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rebuilt ca18det, basemap for 1st start


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New to standalone ecu's so bare with me please.

 

It is going to a tuner for a full map but would in an ideal world like to at least start it so i can check everything before wasting the mapper's time trailoring it there and it not run!

 

Car is an s13 with ca18det, forged engine (Just built) using a Link g4+ atom 2 wire-in.

1000cc id injectors

Holset turbo

oem cas

oem TPS

MAP & IAT sensor

 

Will also be hooked up to my innovate wideband.

Would it be safe to get a base on the ecu just for startup?

 

 

What size fuses are required also for- ECU, Fuel pump, coils.

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9 hours ago, Brad Burnett said:

The s13 base cal in the software should be good enough to get you moving with some small adjustments.

Cheers Brad, safe enough for a 1st start on new build engine? 

 

Guess the wideband should help with self learn.

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25 minutes ago, Pointz said:

Cheers Brad, safe enough for a 1st start on new build engine? 

 

Guess the wideband should help with self learn.

Check all sensors are calibrated and reading correctly.  Check the base timing as per the help file.  Adjust Fuel master until it runs reasonable (or until your wideband reads ballpark normal), that is all you should need to do to get it running ok.

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1 hour ago, Adamw said:

Check all sensors are calibrated and reading correctly.  Check the base timing as per the help file.  Adjust Fuel master until it runs reasonable (or until your wideband reads ballpark normal), that is all you should need to do to get it running ok.

Thank you. 

 

Just need to know what size fuse the link requires and coilpacks

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