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h82lose91

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  1. It does have the original 2000 impreza abs pump/module in place. The axles and spindles and speed sensors are 06 sti.
  2. G4+ Subaru Plug n Play - Got this connected and working on my Samsung S9 using the supplied OTG as well as Amazon OTG. For charging im using a wireless car charger/ mount. Only issue im having is Speed and Gear. Gear is calibrated and displays correctly in Pclink, But the real pretty shows N or 6 and nothing else. Also speed shows 300mph vs 30mph, or 650mph vs 65mph roughly. Any ideas?
  3. The car is a USDM 2000 Impreza thats been Harness and Drivetrain swapped to a 2006 STi. minus the transmission. Transmission is 2008 which has no speed sensor, hence the need for the vsspro, so theres no native can data to tie into. The car is a USDM 2000 Impreza thats been Harness and Drivetrain swapped to a 2006 STi. minus the transmission. Transmission is 2008 which has no speed sensor, hence the need for the vsspro, so theres no native can data to tie into.
  4. Having issues with the VSSPRO currently in the car. Since this is tied into one of the ABS sensors, is it possible to just remove it from the system and let link use the ABS signal itself to calc wheel speed?
  5. John over at Whalen Speed helped me figure it out. Launch control was was keeping it from going into closed loop. Was playing with those settings the other day. F12 FTW!
  6. 2004 USDM STI. Having an issue with the Auto Mode (Wide Band) for Closed Loop Lambda. Wideband is wired to Lambda 1, Quick Tune and Auto Tune functions work. Wideband reports correctly in PClink. When i enable Closed Loop Lambda, i get ZERO corrections, both in stoich and auto wideband modes, its like it just doesnt turn on. Ive gone over my settings on the table and have played with them up and down and cant get any correction to happen. Attached is screen shot from the current configuration. Its gotta be a simple setting im missing.
  7. Getting my base map setup and running into a little confusion on the IAT configuration. Im a newb to Link so take it easy on me! Normally for Speed Density on these cars were running COBB AP, and they either retain the maf and use air temp from that, or we install a gm style IAT and we wire this into the MAF IAT and set the scaling for the sensor used in the software. In PCink under analog inputs I see MAF Air Temp. Do I need to change the Analog Temp #2 from MAF to Inlet Air Temp, and change the sensor Type to match my sensor and thats it? Do I need to adjust the Error Low and High and Error Value? They show voltages and dont change to a resistance value when the sensor type is changed. Also the Error Temp is quite low by default.
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