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  1. VAG E-Throttle PID Settings

    Hi Did you figure out what the problem was? Regards Hans
  2. [UPDATE] PCLink 5.6.5.3338b Released

    Whats the problem with the DBW idle control? I've just installed e-throttle and I definitely not want to install an external idle control valve... Regards Hans
  3. Missfire on idle

    Thanks TimmyD for your comments and input! 1. Yes you are absolutely right about that. 2. I guess the engine must have what it wants. I'm not ready with the tune yet so maby this number will change. 3. I also noticed that the engine speed was slightly on the low side but it wasn't any load on the engine such as cooling fan or power steering. And if so I guess that the lambda value should "change" over a longer time and not like a glitch. Maby the NGK spark plugs isn't optimal for this engine with petrol, wild guess... The search for the perfect idle continues
  4. Missfire on idle

    Yes I know, that attempt was in another tune file.
  5. Missfire on idle

    Many thanks. I've tried to set the lambda target to 0.96 at idle but without any success. Maby I'm to fussy and simply have to ignore these events.
  6. Missfire on idle

    Thanks for fast respons. Actually I'm blipping the throttle randomly. But between these you could see the throttle and pedal untouched and still lambda readings above 1 just like a missfire. See at file time 8.40.525 where lambda pops up to 1.02. Can't claim that the tuning of the throttle is finished, but at least at that point the engine seems to just missfire for no reason. For info I'm having NKG bcpr7es spark plugs with 0.5 mm between the electrodes. Running E85 in the summer but now it runs on petrol 98 RON (not shore on the RON but here in Sweden this is the highest octan petrol)
  7. Missfire on idle

    Tune file attached. To Link Forum.pclr
  8. Missfire on idle

    Hi Wonder if anybody could have a look at my log and guide me in the right direction what is causing the small missfires that you could see when lambda running lean. This a under a very short time but you certainly feel them and I been trying to understand why they occur. The car is a Audi S6 with 5 cylinder 20 valve. The original engine block has been replaced by a diesel block from the 2,5 TDI. Many things in the engine are new, pistons, bearing and so on. Original cams and intake manifold. The head has been renovated and slightly ported by a professional engine tuner. Now its running with e-throttle. Regards Hans Log 2017-12-25 3;28;33 pm.llg
  9. Boost vs TP

    Many thanks Brad for your answer. I realised that after a while. Regards Hans
  10. Boost vs TP

    Hi Is it possible to set up a table with percent boost target vs TP(Main) in my Fury. For example, I don't want 100% boost target when TP is at 50% and so on. Regards Hans
  11. Accelerator pedal

    Hi I've converted my Audi S6 from wire throttle body to an ETC. I've used a Volvo throttle body and a accelerator pedal from an Citroen C5 (Bosch 0280 752 241). Now I having some issues with the voltage output from the pedal from both main and sub. The voltage goes from about 0,2 V to 0,4 V from closed to fully open throttle. As I've now understand, but not absolutely sure, the pedal could be equiped with a hall sensor instead of as a traditional potentiometer. Is it possible to get it to work if the pedal is equiped with hall sensor with my Link Fury? Regards Hans
  12. Electronic throttle body

    Many thanks Scott! /Hans
  13. Electronic throttle body

    Ok thanks for the help. Do you have any suggestions of a suitible TB for Fury that you know is relativly easy to tune? Regards Hans
  14. Electronic throttle body

    Hi Scott Looks like the Bosch PN is 0280750146 for this TB. This is what I've found when searching for pinout: Going on the second image with the ecu pins, info for a B5354T7 2009 model with a 30711552 throttle body: TB PinControl module terminalSignal typeIgnition onIdleMiscellaneous1A75Throttle unit motor, control signal (-)-PWM signal U top=Ubat Pulse ratio 0-100%. The polarity of the control signal switches when the damper motor is to be deployed in the opposite direction.The throttle motor is controlled using a PWM signal from the integrated power amplifier in the Engine Control Module (ECM) measured to terminal #A742A14Throttle position (TP), signal groundU=UlowU=Ulow-3A19Throttle position (TP) sensor, power supply 5 VU=5 V--4A74Throttle unit motor, control signal (+)-PWM signal U top=Ubat Pulse ratio 0-100%. The polarity of the control signal switches when the damper motor is to be deployed in the opposite direction.The throttle motor is controlled using a PWM signal from the integrated power amplifier in the Engine Control Module (ECM) measured to terminal #A755A88Throttle position (TP) sensor circuit 2, signalU≈4-0.4 VU≈4-0.4 VThe voltage varies depending on the position of the throttle. U decreases with increasing throttle opening.6A65Throttle position (TP) sensor circuit 1, signalU≈ 0.4-4 VU≈ 0.4-4 VU varies depending on the position of the throttle. U increases with increased throttle opening.
  15. Electronic throttle body

    Hi I'm running Fury on my car and now I'm planning to replace my old wire throttle body to a electronic. I've looked at Volvo V70 2,5 FT throttle body with PN 30711552 because they are relativly cheap here in Sweden, under 200 Euro pedal included. Do you think it will work with Fury or do you have other suggestions of better choice of throttle body? I've really tried to search for info without any success. Regards Hans
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