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Hello everyone, i'm a newbie to the game. My car will be mapped by a professional. I think about buying an AEM Water Meth kit and wonder if my tuner can do a Failsafe by using the "Boost Safe" Wire from the AEM controller. Do i need something for this, or does he just need to wire it into the G4 ? Hope you guys understand what i mean AEM Manual
I am going to be installing a ViPec i88 and I would like some features, I have a tuner to do the tuning of the car but it would be great to have the extra information to help the tuner achieve the goals I would like. This will be in a 2005 MINI Cooper S using the ViPec i88 MINI R53 ECU. I also have the AUX cable. Cruise Control - I know that the steering wheel controls dont work, so what is the best way to wire this up and what inputs on the cabling do it use? Water Methanol / Control and Map - I am using an AquaMist HFS-3 W/M kit I currently have it wired as: ViPec Aux1 wired to Green HFS-3 Injector Duty Cycle InputViPec DI8 to Orange Failsafe Wire on HFS-3. Is there anything special that needs to be known or done? Air Conditioning - Anything special that needs to be known or done for configuration? Launch Control - I would like to set the Launch Control up more to make it POP and Backfire at say 3k RPMs, I dont really race the car, so I want more for show, what should be done to achieve more pop and maybe a little flame out the tail pipe? Pop & Burble - MINIs came from the factory with a Pop & Burble when letting off the gas pedal and/or decelerating? I understand that this has something to do with 'over run'. I do not claim to know what that is, but is there a way to recreate it in the tune? I am not sure if it matters but I am using Analog Volt 10 (brown) for the wideband O² sensor input. Last question, can you have the K-Line and CAN both on the OBDII connector? I have a Garmin Virb XE that has a module that plugs into the OBDII to read data from the ECU and sync's and store that with the video. I would like to be able to read the ECU data still.