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  1. Hi all, just finish an intake swap on my 1999 Sti and I'm trying the first start. I'm using the 2005 intake and the major differences are the ISC Solenoid, fuel injectors (sti top feed pink) and the individual coils. Did a try today but no success. I'm seeing a log or Trigger Errors, not sure if it could be my problem or would be something else. What I did was merge my current configuration with the Subaru V7 Base map. I thought that changing the fuel injector and coil configuration would be enough to start the engine with the new mods. Any clue? Log 2020-02-17 2;09;37 pm - 5.llg Subaru 99 Type RA - New Intake.pclr
  2. I have followed the set-up guide for MAP, triggers etc. There are no errors and the engine cranks. but doesn't catch. I've been reading about the Subaru immobiliser setup and it reportedly relies on three elements with matching codes to start the car: Key with chip, ignition barrel with immobiliser and ECU. If one of these does not match, the immobiliser cuts the fuel and power to the spark plugs, which leaves the engine cranking, but not firing. Considering I have good fuel pressure, coils are new, as are the spark plugs I'm fairly confident the issue is somehow related to the immobiliser. There is no reference in any G4 Link instructions to working around an immobiliser which I guess means I'm over looking something simple. The only thought I have at the moment is to switch the WRX/STI jumpers on the board to see if that is the solution. In the manual it says that these may be reversed, depending on the country of origin. Does anyone else have any experience with this issue? Thanks Steve
  3. Hi there all, i am facing a problem that i can not solve and i would like to know if anyone has face anything like this before. I am having the oem ecu and i am running with it for example at 1.5 bar of boost 20o advance and with the link now i am having 10o less.... and it is still doing some noise on the knock control. i have checked everything from the trigger to all the configurations... can anyone explain that please?? Thank you in advance Ted p.s. this is my map file https://drive.google.com/file/d/1u2cx1ZBQ66FVdE6DoaYb8im1vIODOZun/view?usp=sharing even that i am running less advance the car goes same or even better when i am running the oem ecu
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