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  1. timtt

    DBW issue

    They are not on the sensor connector itself, but I splice power and ground right before the connector into the sensor.
  2. timtt

    DBW issue

    @Adamw Finally got this to happen while logging. Attached is map + log and below is a screenshot of the APS voltages just before it happened. Those don't look good, though they were tracking inline all the way before this snapshot. Any idea what could be causing this? The sensor is out of Chevrolet. I picked it because it had the best physical dimensions for where I had to put it and how to activate it with the Tilton pedals. It's also a new one I installed this week to see if maybe I just had a bad sensor. Here's a link to the sensor: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B000TYQAFQ/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o01_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1 Car is a custom construction with 996 GT3 drivetrain. Porsche GT3-M 2.3.pclr Log 2017-07-15 6;10;54 pm.llg
  3. timtt

    Porsche GT3 base tune?

    Hi, I'm using a G4+ Thunder to run a 996 Porsche GT3 engine in a non-Porsche chassis. The car runs, idles, but before going to the dyno, I'd like to get a better tune in place. Right now it makes little power. Especially the fuel table, ignition table and secondarily the VarioCam settings are of primary interest to me. Would anyone who has run this engine before be willing to share their tune? You don't understand how much I would appreciate that. :-) Thanks, Tim
  4. timtt

    DBW issue

    That makes sense. Is there a way to get out of this issue without having to do a full re-calibration of the throttle?
  5. timtt

    DBW issue

    Reviving this thread. @Scott I'm getting this error. Once it's raised, the AP main and sub still give a voltage on actuating the throttle, but they won't move the the blade. Luckily I had my laptop with me both times it happened and after clearing the error I did a throttle calibration which is the only way to get things back to normal. This is on firmware 5.6.4 which I've now upgraded and done a new calibration of AP (automatically) and of the throttle. Is there a way to clear the error and get back to working without having to do a full throttle calibration? Any thoughts on what's causing this in the first place?
  6. Is there a way to turn an engine fan on before the engine is started? Fan control works great when engine is running, but I'd like to either have a fan turn on due to temperature or via a switch before the engine starts. I have an extra dash switch which I can set to AC clutch and which will turn fans on/off while engine is running and below temperature limit, but I can't seem to make that switch turn the fans on before engine start.
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