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      Thanks! I'll test this out and post results when I have them. Maybe in a couple of weeks or so. Feel free to reply here for a reminder if I happen to forget and you're someone reading this.
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      Well, to add to this, I'm using the wiring for the fpr solenoid to a relay to trigger the nitrous solenoid. I'm currently using a 75 dry shot but might bump to 100 if needed. Trying to roll out to around 30 mph or so out of the hole until the...
    • v8s_are_slow
      To be clear, I believe I misspoke earlier when talking about the operation of it as though ecmlink is controlling this. Ecmlink controls when my nitrous is on/off, and when my secondary maps are on/off. I would just want my brake switch to...
    • v8s_are_slow
      No no, I meant that this one with brake switch may be risky and it should have one more thing between the brake pedal and the relay. Maybe like a momentary switch etc. And I said "That's what I meant above" in my 2nd comment meant it would be...
    • v8s_are_slow
      And do you mean like this?
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    • v8s_are_slow
      Honestly, I'm not sure. Hoping you could tell me. Lol.
    • v8s_are_slow
      Haven't had much free time to get on here and check my post, but what did you not like about it? Any better solution you suggest?
    • v8s_are_slow
      That's what I meant above if you still have an available output. Doesn't this work? Relay 85 - ECMLink output Relay 86 - Ground Relay 30 - 12V Relay 87a - Solenoid + Relay 87 - Not connected
    • v8s_are_slow
      Allright so ill drop a little knowledge ive been sitting on. Evoscan will control i know for sure the evo 7 auto trans. Umm I myself have been looking into getting the evo 7 ecu getting the jumper harness and trying to figure out how to use that...
    • v8s_are_slow
      I'm using Ecmlink and setting it up so that this ONLY happens during set parameters. If I'm over a certain speed, etc. this gets disabled anyway.Just to be clear, this isn't for clamping the brakes down to keep from moving forward. I have a...
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      I'll look at the replies later when I get a chance (working at the moment), but thanks for the replies.But yes, trying to "stage" in 2nd, 3rd, whatever so that there's not so much torque being applied to the axles (unlike a manual car where the...
    • v8s_are_slow
      Was talking to someone on Facebook about it but can't remember who it was. I know you can stage in 2nd gear and as soon as you let off the brakes it'll switch to 1st. You have to wire in a relay to do it. But not sure how to wire it in.I know...
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      So looking at any log that's wot is totally useless for anyone here, There's no wideband information so we can't tell where the fuel is or should be. Only logs "currently" that we can use is anything at idle or cruise where it's in closedloop...
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      A few off the top of my head here.AEM analog usually requires no calibration of the sensor or in ecmlink. Just wire in and select the correct wideband in Ecmlink and go.AEM X-Series, no free air calibration required, but you can. Calibration...
    • v8s_are_slow
      And almost all of those people have problems with them too. I started charging more to tune anyone's car that had it.Trying to get the readings in ecmlink to match the gauge with that particular model is more of a pain than it's worth. And...
    • v8s_are_slow
      Which AEM UEGO is it? The old ones are junk to use with ecmlink. The only ones I'd use with ecmlink that are AEM is the analog or the X-Series.
    • v8s_are_slow
      I wouldn't be going into boost at ALL until you know your true wideband readings and have the mechanical issues fixed. The fuel cut you think you could be having could just be a lean condition and things can go bad pretty quickly. You have too...
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    • v8s_are_slow
      Yeah I have a want to buy post right now.
    • v8s_are_slow
      Suggestions on the throttle body? Either send it out to be rebuilt or just find a used one. Wouldn't do it yourself. That one has too many issues and you won't know where throttle stop needs to be. Getting a used one for now would be the easiest...
    • v8s_are_slow
      As some have already stated about the throttle body. That needs to be fixed. Boost leak checks need to be performed. And I would recommend BR7ES's on the plugs unless you only plan on running 15psi, but why if it's modified?I have a feeling you...
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