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Hi all, I have a 1999 Nissan Silvia S15 (SR20det) and I will be installing a LinkECU G4+ plugin ECU in a couple of months. I'd like to run a IAT Sensor however im unsure which one would appropriate based on the options available on the LinkEcu website. http://dealers.linkecu.com/IAT1-8_2 Or... http://dealers.linkecu.com/IATB_2 Any ideas? As for wiring, could I use the MAF sensor wiring? alternatively what would be the best way to wire it all up to the ecu? I do have the XL loom (As im also running: oil temp, oil pressure fuel pressure). Dane
Hello, my first post, Im interested to get the link ecu g4+ monsoon from local dealer. My concern is, one dealer said that the link ecu product mentioned are not compatible with my car as my car is automatic transmission as it will mess with gear shifting, while another dealer said it is compatible. Appreciate for any answer on this matter before i jump to either link ecu or other alternatives. My car is Honda Accord euro cl7 2.0 AT 2005. (K20a6) Mods: RBC intake Planned mods before ecu tuning : k24 swap Thanks, Regards Luke
I am interested if there is a way to interface to an old Link ECU with the following details, It has come up for sale but I am unsure if its just throwing money away if I buy it. The details on the sticker of the cover are Honda d42v4 090404 I assume it has a serial interface that is needed to communicate with a PC if that is actually possible at all too? Any guidance would be appreciated Thanks Forgot to mention planned on running a H22a in an EG civic off this if possible, all Naturally aspirated and minor mods. Cheers