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Hi, I recently had my car mapped by an "old school" Japanese tuner who is accustomed to dealing with the HKS V-Pro; mine is the first Link he has ever done. The car made good power on the dyno and runs well, but the idle is just a little bit more lumpy than I would expect and I'm wondering if someone wouldn't mind taking a look at the map. The tuner says the injectors are to blame but I want to make sure there isn't anything else that could be cleaned up at all. The engine is an RB26dett running multiple throttles and stock turbos with Bosch EV14 1000cc injectors and R35 GT-R ignition coils. It has been mapped using MGP as the main fuel table load axis with a secondary table overlay to compensate according to throttle position. Closed loop lambda is set to on and the sensor works great but for some reason the gain is set to 0. Increasing the gain to about 5% causes a tendency for the engine to swing lean at idle. I would greatly appreciate any help or advice anyone can offer! 5-31-2017.pclr
Dear friends, Need help on the info display issues I am having. I have a mini PC to connected to the ecu to display the informations on the dash screen. I have since turn on the Auto mode in the connection preferences but the ECU will go offline everytime I start up the PC back. I have tried saving the file and renaming but still the same. The PC runs on the new G4+ link firmware version, but I haven't updated the ECU firmware as I dont want to mess with the settings. Any idea what should I do?
Good afternoon, I have had a Link G4 in my r32 for a while now and have just gone from an RB25/30 to an RB26 in my r32 gts4. The whole loom and drive line has been converted over. I'm currently running a Garrett T04z and would like to push the engine setup beyond the realms of the On board 1.5 bar map sensor. I would also like to do this without potentially having an aftermarket boost controller and just be able to run it directly from the on board computer. Is there a map sensor that I can upgrade too on the board itself? I do have an extension cable for the IAT that had to be mounted for the old setup, to which i no longer need for that for obvious reasons. My Link G4 is the equivalent to the Vipec V44, its a 2008 in it, maybe 2009, any and all help would be much appreciated. Thanks, Rob.