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  1. Intake air temp sender is in the stock air flow meter, this is what we use when we tune with the Link 350Z ECU You can use an REV UP ECU with the DE maps copied across , some we do a lot , due to people swopping out the troublesome REV UP for a DE Engine, we use UPREV software to do this , I presume they have turned off the NATS to use another ECU to get the car running
  2. My view is if this is only a VVT trigger and I presume the VVT doesnt start to work at a high rpm, just looked at your attached CAL (1800rpm) , I wouldn't worry about this issue , maybe the gap to the sensor is a little wide once the speed is raised the sensor can give the correct trigger signal.
  3. they tune real well in an Auto car done a few here @AbbeyMS any questions ask away but only G4+ not the latest X model ECU
  4. I have a IC-7 on a R32GTR , we have changed the speedo (odometer) drive from Cable to electronic using a 33GTR sensor , can make everything work speed on the dash speed will only work using RR Wheel speed -gear position works using either LR or RR but cant get the Odometer to work, seem the Haltech dash uses LR speed that is used for Odometer to be driven. I have doubled up the input for RR and LR with Di3 where the speed signal is inputted Any one else got the Odometer working on and IC-7 dash with a Link G4X ECU Thanks MAP 10 SEMI CLOSED LOOP.pclx
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    Haltech ic7

    I have a IC-7 on a R32GTR , we have changed the speedo (odometer) drive from Cable to electronic using a 33GTR sensor , can make everything work speed on the dash speed will only work using RR Wheel speed -gear position works using either LR or RR but cant get the Odometer to work, seem the Haltech dash uses LR speed that is used for Odometer to be driven. I have doubled up the input for RR and LR with Di3 where the speed signal is inputted Any one else got the Odometer working on and IC-7 dash with a Link G4X ECU Thanks
  6. does the Stock ECU record load via a Air flow meter?
  7. Interesting reading thanks Yes this is good , I am looking for data that tells us what exhaust back pressure does to Lambda readings
  8. We know the Link Can lambda when used with a exhaust pressure sensor (when lambda sensor is fitted in between engine and turbo) does anyone know the offset to the lambda values in relation to measured back pressure. Thanks
  9. that's what we use Grant , think that the relay you need to run resistor across the 2 wires controlling the relay; Adam did a good reply regards the resistor set up across some solid state relays sometime ago. Also the guys at Devils Own list a cheap solid state relay but I havent looked at specs http://www.methanol-injection.co.uk/index.php?route=product/product&path=27&product_id=229 The Hella you can buy cheaper as well , no data if it needs a resistor fitted thou Also you need to work out what minimum on voltage is , some wont work below 3v so they may only work f
  10. Just to clarify the G35 Nats works the same as the 350Z set up.
  11. Is this the engine fitted to a Nissan JUKE or Rouge?
  12. When you say old VQ35 what model or do you have a VQ35 HR motor?
  13. as the other guys have said there is something wrong wiring wise. Regards the crank signal is the car using a stock OEM flywheel or an after market as some after market the diameter of the crank trigger is in correct as the signal suffers.
  14. maybe better to post up a data log and the map file for us to look at. I presume you guys have made a new wiring loom?
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