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  1. Problem Solved The owner is also a machinist, DRP = Dan's Rad Parts. Cheers, Mike
  2. It appears that they have a 36 -1 -1 arrangement. Will it matter where the missing tooth is relative to the camshaft position? some information - http://msextra.com/forums/viewtopic.php?f=131&t=44464&sid=4956d0fb750b900704c858ae76307f26&start=20
  3. Could you please tell me how many teeth a stock VK56 has on the crankshaft trigger plate? (there is a profile for triggers in the Link G4 options) I'm helping a friend wire up a VK56 in a R32 skyline. The stock crank trigger disc is on the flywheel, and the pickup is in the bellhousing. With a RB25 gearbox and bell housing being used, we will make up a trigger disc and put it on the front of the crankshaft. To make it work with the preconfigured Link 'VK56' trigger setup, i want to replicate the same amount of teeth. This will help ensure that the VVT setup will not run into problems. Cheers, Mike
  4. Hello, We are still developing this this, we have it working fine on a 7' tablet at the moment. We MAY even be able to get this to work with USB, more development will let us know eventually. Once the software is stable with no obvious problems we may look at doing some beta testing. If there is anything that you guys want to see specifically, please let me know via these forums or email. Cheers, Mike MPBManagement
  5. I've already fried one alternator on my evo engine (evo 4-9) and the it's because I haven't hooked up the ECU controlled part of the alternator. What does this actually do? Can the Link G4 ECU output a signal to allow control of the alternator? Attached is a circuit diagram of an Evo 6 Charging system. Cheers, Mike
  6. Hi Andrew, I can confirm that the link Scott shared with you does work, i'm using it to convert my LLG to CSV for displaying HP/TQ on a virtual dyno program. It's very simple to use too! Cheers, Mike
  7. Thanks for everyone's support! We are slowly getting there, the product is just being finalised and completing the connection issues we have had. The layout is still basic and some items and configurable, but basic is how i want it and will be how the program will start out. It will evolve with the User's wants, and we will try to implement as much customization as possible. Do you have idea's for what you want to see? As mentioned above, please do not hesitate to email me on mike@mpbmanagement.co.nz Cheers, Mike
  8. Works Perfectly, thank you Shura! Legend!
  9. I've updated my Link G4 Xtreme to firmware 4.9.1 The LLG2CSV software now does not covert my LLG files. I tried opening a log from a 4.9.1 equipped G4 with the 4.7.1 PC Link software, and this information will not display. So there must be some changes in the log format that isn't allowing them to work. SHURA can you help? (log file attached) Cheers, Mike mike_cullingford@hotmail.com
  10. Yup for sure, you can do those things. On my setup, i switch Ecu Logging, Launch Control and Hi/Low boost. Wire in a switch into a Digital Input. Whatever you want to switch (lets use Launch Control), you have to go into that menu. Motorsport - Launch Control - Launch Control setup tab Change activation control from always ON to your Digital Input that you wired the switch into. To check to see if your DI (Digital input) is working, you can goto the runtimes value tab and turn your switch on and off. Check the Digital Tab! Done and Done!
  11. More Progress! Battery Voltage (the one parameter we can adjust on the workbench) is now displaying correctly, and when we change the power supply it changes on the screen. There is a lot of programming left to go with inputting all of the modifiers and multipliers, but it's all relatively simple. My Programmer will is implementing lots of options from the get go, with a large amount of information parameters to be displayed at any one time (testing 12 so far). We have the Application automatically connecting to the bluetooth when it's starting up etc, and once the application is up all you need to do is push the 'GO' button to have live information streaming to your phone. We should have a full working prototype by the end of next week, and i'll probably test it on Hans Ruiterman's car (www.ehmotors.co.nz) as my car is still in pieces! If there is anything specifically that the community (YOU!) wants, please leave a message here or email me at mike@mpbmanagement.co.nz . Cheers, Mike Â
  12. Just an update. We have successfully connected a Bluetooth device to my Link G4 Xtreme and are receiving data on my laptop. We just need to translate the code and then implement the bluetooth protocol's into my Samsung Galaxy S. Hoping to have a full prototype working in the next month or so. I will let everyone know how we are getting along! Cheers, Mike
  13. Hi Malcolm, that looks mostly like it's for CAN, not RS232. I've emailed him to see what he thinks of my idea, and if his software/app can be ported over. I will look at learning how to program Andriod stuff soon, once i have my car going again. Cheers, Mike
  14. Hello Yurgen! sorry for the old post revival. Are you able to get me the RS232 protocols so i can start working on this? Cheers, Mike 0211747427
  15. Hello, i'm building a RS232 type display for an University project. Are you able to give me the RS232 protocols for the Link G4 so i dont have to sniff? This would help a lot. Cheers, Mike
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