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  1. Hello Thank you for your attention. I need help with my Subaru WRX STI 2011 JDM EJ207. I have implemented my Link G4+ fury with my car. But my engine does not increase rpm more than 5500rpm. Under 5000 rpm works fine. I've tried changing my ignition timing from 45 BTDC to 0 BTDC but it does not have any effects. I've also double checked my dwell table, Ignition delay, Ignition charge time as same as shown in help in PCLink that it's same as the EJ20 quad AVCS configuration. Do you have any guesses? Thank you very much.
  2. coil on plug conversion

    hi guys looking to convert my subaru ver 4 to coil on plug away from centre coil for better spark and more boost my g4 storm ecu (wire in) on ver3-4 config has ign dwell against battery voltage, when looking to use ver7 onwards coil on plugs using jti loom coversion and looked at ver5 onwards the dwell times have battery voltage against rpm what the best dwell settings to use on wrx coil on plugs as only have 1 dwell colum on the ver 3-4 configuration as cant go indivial from ecu as using other ign outputs for cooling fan and intercooler water spray activation thanks neil
  3. Hey guys, just installed a G4+ on a stock Subaru 2000 Sti Type RA and I'm having some problem. I'm not a professional but know the basic things and wanna learn deeply about that. 1 - My Engine Fan 2 is always on. When I turn the key to on position it's turned on too. 2 - When I start the engine (hot) the idle stay at 900 rpm but if I depress the accelerator it's going to 1500 and stay around this value. 3 - Looks like my wideband O2 sensor is not working properly. I can not see the values changing and the Log shows it always at 0.686. I guess something is wrong with that. I'm using an AEM and used this post as reference to configure: My AEM ground is on the body, not sure if is that the problem. Would be better plug it on the GND on XL Loom? Log 2018-01-6 2_03_54 am.llg Subaru TypeRA V6.pclr
  4. Subaru Legacy w/EZ30D swap & V88

    I've been registered here for a while, but as a reflection of my progress on my project , I haven't actually done anything on the site. I have a '97 Subaru Legacy 2.5GT, which has done daily driver / auto-cross / track day duty for me since I bought it in 2000. The late '90s 2.5GTs were non-turbo, with the DOHC 2.5L EJ25D rated at 165/162 hp/tq. Over the years, I did a variety of modifications to the original EJ25D - ported heads, reground cams, header, etc - that resulted in a significant bump in power, to something around what a stock 2.0L WRX puts down. Yes, I realize many would think that was a poor ROI compared to just doing a turbo swap, but I've never had any desire to go the turbo route (note the license plate in the above pic). However, more power is more better, so at some point I started thinking about swapping in the EZ30 6-cylinder from the Outback. Initially I was planning to use the 2nd generation EZ30, commonly called the EZ30R, which was offered starting in '05 in the US. Rated @ ~245bhp, DBW throttle body, variable intake cam timing and lift, blah blah blah. I picked up a very lightly used EZ30R years ago and was intending to swap that in the car. Since the 30R uses a CAN-bus type ECU with an Immobilizer, it's very challenging to use the factory ECU (I've only ever seen discussion of 1 person successfully accomplishing that), so I picked up a Vipec V88 to run the engine. 4 years ago, I was still running an EJ25D, planning to do the 6-cylinder swap "some day". Then I managed to hydro-lock the EJ25D , and suddenly it seemed like it was time to do the H6 swap. Unfortunately, I had run into some issues getting the 30R cylinder heads worked on by a shop, so the first H6 I had purchased wasn't ready to go. I came across a great deal on a used 1st generation EZ30, commonly called the EZ30D, so I bought that and rebuilt it. The 30D doesn't have the fancy variable cams, is drive by cable, and is only rated 212hp. So, I proceeded with the swap, and mechanically pretty much got things done as of 2-1/2 years ago: I had spoken with a Vipec dealer / tuner here in the US about installing & tuning the ECU for me - he was only a few hours away, so it would've been quite convenient. Unfortunately, by the time I finished all of the mechanical stuff, and then had to pack all of my stuff and relocate due to a change in duty station, he was no longer in the Vipec business. Well... damn. Thus began the long, stagnant period, during which I ignored the thing and hoped that the wiring harnesses would magically merge on their own. That has still not happened , so I might actually have to do it myself! I've gone through the Subaru engine harness wiring diagram and created a nice Excel spreadsheet of everything. I had sourced a complete main dash harness from an '01 Outback; I've culled that down to just the connectors that plug into the engine harness, each with long pigtails for merging purposes. Now I just need to figure out matching up the EZ30D pinouts to the V88 pinouts, some of which is pretty obvious, but other stuff I need to do some homework. And then I need to actually merge the harnesses, something I've never undertaken before. At my current pace, I'm reasonably certain I will have the project completed at some point this century, maybe even this decade.
  5. Hi, I have been researching closed loop boost control and came across a previous post that has deterred me, please could you comment on the following?... Andre Simon's post: I've mentioned this in a previous thread here, however I'll just caution you that the current closed loop boost control in the G4+ is problematic. Particularly if you're fussy, you'll find it impossible to get 100% accurate and repeatable boost. Link are aware of this and there is an update in the pipeline. Until then personally I'd use the passive closed loop setup discussed in the course.
  6. Tacho doesn´r work Wrx v7-9 plugin series

    Hi! I have a 2001 subaru wrx sti (jdm). When I plugged the Ecu in the first time, the tacho did the blip when power was turned on. At the time I couldn´t connect to the ECU since the pins on the engine management were on wrong position (sti/wrx). After I changed the position I got connection to my pc but since then the tacho hasn´t worked and it doesn´t blip. It says on the manual that tacho should be on aux 4 channel and i have tried to test that channel, but im not sure if i have understood correctly how test pwm or test on works.
  7. Running Subaru Dual AVCS Heads

    Hello, I have a Vipec Subaru V1-2 Ecu that I would like to run a set of newer dual avcs heads with, both intake and exhaust cams. Here is my current wiring, and my proposed wiring...it looks like it should work to me, but I wanted to get verification on this idea though. Currently I am running an Sti ej20g setup but I will convert the intake to a V7-8 style sti intake with drive by cable, and v10 sti style dual avcs heads, I've noted how some of the Aux and Digital inputs will be freed up. Thanks for the help! Current Wiring New AVCS Wiring Aux 1 – ISC Sol. Slave VVT Cam Solenoid (ISC Slave Removed as per Sti V7-8 manifold Aux 2 – ISC Solenoid VVT Cam Solenoid Aux 3 – Tacho VVT Cam Solenoid Aux 4 – Boost Solenoid VVT Cam Solenoid (Boost controlled via MBC) Aux 5 – Fuel Pump Fuel Pump Aux 6 – Aircon Clutch Tacho Aux 7 – Purge ISC Solenoid (Purge Controlled via Hobbs Switch) Aux 8 – CE Light CE Light Injector Drive 1 – Injector 1 Injector Drive 2 – Injector 2 Injector Drive 3 – Injector 3 Injector Drive 4 – Injector 4 Injector Drive 5 – Engine Fan (HS) Injector Drive 6 – Engine Fan DI 1 – Start Position DI 2 – Air Con Request VVT Cam Position DI 3 – Power Steer VVT Cam Position DI 4 – Speed VVT Cam Position DI 5 – OFF Power Steer DI 6 – OFF Speed AN Temp 1- Engine coolant Temp AN Temp 2 – Inlet Air Temp AN Temp 3 – OFF AN Volt 1 – MAP Sensor AN Volt 2 – OFF An Volt 3 – TPS (Main) AN Volt 4- Voltage 0-5v AN Volt 5 – Wideband AN Volt 6 – OFF
  8. Ignition Timing Table Suabru

    Hi there I have 96 JDM 2L Subaru engine that I am trying to tune. Was wondering if anyone could give me a hand with my ignition map. I’ve tuned cars before but I don’t feel comfortable playing with the ignition map on this car cause I don’t have a knock sensor. So I was wondering if anyone with a similar setup as me could help setup a slightly conservative ignition map for my setup. I have a GTX 3582 turbo on a EJ20 with 850 cc injectors. My fuel table is pretty good I just need help with the ignition table. I’m willing to pay for someones time as well just let me know. Attached is a image of what I am running now.
  9. LINK G4 pnp for USDM Ej205 WRX

    Hello all- I bought secondhand a Link Subaru PNP consisting of a G4 Storm top board. This was sold as PNP for the USDM EJ205 Subaru, but none of the trigger setup schemes match this engine. There are many Subaru schemes, including 6 cyl, v. 1-6, v. 7-9, and USDM EJ25 AVCS, but nothing specific for the USDM Ej205 I'm curious if any of you are running this app, and if so did you use a custom setup for triggering? Currently, the crank sync is producing errors, as well as a very inconsistent rpm signal, consisting of low reading and huge spikes. thanks in advance for the help!
  10. Hello, Love the ECU. My car runs better than ever before. Now that I have it tuned relatively close to the AFRs that I want, I would like to turn on the closed loop lambda mode. I have everything set up, but no mater what I do, the CL Lambda Fuel Correction is always 0%, and the AFRs never adjust. Could somebody please point me in the correct direction? I have ensured that all of my lockout values are not causing the CL to run. I have my innovate MTX-L wideband wired up to an external analog input and configured as Lambda 1. Lambda displays properly on inside PCLink, and agrees with my physical AFR gauge. Not sure what else I can check. Any help would be awesome! Thanks! 08-11-2016 GF8.pclr
  11. Hey guys I'm looking at purchasing a G3 link with upgraded G4 software for my version 3 Wrx but I can't find any info on the internet about what extra sensors would be required to make it run correctly and how I could check if it's not a dud ecu when I go look at it.. I would put it into my car to test if it powers up when I go look to buy it, but what things should I be looking at on it? Thanks Jordan
  12. N/A Subaru EJ22

    Hey all, I've recently had a chance to do a bit of work to my 1992 Subaru Liberty (N/A unfortunately) and have been chasing my tail a fair bit lately. The previous owner gave me no information as to what had been done and didn't even know about the G4 plug-in ECU. I'm still unsure as to why this motor was used and what the plans were let alone what has actually been tampered with but any help would be great! I've had to run over most of the loom and found its been spliced, and checked over the pinouts. Still unsure of the sensor pinouts as some sensors have been chopped/changed. The car has been running before with quite some grunt to it, but after it was stolen earlier this year and the battery was discharged it had a few fault codes and issues that were intermittent with the sensors/electrical system. Could this have internally damaged the ECU or the electronics in general? The main thing I want to know is if anyone has a base map for this motor? If not would it be best to start with the V1-V2 base map then go though and change the parameters to suit the N/A EJ22, or would it be best to start fresh or even with a different base map? I'm looking to just get the thing on the road to get around until I have enough money to put the proper setup in it. Thanks in advance.
  13. Hi there, This is my first time using a Link management system with a Subaru. I've installed many Subaru engines into VW based cars, but have always used original, modified, harness and control systems. I'm trying to fire up this 2.5 Subaru in a street legal sandrail. ( tried to put a pic up, but the size allowed doesn't let me). With a G4 Storm system, with an attached Bussmann fuse and relay block. I'm wondering if this thing is going to need an igniter, because it cranks but no start. Also another thing is, when I hook up the fuel pump it keeps constantly running and absolutely flooding the system. Any help will be very much appreciated. Thank youuu
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