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  1. 1zz VVTI un-resonsive

    Hi All, I've got my car in for mapping, the mapper says that the VVTI system is unresponsive, yet the engine builder says that the VVTI was operating before the new engine was fitted in my car. The mapper can see the solonoid and the cam position sensor but the VVTI is unresponsive? They aren't sure what to try, as the chap that built the engine said both the solonoid and oil channel is fine in the engine, and it was functioning prior to the link being used. Any ideas appreciated. Thanks.
  2. LINK CAN-Lambda Install Help

    I apologize in advance if my issue, or anything I did sounds or is a little... novice. ( That's because I am just that, a novice ). Upon purchasing my MR2LINKv1 Plug n Play and installing I decided to order a Can Lambda. It came with a quick start guide, the 4.9 Sensor + a DT Connector/pin set, a field installable connector and a CAN to PCB cable. A trusted friend told me to forego using the installable connector and to use a different connector as I'd only be using the CAN L and CAN H signal wires. I attached the cable to my ecu board and identified the can L and can H wires ( i think ), built the DT connector with CAN L and CAN H at pin 3 and 4 respectively and setup a relay as instructed in the quick start guide ( http://dealers.linkecu.com/site/SB_Template_One/css/CAN Lambda Quick Start II.pdf ) The relay is indeed providing the can lambda power but I can't get the ecu to recognize the device. I'm using these programming instructions. Programming Instructions: 1. Navigate to ECU Controls > CAN Setup. 2. In the 'Mode' tab ensure the appropriate CAN Module is selected. 3. In the CAN Configuration box: 1. Set the mode to 'User Defined'. 2. Ensure the Bit Rate is set to '1 Mbit/s' 4. In the Data box: 1. Select a free channel and set its Mode to 'Link CAN-Lambda'. 2. In the CAN ID box, set the ID to 950, leave the format on 'Normal'. 5. Switch to the CAN Devices Tab. 6. Connect a Link CAN-Lambda module to the CAN Bus you selected in step 2. 7. Press the 'Find Devices' button. 8. One or more devices should appear in the list, if they do not go back to one and check your settings, check your CAN Bus and ensure that the device is receiving power. Any ideas on why I'm not getting the device to be discovered? I'm suspecting something is wrong with my CAN Bus wiring. Thanks again.
  3. New user for the G4 plugin on. Wrx v7-9

    Hello. i own a 2002 Wrx fitted with USDM sti engine and cable throttle body. At the moment it has an old AEM S1plugin and the AVCS and cam sensors are wired into it.I bought the Link G4 plugin for the car. my question is, where can I find the pinout for the car? I did look inside the pc-link software but it doesn’t show all the pins. Also do you know any shop that can help setting it up and make me a basemap online? Very hard to find tuners in South Florida for the great Link. thanks for any input.
  4. Mx5 Varible tps

    Hi, I'm looking to have the mx5 plug and play ecu installed in the next few weeks, but not sure if it needs to have a variable throttle position sensor or would work better with one? I know other ecu with require one, and wanted to check first. Cheers.
  5. Hi all, I have a 1994 MX5 supercharged with a 'MiataLink', which as I understand it is based on the G1 Link ECU. These use a custom air temp sensor which modulates a signal based on temperature (Pulse Width Modulated, PWM). My sensor has appeared to have failed and thought I'd ask here on the slim chance that a) Link has any in stock b. someone has one sitting in their shed? Cheers
  6. Hi All, hope someone is able to help me out. The project is a Nissan GTiR, Link LEM 3G. I wanted to switch to direct spark so got the following cbr 600 coil-on plugs Plug that fit into the above MSD DIS 4 The car runs find under light load. The problem I am having is a misfire under load. What I have found is that the larger the dwell number the worse the misfire. I read that dwell had no effect when running CDI ? When running 0.5ms I get a small missfire over 5000RPM over 14PSI The more I turn up the dwell upto 4ms the sooner ( Less load ) the misfire happens The Spark time is 1ms Anyone any any advise ? Thanks
  7. Link G4 Storm - LS1 - wideband options + other questions

    I've had an E36 with a 5.7 LS1 in it for about a month now (terrific fun, I'm not dead yet either!) Got a few questions pertaining to the management- it runs a Link G4 Storm. It looks like it was setup by someone who possibly had an inkling of what they were doing, but... at the same time, it wasn't very well done. Niggles are as follows... 1) no Lamdas or wideband fitted. I'd like to fit a wideband setup- what's recommended for an LS1? 2) the tacho, when connected, was jumping all over the show. I'd like to think this was because I was trailing the wire right over the HT leads at the time, causing it to bounce about... I'll try again in the morning and we'll see what the deal is. Unless you can't use a stock E36 tacho wire with a Link G4 Storm..? Any light to be shed on this would be great. 3) the coolant temp sensor refuses to read above 52ºC... guessing the sensor is goosed, or incorrectly specified? Thanks in advance.
  8. SR20DET safe map

    Hi all, I have recently converted my s13 from a ca18det to an s15 sr20det and have had my link atom g4 off my old motor wired in to the new one. I have the base map for an sr20det vct uploaded to the ecu which was included with the software so I am wondering, is it safe to drive the car around before I get a tune? I need to organise to get my exhaust brackets modified before my tune and figured it would be easier to drive my car to a place since theres one around 10 minutes from my house. Engine mods are fairly stock besides an aftermarket turbo (running stock psi), exhaust, intercooler etc. I have calibrated the map sensor and will be going over to make sure all the outputs and what not are correct with how the ecu was wired in.
  9. Nissan Silvia Ecu case alternative

    Hi all, I was originally going to buy a d-jetro power fc for rps13 180x running a s2 sr20det non vvl, but i came to my senses and brought a link g4+ plug in from NZEFI, unfortunately i sold my ecu and have not been able to find another as they aren't for sale separately from engine packages, My question is are there any other nissan ecu cases that will fit my link into, i see on trademe there is a rb25det manual turbo case for sale which i plan to purchase if the header plug is the same width and length, any other suggestions, i have asked around tuning shops but they give them back to the owners and wreckers wont hold onto ecu that old thanks in advance
  10. S15 G4+ plug-in speed sensor

    Hi There, I am trying to log my ADM S15's vehicle speed using the ECU logging, however when i use the LR wheel speed (DI5) sensor input it comes up with 0. My speedo and everything works with no issues but it seems as though the ECU cannot read my vehicle speed? I have also tried logging using the laptop reading every sensor and all of the listed vehicle speed sensors had no readings. Any suggestions? as this limits some of the gear specific mapping and traction control functions i'd like to look into. Cheers
  11. Help with can setup

    Hi everybody, sorry I didn't provide serial number but I don't have the number near, I will edit such information tomorrow. i have just installed a G4+ on a Toyota Celica built for circuit racing and the car has the Bosch Motorsports ABS system which has the ability to share some information via CAN, I need to setup the 4 wheel speed to be able to start playing with the both the boost by speed and at the same time with traction control, I got some help with the people over at Bosch and got this information, I will be trying to set it up tomorrow, but they ask me something that I don't have a clue as this is my first time setting up a Link ecu. This is what I got: Stream 1 -> single frame only: "add parameters" for a total of four parameters: Parameter = LF Wheel Speed Start position = 0 Width = 16 Byte order = LS First Type = Unsigned Multiplier = 45 Divider = 8 Offset = 0 Parameter = RF Wheel Speed Start position = 16 width/byte/type/multiplier/divider/offset = same as above Parameter = LR Wheel Speed Start position = 32 width/byte/type/multiplier/divider/offset = same as above Parameter = RR Wheel Speed Start position = 48 width/byte/type/multiplier/divider/offset = same as above If you have a problem with the units translating incorrectly, it's most likely because of the multiplier and divider. I don't know what the Link ECU uses for units - m/s, km/h, km/min, etc... You might have to check with Link for the unit translation. Thanks all for your help! Sama
  12. Getting Technical Support!

    Do you have a problem with setting up your ECU? Posting on the forum is a great way to get a solution. If you want a quick solution to your problem then we need a good description of the problem, your current base-map, and a PCLog of the problem occurring. Watch the following video to learn how to do this. Need some technical help?