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Re: #418/2000 restore & mod thread.


NateCrisman
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418/2000


Galant VR-4 org Post #: 1230665 posted 07/30/16 09:08 AM     Remind Me!  Send Private Message   Edit Post   
Quoting transparentdsm:

now that is something i would like to see. a dual stage meth kit ran through link, innovation baby!!! i wish link would make a meth/alky tab so all you needed was a solenoid and it could run off your map sensor, also allowing you to do boost and fuel, + or - by percentage. then you could run the AUTO Power/ECO switch to turn on and off meth and bring the tune back to a straight pump gas tune. the day i see this is the day ill def start to run meth. for now im gonna squeeze every thing i can out of the PTE6152e on the uncut 92 i can get locally.


Nate, would you mind if i asked you a few questions about tuning my personal set-up? Not asking you to tune my car, just asking for some guidance.





I really wish Link with 1G ecu had another programmable pulsewidth modulated output (like boost control logic) that you could use for a progressive alky activation. Run a BIG ASS meth nozzle and bring it in smoothly with boost and be able to have rudimentary tuning of meth flow at 500rpm intervals. That would also make a global fuel change work out, cause you can specify a global fuel change, then adjust the meth flow to be consistent with rpm.

honestly, this is basically what all the aftermarket progressive controllers already do, Id just much rather have it on-board and integrated into the datalogs and have the super fine tuning ability bs the controllers that are just two arbitrary knobs labeled start/full that tap into your map sensor. and you have to experimentally figure out what the activation points are.

anyway....I may just slap the M18 single nozzle on my car, wire up the Devil's Own progressive controller that came with the kit, and see if that helps with the stumbling and wet misfires.

As far as the eco switch/pump gas tune....I wouldn't ever bother. I would literally NEVER want to run the car hard on pumpgas only once I have the meth kit installed, Id never touch the button. If the kit failed or I ran out of meth...well...just don't go wot till you fix/refill. I wouldn't waste my time fooling around with the pumpgas only tune knowing Ill never run it. hahaha

It would also be a nice minor addition of DSMlink someday added a basic "cut off the boost control noid" that you could tie to the FPS/EGR/idle switch input. Basically, all the commonly available Failsafe methods integrate with link well, but there is no internal way to "kill the boost" internal to the ecu when your failsafe goes off and have it show on the log. Guess ill just put a relay inbetween one of the boost noid wires to cut out if the failsafe triggers.




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Edited by NateCrisman (07/30/16 09:14 AM)

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