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  1. 350z/Monaro VQ35 TB 80mm od 70mm id Bolt spacing: 70mm width 60mm Height 6mm holes This connector https://shopbhp.com/collections/connectors/products/nissan-vq35de-6-way-electronic-throttle-connector-plug-lx53
  2. No probs, as a DIY'er it was a headache trying to find a suitable TB, a list like your compiling would have helped a lot. I have a spare 350z TB, 75mm iirc If you need details for that let me know and I'l dig it out.
  3. Bosch 06a 133 062c Here's some additional info that might help others 60mm ID, 65 OD 60mm square bolt pattern, 6mm holes Bolts onto SR20DET intake with m8 to m6 inserts i copied Audi TT plugin E-Throttle 'setup' settings Same connector as Bosch LSU 4.9 wideband sensor
  4. I'm using a VW/Audi 1.8t throttle body, mine came from a VW Golf GTI (AUM iirc) 60mm id
  5. Ah ok, thanks for the picture too, helps a lot.
  6. I am trying to get Cruise control working on my NS15+ I have became stuck at the cruise control switch I'm using a generic Toyota (ebay) cruise stalk. It comes prewired with 2 wires, 3rd/middle pin has no connection, looking at Toyota Cruise retro fitting guides the 3rd pin seems to be left not connected. Resistance between the 2 wires checked with multi meter +Res 241 -Set 0.630 Cancel 1.535 On/Off 0 (momentary) PClink asks for Voltage settings, max being 5v So I guess and wired like so: Red wire 5V sensor supply (DIY expansion loom), black wire Analogue in (DIY expansion loom v9) Everything else connected to expansion loom seems to work fine, tried uplugging all other sensors on expansion loom, no difference. I get strange results when trying to use the switch, log shows 5v when any switch being used then slowly returning back down. When checking with multimeter, it shows the opposite as what PClink shows Any idea's where I have screwed up? Switch https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/For-TOYOTA-PRIUS-YARIS-Cruise-Control-Stalk-Switch-RAV4-LandCruiser-8463234011/152995646637?_trkparms=aid%3D555017%26algo%3DPL.CASSINI%26ao%3D1%26asc%3D20151005190705%26meid%3De2fb2ddcb11b4044bb941dc36164ed33%26pid%3D100506%26rk%3D1%26rkt%3D1%26%26itm%3D152995646637&_trksid=p2045573.c100506.m3226 Cruise switchs2.llg DBW and Cruise 1st.pclr
  7. I'v just finished converting my S15 to DBW Throttle body 6 wires and Accelerator Pedal 4 wires all ultimately to ECU, sensor supply 5v and sensor GND can be shared of course. Throttle Body 1. 5v 2. Sensor GND 3. potentiometer/signal 1 4. potentiometer/signal 2 5. Motor + 6. Motor - Accelerator Pedal 4 wires 1. 5v 2. Sensor GND 3. potentiometer/signal 1 4. potentiometer/signal 2
  8. I'l update this thread once I have it set up and running well. I found more info here:
  9. Quick question, is the S15 plug in (NS15+) capable of E-throttle?
  10. immy21

    s15 VCT set up

    Yes, I'v been watching this thread, I have the same issue of cycling VTC on and off as rpm floats around VTC On/off point during cold start. Inj 5 pin (JDM Spec R), can't do 3rd condition, Link software only allows me max 2 conditions. Poncams on stock unopened engine, doesn't idle well if I switch VTC on below idle, I haven't tried to play with tune yet to smooth it with VTC on at idle.. Stock ECU conditions for VTC ON are neutral switch off, TPS voltage high enough for idle 'switch' off and 1050-5700rpm
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