's what I ran with the old kit, but I had hot start issues with the old style triggers. have synced up the new triggers now and the hot starting has improved massively
  9. Thanks Adam, reason I ask is I'm sure I read somewhere that the g101 sensors were more accurate when set to rising edge on the crank and falling on the cam or vice versa. So just wanted to confirm.
  10. Hey guys so I'm currently running an early Ross trigger kit on my rb26 and have one of their new kits coming which is a better design as per the pic. The early kit has 12 pointed teeth on the crank, the new one has square edged teeth, and the old cam trigger had an indent, where as the new one has a tooth. Using gt101 sensors. Just looking for for what settings I should use on this, ie rising edge or falling edge on crank/cam? Cheers dan
  11. Ok thanks guys I will get another log of it when it takes longer to fire up. That was probably not the best example also im unable to adjust the height of the sensors as they are preset in the mounting brackets that they are supplied with (ross performance)
  12. try this I think this is one of the logs I did a little while back Log 9-03-19 12;00;24 pm.llg
  13. I’m running a ross 12-1 trigger setup on my rb26 and have issues with cranking time. She doesn’t fire up straight away and cranks over for approx 5 seconds before firing up. It’s a 12 tooth crank trigger and 1 indent cam trigger. Ross have since changed the design of the cam trigger to a tooth rather than indent, not sure if this would make any difference?
  14. I've been looking for a windows tab with x2 USB ports with a 7" screen but no luck.. (needs to be around 7" to fit into the factory centre console). Has anyone got any links to someone who makes one with 7" screen and x2 USB?
  15. So how will I know which tablets have bios? im going to purchase a tablet but struggling to find one that has 2 USB ports AND 7" screen. Might have to get a single USB and then use an adaptor, I've seen ones that have 1 micro usb female and 2 normal size USB female ports, not sure wether connecting these into one single USB port on the tablet will allow for charging and comms together? (I was under the impression that a single USB port can transfer data and charge from more than one input source on a single port?)
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