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2G Bee R rev limiter install help

Posted by 7ravon, Aug 3, 2020

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  1. 7ravon

    7ravon Probationary Member

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    Hey I’m new to DSMtuners and modifying cars in general I’ve only done small stuff to my car like installed a header, wrapped it, installed a oil pan and things like that but I’ve been to a few car meets and it seems like everyone can spit flames in their cars I understand how that works with anti Lag and rev limiters, since I haven’t gotten the chance to turbocharge my car yet (which is a plan sometime down the line) I bought a rev limiter not too long ago and as expected there wasn’t any tutorial on how to install it on my car it’s a bee R rev limiter and the other people who had questions on how to install it got bashed on this forum and also didn’t actually get help, I understand how to install it up until one point... here’s the description on the paper that came with the limiter
    https://images.app.goo.gl/GX8DLuUqhdxY6Hdk8
    On the Mitsubishi section it tells me to connect the green wire (on the rev limiter) to the crank angle sensor on the ECU and connect the Yellow wire to the (igniter unit) now I’ve looked and nobody seems to understand how to set this thing up. Here’s the pinout of my ECU
    http://www.dsmlink.com/images/forums/2GECUPinout.pdf

    Now do I need to connect the yellow wire to wires 10 and 23 or to wire 52

    please no sarcasm or hate or bashing I just want help on this
     

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  2. motomattx

    motomattx Proven Member

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    Likely that 90% of us here have never heard of this product or have ever known anyone to install one.
     

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  3. 7ravon

    7ravon Probationary Member

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    Wow that’s unfortunate
     

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  4. redrkt

    redrkt Proven Member

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    I have limited knowledge about the product but based on the instructions I'd say your on the right track. Yellow to 10 and 23 and green to 89. You def don't want to use pin 52.
     

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  5. DSMPT

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    I have installed the Bee-R on DSM several times. Yeah that is totally not popular in DSM community. The Bee-R 2 step rev limiter was very popular devise for drifting guys in Japan many years ago. And that works on 4g6 equipped DSM, too (I'm not sure if it works on a 420A DSM). Just be careful that nowadays there are soooo many cheap knockoffs from China and South Asia. In my experience, some knockoffs work, some don't work properly.

    The red/yellow/green wires go as the pic below (That's the manual that is supposed to come with a real Bee-R) and the white wire goes to some ground switch such as parking brake switch or clutch switch. When the white is grounded, it will switch to the 2nd channel. And cut the gray wire for 4 cylinder cars. If you got an used unit and the brown wire is already cut, just reconnect it.

    Bee-R.jpg
     

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  6. pauleyman

    pauleyman DSM Wiseman

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    Just what is it you're trying to do?
     

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  8. 7ravon

    7ravon Probationary Member

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    I appreciate that so much
     

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  9. 7ravon

    7ravon Probationary Member

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    well see I just wanted to shoot flames without spending a lot of money on an ecu and tune it’s something temporary and just for fun I’m really testing to see if I’m good at modding or not also I know what 2 step can do to an engine so obviously I wouldn’t do it on a daily basis maybe only at meets but rarely
     

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