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Ecmlink Tuning

Posted by 95tsiawd0330, Feb 26, 2012

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  1. 95tsiawd0330

    95tsiawd0330 Proven Member

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    can someone look at my stream from when i had my laptop on my car with the ecmlink v3 and tell me what you see wrong with it please help me tune it in
     
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  2. 95tsiawd0330

    95tsiawd0330 Proven Member

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    can i get some help on telling me if all my settings are good like fuel trim airflowperrev ect..... if not can someone give me a step by step on what to do iam new to dsm cars and would like to learn how to set my own car up instead of paying someone 450 dollars to tune it

    my mods to my car
    6 bolt swap with 7 bolt head,ross forged pistons 8.5:1,eagle crank,eagle rods,acl bearings,arp head studs,crower valve springs,ngk plug wires,fic 880cc injectors,walboro255lph low pressure fuel pump,evo3 intake manofold,evo3 16g turbo,fp exhaust manofold,90throttle body,godspeed fmic,fipk intake,90 oilcooler,megandump 02 housing,3inch dp with cat delete,3inch megan catback,3inchthermal exhaust,aem wideband wired as the front o2 senor,dsmlink v3,greddy bov,hallman pro boost controller
     
  3. 96WhiteTSi

    96WhiteTSi Proven Member

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    You are better off going to

    http://www.dsmlink.com/forums/

    and ask there for help... Nothing against the guys here... just thats the LINK specific site...
     

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  4. ladsm88

    ladsm88 Probationary Member

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    or email thomas doris from ecmlink so you can get a straight forward answer.
     
  5. skatershawn

    skatershawn Proven Member

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    Or watch these videos:
    ECMTuning, Inc.

    I'd take a look but im on my phone right now, in bed! If you can't figure it out still after these video's ill take a look and see if my knowledge is helful. Fyi im still new to tuning via dsmlink.
     

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    1993 Eagle Talon N/T
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  6. gofer

    gofer Moderator

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    It probably wouldn't hurt you to watch EVERY video here. ---> ECMLink Demo Vids

    Then read through this. ---> ECMLink Wiki

    Then, once you've done ALL of that you'll have to post a log (after following the videos) for us to tell you if you're doing everything correctly or not.

    :dsm:
     

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  7. 95tsiawd0330

    95tsiawd0330 Proven Member

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    i have watch the videos and read wiki i just would like to get someone that been messing with dsm cars to just look at my logs.

    i just would like to know what values i should be at i know airflowperrev should be at around .25 and i noticed in the video the mans 02 sensor was going up and down fast my 02 was not
     
  8. snowborder714

    snowborder714 Moderator

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    So do you have a narrowband simulation wire input into the front o2 sensor, or is it a wideband output? I'm confused how you have narrowband sim setup, but no wideband input for the sim to utilize. Get that corrected first.

    Then watch video #8 from the links that were provided (even if you already have) and replicate the steps at idle after your car has warmed up. Your AirflowPerRev and CombinedFT values are off.

    Then post an idle log once that's all done.
     

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  9. 96WhiteTSi

    96WhiteTSi Proven Member

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    If you dont know why his was going up and down fast and yours is not.. then you have not watched the videos and read the wiki in its entirety..

    You really need to watch those videos and read the wiki.. ALL of it that applys to you (if your not running SD then skip that section)

    They help... no one here or on link forums are gonna TUNE your car for you... for free at least...

    you can always contact this fella...
    Remote Tuning,Custom Eprom Chips,Ecu Services - DSM Classifieds
     

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  10. 95tsiawd0330

    95tsiawd0330 Proven Member

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    Iam not understanding you snowborder?I know i have a aem wide band that runs into a white wire of my ecu is this what you mean?If not sorry iam just new to all of this.I just got the car
     
  11. gofer

    gofer Moderator

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    Yes, but which white wire? There are two that are side by side, one to the front o2 sensor and the other the rear o2 sensor input.

    :dsm:
     

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  12. jrohner

    jrohner Proven Member

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    This is the most basic of all concepts for closed-loop tuning, if you don't understand this you really need to learn more before doing a lot of tuning.

    If your o2 is cycling up and down, your in closed-loop mode, meaning the ECU is controlling the fuel based on feedback from the o2 sensor. If the o2 is not moving you're in open-loop, so the ECU is ignoring the o2 and fueling based on the fuel maps. At low loads, if it's not cycling, then your fueling is way off most likely; on a narrowband, higher voltage means richer.
     

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