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hi iv built and swopped from a 2.0 to a 2.5 and changed nearly every thing and iv got all my wiring sorted with no fault codes and its turning over but its spluttering trying to start but wont run, its way above what I no and im trying yo learn but im stumped iv got a link g4+ and its a 2005 Subaru impreza with a fully built 2.5 with 1000cc injectors 

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I just up loaded the later version map as from the 2.0 only one cam sensor and on the 2.5 theres 2 cam sensors 

So should be the right base map just to get it running just didnt no if the logg would show what the problem is 

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Only single inlet avcs heads but iv just looked at runtime and im getting no signal thru to the ecu but iv wired them up to di 1 for LH and di2 for RH but everywere i read it says LH goes to trigger 2 am i right? But in the link wire diagrams say to go to di 1 and di2

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You have triggering errors counting up while cranking and erratic RPM signal. Something is wrong with your triggering. Can you most your pclr file as well, and a trigger scope capture? - to do this crank the engine, then while still cranking hit the scope capture button, then post the .llg file here please.

trigger1 should be wired to crank

trigger2 should be wired to LH cam sensor

any DI should be RH cam sensor.

what year & model were the old and new engine? maybe you have moved from an older to newer model crank wheel - these changed early 2000's.

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