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  1. I didnt look at the cal posted here. But when i was facing the issue a couple weeks ago, my cal did have APS main on the ethrottle table and the issue persisted. Even though it would show the "h bridge polarity reversed" fault, it would still set the appropriate TPS main/sub voltages and i just had to verify the TP sub 100% value. The ethrottle would work but had some very weird drivability issues that appeared to stem from a very noisy TP signal.
  2. Just to verify, you do only get the error during calibration at the very last step of the calibration process when the ecu is trying t close the throttle correct?
  3. I ran in to this problem very recently. I would get the same error during the calibration process.... 75% of the time. Sometimes it would calibrate with out issue. I didnt have ample time to spend with the vehicle to sort it out, but it wasnt a h bridge issue. I want to say it is a throttle return spring issue. The fault would only occur at the very end of the calibration process and it would act as if the throttle is hung open while the ecu is commanding it to close. If i had one of these throttles on hand i would play more with it on the bench and get to the bottom of it.
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    maybe discribe your issues and post a copy of your calibration???
  5. I have been running a standard 150psi sensor on the coolant system with no issues.
  6. Try increasing the master fuel value if traditional fuel mode. If modeled fuel equation, try reducing the injector scale value. Removing the vac line to map sensor makes the ecu run in a different area of fuel map.
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    David, the G4x extreme is light years a head of the v88 ecu. Would be a direct swap and just need remapping. If you need more IO would be the primary reason to move to a Thunder, but Im sure you could alleviate some IO constraints with some CAN integration via a dash or some form of expander.
  8. Do you have an ethanol sensor connected? If no, its normal and not an issue. If yes, how is it wired and configured?
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    EZ30R tuning

    Im in Stuart just north of west palm. I used to do a ton of subarus a couple years ago. These days I do anything that pays, but prefer its on a Link. Hit me up if you need assistance.
  10. Yes it is possible. Sounds more like a tuning issue from glowing cat and vibration described. I would verify Sync of the triggers. Might have it set 360 deg out or mechanical timing issue. You should be able to get a good running engine with the dizzy.
  11. I simply looked at an aristo ecu pinout and went pin by pin.
  12. When setting up trigger 1 in the software there is a setting for position, crank or cam.
  13. @VtrSp1 I experience similar issues with the code 84. I typically notice this upon initial key on before the engine is even started. If you configure the DBW system to have "when stalled" setting set to "quiet" it will not happen as frequently, but still occurs. It typically doesnt really cause any ill effects on operation, just an annoyance.
  14. You could take a look at the jzx100 base file for initial vvt settings. and check out the ignition there also or the supra base.
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