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Old 04-27-2017, 05:44 PM   #61
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Re: Project: 2G Talon

Won an ebay auction for a black box ECU. It's slated to arrive tomorrow and I'm off all weekend. Not really looking forward to the pin work, but I'll be happy when I can start tuning the fans and monitoring temps more easily.
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Got the ECU installed, injector pins swapped and ignition firing order re-arranged nicely. I wanted to keep looking at the injector pin swap info to insure that what I was doing was accurate. Spent a few hours only to realize information that RRE had published contradicted my own findings and that RRE's info would set the injector firing order incorrectly for the inverted CAS signal.

Rather then swapping plug wires around, I inverted the two pins at the coil connector and the car fires right up. Currently, I am able to log with EVOScan, but due to getting an incorrect pin from the JY for the ECM, I do not have flashing ability just yet. Trying to get an ECU pin currently, but my flash connector is correct.

Logging the ECU temp sensor shows that my temp gauge is very sensitive once up to operating temp. My fans come on at 206 and shut off around 198. My gauge cluster rests the needle at the middle tick of the thermostat symbol right around when the fans come on. I haven't driven the car, but what I initially suspected was overheating may have actually been the car hovering around 214. Once I gain fan control, I fully intend to kick the fans around 195 vs. 206, with a shut down of around 182 and see how it performs. Sure, they'll be on more frequently, but I'm guessing this may keep the gauge far more centered which is what I've likely grown accustomed to.
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