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Wildt267

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  1. Thank you very much for the update. I’d like to chime in and say this feature would be greatly appreciated. I’ve got 6 or so switches I thought I’d have spare inputs for but I got a Subaru plug-in g4x so I’d have to hack up my harness which I’d rather not do. The expansion harness wasn’t particularly helpful in my application. Thank you for continually supporting your product.
  2. Got it. Thank you, that was very helpful.
  3. Hello all, I was going to politely ask the fine engineers if they could work the Aem map sensors into the software, or expand the calibration tables from 16 to 17 cells for convenience, as that is how Aem supplies the data. A lot of folks in the U.S. use these sensors. Thanks for your time.
  4. Thank you very much. I suspected it may be a low speed drivability thing. As my car is very temperamental in that area. I’ll give it a try.
  5. Forgive me as I am a novice to Link tuning. I am transferring data from my previous ecu to my Link plugin and saw the axis for the avcs is TPS and not load. Before I start fiddling with things I thought I would ask what the reasoning was behind that. The factory ecu does load based, as well as my previous aftermarket ecu. The Link engineers seem like clever folks so i figured they may see some advantage that I don't. I was hoping for a quick explanation. Thanks in advance
  6. Really appreciate the additional responses. I don't think I could ask for more specific testimonials. I think i'm sold, thank you very much for the help
  7. Thank you for the replies. That's more the type of information i was looking for. I appreciate it.
  8. Some areas have 2-5 tenths of milisecs in the fuel map and 1-3 degrees of timing in the ignition maps. My main goal for the car is smooth drivability and this particular car has always been a pain about that. If you have ever looked at the factory load compensation maps in a Subaru ecu you'll probably know what im talking about. I'm not using the factory ecu, but an obscure aftermarket unit. Does most all the things the newer ones do , just not to my liking. Seems like it's a slow outdated processor or something. The car is currently set up with aggressive cams, runs up to 34 psi of boost and has a redline of 8500. That's a fair amount of ground to cover right? I was watching a spa vid regarding table resolution on the link. He had trace enabled and it looked like the Link was interpolating many steps between cells. Not just doing a simple average. I was hoping someone could enlighten me a little on that. I had sent the Link sales team an email inquiring on that but they didn't get back to me. I noticed the aem infinity also employs a fast processor with smaller fuel and ignition tables.
  9. I’m looking into switching to a link plugin for my 06 Sti. Features all look great. The one problem is it looks like I’d loose a chunk of resolution from my current 32x32 fuel and ignition maps. I was hoping the Link engineers could make me feel a little better about it. Or maybe I’m missing something altogether. I don’t mind being wrong. thanks in advance.
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