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  1. Yewknoe

    Evo 8 anti lag switch wiring

    Hey everyone. I have been looking at different posts about the anti lag switch subject. I think I get the general idea on how to wire the switch but, I am just wanting to make sure that I have this somewhat correct. Would it be okay if I can use pin 45 which is DI 6(AC switch) and pin 32 which is aux ign 4 as ground?
  2. Hi All In the middle of a bit of a flavorsome project - I am working on a 4WD Lancer GSR thats had a 4G63T swap done to it. The car had a factory ECU and a Microtech piggyback in it until which looked like it was a pretty reasonable setup for back when it went in, but leaves a lot to be desired now. I am working on wiring in a G4+ Extreme at present and have a few questions which I want to ask to possibly simplify my job. There are lots of sensors various fruit going in along with the new ECU. One thing thats being done is an upgrade to a set of Evo 7 OEM coil packs. Am I right in assuming that the J722T Igniter Module is now no longer necessary? I am just running power and ground to the new coils and a signal wire direct from the ECU? Secondly, I have a massive chunky double-relay which was situated down the bottom-left of the center console which I believe is the Multiport Fuel Injection Relay... The owner recently replaced the unit at great expense (due to the car failing to start and audible noise directing him to the issue). I should be fine to delete this yes? The fuel pump has already been separated and given its own relay which can be triggered by the ECU, which means that if I just add another standard relay in for the injectors, the MFI Relay will no longer be necessary correct? Does it do anything else im missing? I have plenty of spare ignition channels so I dont see any issues here, but my knowledge has many holes in it. Also more than happy to hear of any other hurdles I am likely to hit with this particular build if anyone wants to chime in! Cheers
  3. Yewknoe

    Evo 8 Link g4+ wideband

    I have been doing research and I can't find anything on it. So I need to figure out how to wire an aem wideband 02 in my link g4+ ecu to make it a closed loop. I honestly don't know squat about wiring. I was talking to my tuner and he was telling me that I needed to find an open av port. I'm telling myself that I have no idea what that is. The vehicle that I own and am working on is a 2004 evo. I have been searching for hours and I am just stumped. The videos that I have seen don't do justice either. I just really need help with this. Thank you for your time on reading this.
  4. breading89

    CAN Bus randomly stopped working

    Hi all, My question seems somewhat basic compared to some of the other things I have read but it is still kicking my a** so I need help. I have a G4+ PnP in my Evo 8. It is running the Link CAN Lambda module and I am also running a PLEX SDM-300 screen. Ever since I had the car tuned, I have had dramas with it missing and stuff and we've logged data and found little bits and pieces but now we are seeing random spikes in the RPM between 10,000 & 20,000 which is causing it cut ignition and pull timing etc. Trying to be thorough I decided to check my Cam and Crank sensors, I pulled the connectors apart, cleaned them, made sure the wiring was ok etc. After reconnecting the sensors, I put the key back in the car and fired it up but no data was streaming to my PLEX dash although it was powering on and I was getting nothing registering from my lambda sensor. I took the car around the block just to make sure everything else was still working and it is, all my other sensors are working. I went into CAN settings in PC-link and noticed that both channels were turned off, I turned them back on and then went to scan for the devices but it keeps telling nothing can be found I have tried the following steps to resolve it 1. Reload the most current tune 2. Reload the previous tune file 3. Reload firmware 4. Revert to default tune as supplied with the ECU and reload current tune 5. Pull out wiring and confirm everything is still plugged in Nothing has worked so far, the fact it is powering the dash is what confuses me, obviously there is power being transmitted but just no data. Pretty open to suggestions at this point
  5. I've modified My Evo to run sequential [direct] spark with a set of 4x Denso 90919-02229 coil packs from a 1L Toyota Yaris, but I can't find any information on the dwell times to adjust the 3D table. I am GUESSING that the Toyota Altezza (IS200 in UK) will be the same, or near as? If anyone's interested, hardwiring the mod was simple enough, just 2 extra wires from the triggers to coils 3 and 4 back into the cabin (i also used an extra 2 pin plug in line to make removal of the coils easier), remove the Fuel pump and BOTH A/C fan wires. Then pop the new wires into their place, move the High speed A/C and fuel pump wires to Ign 6 and 7 with the low speed A/C fan taped up out of the way. Then a quick change in PCLink to change Ign 3 and 4 to 'IGNITION' (or it won't display correctly when you change the mode from 'wasted' to 'direct' spark), then program 6 and 7 for the fuel pump and engine fan 3 respectively. Under 'ignition main' change 'wasted' to 'direct' [a.k.a sequential] spark and she's a runner! The last job will be adjusting the above table...... followed by reconfirming the base timing if my light will pick up the coilpack. If someone could post up the data sheet for the above, it would be really appreciated!
  6. botasjr

    G4+ Plug and play for EVO VI

    hi i own a mitsubishi EVO VI and i need to install a new ecu, to make more power, more control and motorsport functions, now, this is a rally car. i thinking to buy a plug and play ecu, like the G4 my big questions are, it is included a base map for start the engine? there is some base maps available online? this ecu have knock control? lanch control, als is included on the ecu? i need to conect any device on the engine to control the ALS? Best regards
  7. cubeqtio

    Evo 5-8 G4+ PnP with displays

    Hi all, I was wondering if the AIM MXL Pista race display works with Link G4+ PnP ecu for Evo 5-8? Thanks already!
  8. I'm in the process of converting the stock 4G63 wasted spark coils to direct spark COP setup and appear to have hit a speed bump. I've just gone into the manual and PCLink software and it appears that to run sequential ignition you need to align the output with the firing order (IGN OP 1 to Spark 1, 2 to 2, 3 to 3, 4 to 4, etc)? The issue I have is that ignition outputs 3, 4 and 5 on the EvoLink IX PNP are already used for other functions; fuel pump, A/C Fan, and NB heater respectively. Coincidentally, ignition outputs 6 and 7 are available (both physically unwired) therefore making them ideal to use for a mini loom to control sparks 3 and 4- but I don't believe I can program them for this??? Is this a software limitation (that could be changed in PCLink/ firmware), or is it a hardware limitation of the ECU? I am reluctant to start moving pins about within the stock ECU plugs, hence the query.
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