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  1. Gregconboy158

    Unhappy

    To jump in on this I've always felt the advice and guidance from the team (Adam) to be 2nd to none, I've always had the help and resolutions I've needed and would in turn recommend link to anyone.
    2 points
  2. wastegate

    Unhappy

    Personally I think Adam and the team does a wonderful job of helping people get their shittas running. In fact I've seen a number of times Adam (sorry to single you out) has gone above and beyond to help. You have to remember that these guys (non gender version) make and support the ECU. Getting the engine and systems working with the ECU comes down to who is putting in the numbers into the ECU. It's not on Link to get it running and tuned for you. Some people keep bring up this whole thing about them feel abandoned on G4+. It's EOL, new version now with better features and faster C
    2 points
  3. Knox

    G4X 2D launch control

    Thanks, I make driven wheel speed source to gp speed 1 (like driving wheels) and 3d mode with single axis like Vaughan wrote and works perfect now.
    2 points
  4. Thats a typo you have found there sorry, I will get that fixed up. Corrected note below. So yes you can use A8/Aux 8 & A11/Aux 7 for what ever you wish and you dont need to worry about A9/10.
    2 points
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  6. @Gsab I've been visiting this forum every day for a couple of years now, and have been reading every new thread that's posted, and I agree - you can learn a LOT about how the ECU works just by doing so, and also HUGE respect to @Adamw for his professionalism and patience (even when he didn't work for Link for a while - I think he's back officially now?) - especially when, as you said, most people do not come back to say thanks! It reminds me a little of this: XKCD: Wisdom of the Ancients One thing I don't like about Haltech is that they discourage you from using the
    2 points
  7. Logic level would be a few milliamp only - enough to drive a transistor. In the plug-in ecus where Inj7/8 are used as aux outputs, a circuit like below is fitted to the bottom board.
    2 points
  8. Reading through the notes of the recent changes to temp input capabilities it does look like the intent was to allow the temp inputs to be used in this way, but I think pressures may have been overlooked. I will get this on the list to have another look at. In the mean time the work around would be to do it via a GP input and math block like below. I know, a bit of a ball ache...
    1 point
  9. Here you go. MXS Strada - Eryin HKS CT230R FURY + EGT.zconfig
    1 point
  10. This went up late last week: PC Link Downloads | Link Engine Management Release Notes: https://www.linkecu.com/pclink/Link Engine Management PC Link G4X Updates 26112020.pdf Known issue with the drivers, see here: https://forums.linkecu.com/topic/13145-ftd2xxdll-is-missing/
    1 point
  11. File below will do it without much work. Assign all the IO to match your wiring, and maybe some adjustment of the master fuel will be about all it needs. 1JZ-VVTi Start up.pclr
    1 point
  12. Ok mate to easy I’ll have a browse tonight and see what I can sort out when I’m able to get to my computer and car.. thanks for the input mate appreciate it
    1 point
  13. wastegate

    FTD2XX.DLL is missing

    Hey Guys, I've just upgraded from a G4+ to a G4X TALTX and I'm just installing G4X PCLink EN 6.19.65. However, running into an issue were it fails to start. Errors in a dialog box saying FTD2XX.DLL is missing. This is in a Windows 10 20H2 Virtual Machine on VMware Workstation 16.1 Uninstalling and installing 6.18.44 works fine.
    1 point
  14. This is why I suggested you connect it via CAN in the first place. But anyhow, it seems you also have the calibration set up wrong since the ECU is reading backwards compared to the signal. Lower voltage should mean lower AFR but yours is going the opposite way. Please attach your tune and I will take a look.
    1 point
  15. Koracing was talking about the hold power keep alive time. This is how long the ECU stays powered up for after you turn ignition off to allow the idle motor to reset to its home position. 5 or 10 seconds will do for a WRX.
    1 point
  16. Adamw

    Unhappy

    Can you attach your most recent tune. And a log of it cranking again.
    1 point
  17. Here is the logic I used, seem to work. 25s on cold start, 5s on hot restart.
    1 point
  18. I would also make sure to use a RPM level so that your wideband doesn't just light up 20 seconds after key on if you were sitting there without the engine running.
    1 point
  19. Adamw

    Evo IX vs Link G4+

    Try the file below. I have made some changes to the idle speed control settings as well as idle ignition. Idle base position table may now not be perfect for cold start/fast idle since there was no cold running in the logs, but you can adjust that yourself later. The E-throttle oscillation means the PID is not correct. I have lowered Proportional and Integral a little, see if this helps. The launch control is not disarming because you need a "non-driven" wheel speed assigned. I have now assigned that in the speed sources menu so that should work now. You can use the f
    1 point
  20. I would lean towards the Xtreme in your case. Yes, it can run any engine from 1-12cylinders. The S13 plug-in ecu only has 6 injector drives available on the board and no e-throttle outputs available on the board so that will limit you if for instance you choose to go to a LSx or whatever. It would still be able to run a V8, but injectors would not be fired sequential.
    1 point
  21. Thank you, much appreicated. I installed the latest PCLink and updated the firmware as you suggested. I did experience some strange behaviour though: A while back, I set Lambda Mode OFF to do some refinements to fuel table Once complete, I set Lambda Mode Auto Mode (Wide Band) and the following tables were missing: CLL Pos Trim CLL Neg Trim CLL Update rate I found that by setting FTrim Tables to OFF, then back to 3D Table again, the missing tables re-appeared. Not sure if this is expected behaviour but it confused me.
    1 point
  22. Alex92

    G4 GTRlink engine fan

    So weirdly enough instead of ign 8 it was Aux inj 8. Yes im using the ecu to trigger ground on the relay that power the fan’s.. thanks anyway.
    1 point
  23. What size are your injectors? The Pre crank prime is in milliseconds, so the values there will vary depending on injector size.
    1 point
  24. add crank enrichment. a fair bit. you want it to fire first to know it is the crank enrich at play, if it takes ages to fire it is normally crank enrich. E85 ends up with large numbers for cold crank enrichment, so don't be scared of big numbers in the lower temps.
    1 point
  25. Try the attached to see if EGTs are showing on the dash. If they are, then it would also pay to test they are mapped correctly, unplug #1EGT sensor and check #1 temp on dash changes, then do the same check with #6. This is because they make both a 3 channel and 4 channel EGT box which use the same CAN ID and format so im not 100% sure how the dash knows which is which. For your speed it should work, the R32 has an electronic signal from the (cable driven) dash back to the ecu. Although the reed switch is prone to dying in them. In PC Link does your LF wheel speed show anything when mo
    1 point
  26. Cold Start Went Well. I did have to adjust charge table, I knew that was coming, On a second note, I noticed that I ac clutch was turning on. Will check circuit before we get into it. But I had to disable clutch DI to stop it from running, relay keep activating, then deactivating. May a cross in the harness, personally never seen snow in September. Then had voltage drop across the whole system. Obviously something crossed in alternator charge circuit. The harness is stock. Will put a volt meter on it to check it all out. Maybe I should just old school and get away from el
    1 point
  27. Adamw

    Boost Target Changing

    Can you update to the latest firmware and try to reproduce. Even if you set your target lower for testing it should be a valid test. I found a similar bug noted in our system where if you passed through a 0 target in your boost target table when there was a negative trim applied it would add trim to the target after that point. During that gear change you do move through a zero target cell so I think this is related to the same bug that has already been fixed.
    1 point
  28. Adamw

    Evo IX vs Link G4+

    There appears to be something wrong with your intake cam wheel. It should have 4 teeth on it with about 180 deg angle between each tooth. But your cam angle test is only reporting 3 angles, 56,420,600. So pull the cover of your intake cam sensor and have a look, it seems maybe it is modified or broken? If the wheel looks ok, then maybe the sensor is failing, you could try swapping with exhaust sensor as a test. It should look like below:
    1 point
  29. In the documentation for the gear ratio table, it says "Gear Ratio = Engine Speed (RPM) / Speed sensor frequency (Hz)" and "Engine Speed/Speed Sensor Frequency". However, as far as I can tell it's actually Engine Speed (RPM) / Wheel speed (kph). This is what is actually displayed in the Runtime Values box under the Misc tab.
    1 point
  30. Adamw

    Evo IX vs Link G4+

    Im not quite sure I understand what you are trying to do - when you enable a table, the ECU pulls the first free GP table that it has available, that may be the same table you just turned off from the other function. Normally you should choose "Yes" when the message asks if you want to clear the table and set the axes to defaults. You should use the base map named "Mitsubishi EVO 9 PCB V1.6+ G4+ Xtreme Plugin", the Version number refers to the bottom board revision. The difference is some of the aux outputs have been shuffled a little as the later bottom boards support E-throt
    1 point
  31. I tried to download English/Japanese version of G4+. But all links are English/Chinese ver. Can you fix the links?
    1 point
  32. It is mostly idle ignition control related. It is not kicking in due to the RPM lockout, but that is because you have 20deg in the same area of your main ignition table and the idle ignition table is set up a bit weird. Attached below a couple of changes to try. The open loop map, I have just fixed the idle ignition table, main ign table around the idle area and adjusted the lockout. The closed loop file I have done the above and enabled closed loop stepper control. Closed loop.pcl Open loop.pcl
    1 point
  33. razzmtazz

    Dbw throttle pinouts

    Thank you
    1 point
  34. The two with the 960 ohm resistance between them are your ground and signal. The ground connects to the white wire and the signal to the black. If you dont have any documentation to show which is +/- then sometimes it can be determined with a basic multimeter test - I will explain that in more detail below. The third pin is the shield for the sensor pigtail, connect this to the bare drain wire in the link loom. Multimeter test to determine VR sensor polarity: Set multimeter to DC mV. Connect the positive MM lead to one of the pins and the negative to the other. Hold a piece
    1 point
  35. I went and read ALL 206 pages and all the topics in this forum. Yes, it is a lot ! What I found was that most of the questions asked are pretty much the same issues, just in a different format. Same problems. Adam, you are a Trojan mate ! Putting up with the same stuff ad infinitum.. I really learnt a sh*tload of how the ecu works and how the features inner working are interlinked. I am sure I still now very little but was able to help myself. I also discovered that Adam no longer works for Link, that's a double kudos to you for handling a large part of this forum bud.
    1 point
  36. Adamw

    Subaru CAN support

    My understanding is 2007-2011 has basically the same CAN, 2012-2014 is different (but I dont yet know how different), then 2015-2017 is different again. Initial research suggests the same ecu should work from 2007-2017 but I still need to test and confirm that.
    1 point
  37. Adamw

    Subaru CAN support

    Preliminary support will be in firmware 6.19 which is due for release any day now. So far only widely tested in a JDM 2007 STI (same as 2008 in most other countries). I believe it should work with most cars to 2011. Lots of torque based messages as well as fuel consumption etc so the engine needs to be mapped in modeled mode and the torque management function needs to be set up so that the ecu estimated torque is realistic. I can give you a base map in a few days when the included features are publicly released. We are working on a plug-in ECU for these cars but it is still at prototy
    1 point
  38. @Davidv New PC Link & firmware version on Link website today should have this fixed.
    1 point
  39. Can anyone confirm that mapper's method is still relevant? Nothing changed in subsequent versions that would disrupt?
    1 point
  40. paulr33

    DIY vipec display

    I used a base project called CAN_recieve and simply modified it to talk to the 4d Display systems screen library and process all the values from my Vipec V44 on Evo 8 setup. The project is known as mcp_can or CAN_Recieve. I found it in google last time and simply used the free library code to get started. CAN_recieve.zip
    1 point
  41. You can do that no worries. 0.00390625 is 1/256. Since we are converting from lambda to bits we do the opposite of bits to lambda. They also have an offset of 0.5 Lambda applied, so it would look like this:
    1 point
  42. The RS232 comm port on the G4X is now a totally separate port from the PC connection, so it cant be used to connect to PC Link at this time. There are definitely some other users reporting similar connection issues with G4X to what you describe. The engineers have been working hard on it for months trying to get to the bottom of it and some of the recent firmware updates have made improvements but I still dont think it is totally solved. In some cases where they have been able to investigate they have found wiring issues and in others it seemed to be isolated a specific laptop so ther
    1 point
  43. Vaughan

    Knock controle link g4+

    The knock retard is visible in the Cylx Knk I-Trim runtimes, the reason it doesn't show up in the main ignition angle value is that the retard numbers are typically cylinder based rather than overall.
    1 point
  44. Adamw

    PC Link New Layouts

    Hi All, The default layouts in the current G4+ PC Link are pretty dated, I recently done a couple of new ones that will be included as the defaults in the next PC Link update. But in the meantime here they are so you can use them now. FYI, if you use both G4+ and G4X ecus and you have highly customised layouts, you can copy the same layout into both PC Link versions by just changing the file extension. G4+ extension is .llg and G4X uses .llgx. Feel free to add to this post if you have any layouts you want to share. 1366 x 768.llf 1920 x1080.llf
    1 point
  45. The pressure compensation is non-linear and applied to the pump current before conversion to lambda (also non-linear) so it is a fairly complex relationship, generally done with look up tables. I suspect that RBR calulator linked above uses some simplified equation as it seems to give very optimistic results for the NTK sensor. They are typically about 4 x more sensitive to pressure than the LSU4.9 in my experience. For the LSU4.9 there are a few slight variations of the pressure compensation curve but this is the one that is generally used from what I have seen: So a couple
    1 point
  46. I have a G4+ Fury installed in my race car with sequential gearbox. The ecu is awesome and all work very good. I need only a few clarification about the Sequential Shift Parameters/setting . As i mentioned before, i use the ecu to do the Shift cut for my Sequential Gearbox in Closed loop mode with Loadcell Knob and Gearposition sensor with Ignition cut % set at 90% and a Ignition Reatard at -15° for reintroducing torque strategy at 20 mS. In the Last weekend i tested them on track and when i do the Upshift strategy i have a big bang in the exhaust . it's normal because i cut the igni
    1 point
  47. Yes, mixture map can be used from road logs. Set up a Transient filter Eng speed < 250rpm/sec and another with TP<5/sec will get rid of a lot of the inconsistent data. Here's a video I done for someone else earlier with some further info: https://1drv.ms/v/s!AiYbYlZQuRHPszz5hTxJ8ec0MitL?e=2JbDVh
    1 point
  48. Adamw

    What version is my ECU?

    The V number on the base map file refers to the bottom board revision, so for your V1.8 board you should be using the Base map "Mitsubishi EVO 9 PCB V1.6+ G4+ Xtreme Plugin".
    1 point
  49. Adamw

    Lambda spike

    Turn off overrun fuel cut.
    1 point
  50. Aux 5 is set to activate the light if GP limit 1 becomes active.
    1 point
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