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MichaelR32GTR

Vipec v88 with electronic throttle

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Hello 

i currently have a vipec v88 wire in ecu in my r32 Gtr 

i want to get rid of the Hypertune 90mm cable throttle body and go Bosch electronic throttle - drive by wire

is the v88 capable of running electronic throttle control ?

 

also in terms of wiring can anyone help me  out on how the ecu and accelerator pedal and throttle get wired up

im going to run a Nissan stagea drive by wire accelerator pedal 

is it 3 wires from ecu to throttle body, then 3 wires from accelerator cable to throttle body ?

any help would be much appreciated 

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15 hours ago, MichaelR32GTR said:

 

also in terms of wiring can anyone help me  out on how the ecu and accelerator pedal and throttle get wired up

im going to run a Nissan stagea drive by wire accelerator pedal 

is it 3 wires from ecu to throttle body, then 3 wires from accelerator cable to throttle body ?

any help would be much appreciated 

I'v just finished converting my S15 to DBW
Throttle body 6 wires and Accelerator Pedal 4 wires all ultimately to ECU, sensor supply 5v and sensor GND can be shared of course.

Throttle Body
1. 5v
2. Sensor GND 
3. potentiometer/signal 1  
4. potentiometer/signal 2  
5. Motor +

6. Motor -

Accelerator Pedal 4 wires
1. 5v
2. Sensor GND
3. potentiometer/signal 1  
4. potentiometer/signal 2 

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There are quite specific instructions in the manual - worth reading all of it as it covers:

  • motor +/- 
  • a relay to provide the ECU with power for the above
  • an Aux so the ECU controls the relay
  • plus the accelerator sensor and TPS wiring

https://www.vi-pec.com/techdata/ecu-manuals-v-series/vi-pec-manual.pdf

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