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  1. Hi I'm using Fury and I am controlling LSU4.9 BOSCH lambda sensor with fury internal lambda sensor controller. I have connected the cables completely as same as the instructions in the Online Help. But I'm receiving these errors. Do you have any suggestions? One thing that I'm worried about is, I'm using +14V(A connector pin 5) as the Ignition +12V input(LSU 4.9 pin 4). I read the instructions of the LSU 4.9 and it says. "Power supply H+ nominal 7.5 V" "System supply voltage 10.8 V to 16.5 V" I don't have 12V output in my ECU so I can only use +14V cable or the +8V cable on the A connector of my Fury ECU. Am I doing some thing wrong or any suggestions would be very helpful. Thank you.(^^♪ http://www.bosch-motorsport.de/media/catalog_resources/Lambda_Sensor_LSU_49_Datasheet_51_en_2779147659pdf.pdf
  2. MikeR

    ECU selection trouble

    Hey, I’m having difficulty selecting between the VL plug and play ecu (I believe is Storm based) or going wire in with a Fury. Vehicle is/will be a turbocharged RB30E, with the goal of it being a weekend toy that will see some drag racing use. Also will need to operate the Dash 2 pro display... will the plug and play unit be capable of running the dash as well as the required wide band controller? Will be a basic setup, utilising the OE style distributor based ignition system and sequential fuel injection. In my mind, it comes down to ease of installation but using 30 year old wiring tech, vs more features with the Fury, but close to double the initial outlay. Any guidance would be greatly appreciated
  3. Max hayman

    FG Barra, VCT question

    Hi all, just looking for a bit of concrete answers before purchasing some remaining hardware for my next project, Have a FG Barra motor going into a SWB patrol, running a new link fury, I’m wanting to keep the duel VCT that the FG runs but a bit unsure of how to wire the ECU triggers up, The FG runs the single crank sensor and two cam sensors, i would assume one trigger to the crank, what about the other? And would the VCT effect the timing for the cam sensors? Effectively throwing out spark timing ect? thanks Max
  4. powerboy

    Injector Last pulse problem

    Hi i have problem about fury while starting (cranking). In case of engine can rev up to idle, ever thing ok. But, in case of engine cannot rev up, when i release the start button, engine stall down to stop. I found randomly what ecu will open injector approximation 1 sec. In logger shows rpm very high (13000++), and the injection time is 4.xx-5.xx ms. until rpm equals zero. I use AEM EPM for crank cam. In this cases happen offensively while battery lower 10.5 volt while cranking. backup001.pclr
  5. Lyndon Sharp

    Fury Wide Band - No Heater

    I can't seem to get the heater to heat. It just bomb out with a Heater took to long Error. I double checked the wiring and continuity tested it. Tried 2 Fury's and both error after a calibration period.. One did get to about 15 degrees and stop the other did nothing. IS there a hidden turn on heater option I'm missing? The second plug has power and both grounds connected and checked. I also checked 2 sensors, both did the same. Lyndon.
  6. Hi , I'm install a Fury ECU to a SR20DET S14. I have two problems I Need help with. The first and most important at the moment is the ECU doesn't always power up with key on !! ( no blue light ) I have 12volts at pin 5 and grounds all good, all anti theft and ecu holds are off ,but if I have the ignition on for about 1 min then cycle the ignition the ecu does not power back up !!!! leave it for 5 mins and it will power back up again!! If I connect a power supply to the battery set at 14.2 volts , the fault does not happen. Every now and then with the ignition on the ecu will reset itself and the fuel pump will prime again . 2nd problem is I'm using a custom crank and trigger setup with a 36-1 wheel and a single tooth wheel on the cam , both using Hall effect sensors. ECU is seeing both sensors but I can not get them to sync. I get an rpm reading if I turn the cam( trigger 2 ) off. I sometimes get a reading if I crank it over with the spark plugs out and with cam on , but not every time!! Coils fire fine on the output test but I've not yet seen a spark during normal cranking. I'm a bit more concerned with the ecu powering fault at the moment . Any advice or help would be very much appreciated Jim
  7. I found that Fury's internal lambda controller reading is always 0.5 AFR leaner than LM-2 LSU4.9 and AEM UEGO LSU4.9. The test used two LSU4.9 sensors for 3 devices, sensors were cross swapped during test, same result, updated Fury fw. to 5.4.3, same result. LM-2 and AEM read consistently 0.1 AFR diff. I also compared LM-2 to several other AEMs(no pictures), very same result. I think LM-2 is something can be trusted. Any suggestion?
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