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KE70 3SGE beams rpm problem

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hi all

I use google translation
 

I have 3SGE beams on an old Corolla
It worked very well at ITB
Thinking of making it turbo
first welded the flange to the stock intake manifold.Because my ECU is a monsoon, stock DBW cannot be used.
In preparation I am adjusting with a single throttle without boost

 

I have a problem

Vehicle sways where load is very low(TP10%hold)

It will rotate smoothly when the load is high.

Is this a misfire?
Are the trigger settings incorrect?
I feel the cranking at the start is a little long

 

Please lend your knowledge and experience

From Japan

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spec

ke70

G4+ monsoon

stock 3SGE   beams blacktop

panicwire Engine harness

Stock AE86 throttle body

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I dont really see any signs of a trigger problem in your log.  I cant see a reason for your RPM oscillation in the log picture you show.  One thing that seems a little odd is the injector pulsewitdh only changes about 10%, but lambda sways 20%, so maybe there is a fuel pressure issue or something external.

For the slow start up I feel maybe your trigger arming threshold could be a little high.  I suggest you change both trigger 1 and trigger 2 arming threshold to look like this:

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Edit, added later:  Sorry, I forgot these engines are VVT.  Have a look at your intake cam is bouncing around.  The ECU is commanding 0° cam advance but the cam is moving between 20-50° by itself.  Maybe there is something mechanical broken on the intake cam VVT.

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adamw 
Thank you for your reply
Your accurate ability to analyze is really amazing

I compared it with old log data
Was very chasing the VVTtarget

Something seems to be broken

Currently, Posh's numbers are very large
I will remove the timing belt from now on and check the pulley

I'll report again

Everyone respects

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Is the pulley moving freely due to inertia?Is the solenoid open and holding it?Let's check:)

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It seems that it was cured when I replaced it with a used pulley.

 

It is fuck that Toyota does not supply the O-ring:angry:

See you guys

I think it was good with ITB because it allowed crazy valve timing.

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