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    Gregconboy158 got a reaction from hurtinit in 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. 
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    Gregconboy158 got a reaction from SchuKingR in 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. 
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    Gregconboy158 got a reaction from Ducie54 in 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. 
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    Gregconboy158 got a reaction from Jed_dc2 in Mixture map settings   
    Hi, wanting to use the mixture map settings to tune the part throttle side of the table so its a nice drive as I feel this is a better way than on the dyno. So I'm getting decent data from it can anyone recommend some settings to use so I'm not pissing in the wind? 
     
    Thanks, 
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    Gregconboy158 reacted to Adamw in IACV delete   
    There is an idle ignition function but you will likely need to open the throttle stop a little too.
    With the engine warmed up lock the ign timing to 5deg (open set base timing screen) then adjust the throttle stop so that the idle speed is sitting at about what you want with no loads running (fan etc).  This will get the throttle is a good place to allow good idle control from the idle ignition control function.  From there close the base timing screen, turn on idle ign control and set it up like below as a starting point.  Will need adjusting from there.

     
     
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    Gregconboy158 got a reaction from Fotis in RPM CUT Link G4+   
    Yes completely forgot to say that too! Make sure you do as Simon has said! I forgot and fried some new coils lol 
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    Gregconboy158 got a reaction from Fotis in RPM CUT Link G4+   
    Remember to change the dwell table to accommodate the k20 cop. 
    I can send my table later if needed when I get home from work. 
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    Gregconboy158 got a reaction from OSF2004 in G4+ civic link 92-95 trigger setup   
    I assume it's still on stock dizzy? 
     
    If so put ref timing to 16 degrees, try 119 in trigger offset and see if it'll start. 
    When changing you need to make sure you press enter when doing changes otherwise it wont change. 
     
    You'll also need a timing light to get the trigger offset perfect but it will start if you keep changing the numbers and its close. Keep trying and go up in 20s until its close then lower numbers each way. 
     
    That's how I done it and then used timing light to get it perfect after it was close. 
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    Gregconboy158 reacted to Adamw in Fuel level calibration   
    You will need to wire an external pull up and an RC filter to damp to signal from the fuel sloshing around.  See the bottom of this post for an example:
     
    You can then set the analog input up as a GP input and use a cal table to scale it 0-100%
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    Gregconboy158 reacted to cj in Fuel level calibration   
    This should do roughly what you want. The values wont be used for any calculation but it would be enough that you could output it on a gauge in pclink.
    Obviously swap in your own values for ohm readings -> percentages. Also note that the raw value off these sensors is quite jumpy as the fuel sloshes around. I dont think there is a way to dampen them in the software but you can do it with some external electronics.
     



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