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base map for TOYOTA AE86 4AG16V

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I only have one for ITB's.  I suggest you just use the Atom or Monsoon base map, copy the 4AGE trigger settings from the help file page: Engine Specific Information > Toyota > Toyota 4A-GE 16V

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Hello.

Monsoon is used for TOYOTA AE86 4A-GEU 16V.
The engine is going to start. But it doesn't take. Please let me know if there are any mistakes.
The ignition system is a stock distributor.
The fuel injection system is stock, but it uses high resistance injectors.
This is a 4 throttle specification.

Best regards

AE86 test.pclr

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Does your distributor wheel have 4 teeth on the bottom wheel or 24 teeth?  How many teeth on the top wheel?

Do you have a Monsoon or Atom?

Do you have a MAP sensor connected to the manifold or no?  What size are the injectors?

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The upper side of the distributor wheel is 4 teeth. The lower side is 24 teeth.
The LINK I'm using is monsoon.
I did not connect the hose for the MAP sensor in the monsoon. To the manifold.
210cc injector size.

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Ok, you will have to grind off 3 of those teeth from the top wheel in the distributor, so there is only 1 left.  It doesnt matter which one.  

If you want to use the idle valve then it will be best to connect the MAP sensor to the manifold also.  If you are not going to use the idle valve then you can leave the MAP disconnected.

I have made some changes to your map to get it closer.  This is set up for no MAP sensor.  You will have to find the trigger offset on your own using a timing light.  

 

AE86test Adams changes.pclr

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I have a JDM RHD AE86 with a high comp 16v motor, MRP ITBs, 550cc injectors, Coil On Plugs, Trigger Wheel, idle air control valve, brand new air conditioning in the car as well,

 

my ECU is the Link G4x Atom. What is the best basemap to use? This is what I have so far from Barry at MRP.

MRP Full AE86 4AG16V Startup COP stock injector G4X.pclx

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I have 2 trigger wheels, one from techno toy tuning and the other from MRP. Since it’s the JDM, it already has the factory Toyota MAP, but Barry told me the G4x also has a MAP sensor built into the ECU. 
 

https://technotoytuning.com/toyota/ae86/4ag-trigger-wheel

https://www.mrpltd.co.nz/product/trigger-wheel-setup/
 

Bosch 0280140545 Original Equipment Idle Air Control (IAC) Valve https://www.amazon.com/dp/B001CNZCMA/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_RxE-EbHG9GN82

 

This is the ITB Kit that I have: https://www.mrpltd.co.nz/product/mrp-4age-billet-race-individual-throttle-bodies/ 

 

6 hours ago, Adamw said:

What is the trigger wheel?  What idle valve?  Does it have a MAP sensor connected? What type?

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9 hours ago, Yaqub Baiani said:

I have 2 trigger wheels, one from techno toy tuning and the other from MRP.

Which one is fitted to the engine?  How many teeth does it have?  Is it a VR sensor or Hall effect?  Are you going to run a cam sensor as well?  If so what type?

 

9 hours ago, Yaqub Baiani said:

Since it’s the JDM, it already has the factory Toyota MAP, but Barry told me the G4x also has a MAP sensor built into the ECU. 

The Atom doesnt have a MAP sensor built-in, only the Monsoon does.  So you have a factory AE86 MAP sensor?

 

 

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1 hour ago, Adamw said:

Which one is fitted to the engine?  How many teeth does it have?  Is it a VR sensor or Hall effect?  Are you going to run a cam sensor as well?  If so what type?

 

The Atom doesnt have a MAP sensor built-in, only the Monsoon does.  So you have a factory AE86 MAP sensor?

 

 

nothing is fitted on the car as of right now, T3’s is 36-1 and Barry’s is 24-1 I believe. I have the hall effect sensor from MRP (see the trigger kit link I sent above). Do you recommend a VR sensor instead (and if so, which one). The distributor will be used for home position .

I have the factory AE86 MAP sensor, correct. I also have the TPS sensor that came with the ITBs. 

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On 6/29/2020 at 5:04 PM, Adamw said:

Which one is fitted to the engine?  How many teeth does it have?  Is it a VR sensor or Hall effect?  Are you going to run a cam sensor as well?  If so what type?

 

The Atom doesnt have a MAP sensor built-in, only the Monsoon does.  So you have a factory AE86 MAP sensor?

 

 

Hey Adamw, were you abl eto see my comments above? Any guidance would be appreciated. Thanks!

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I made a few tweaks to the supplied map so it is a bit closer.  I cant find any info on the calibration of a AE86 MAP sensor so you will have to research that yourself.  Set up for the 36-1 trigger wheel with a hall sensor, if it has any adjustment I suggest lining up the tooth after the missing tooth gap so it is pointing at the sensor with the engine sitting at roughly 90deg BTDC (i.e. all pistons halfway down the bore).

You will have to check all inputs and outputs are assigned to match your wiring.

MRP Full AE86 4AG 16V Startup COP 550cc 36-1.pclx

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