Turboforslund

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  1. Hi, Can it be the "TPS Angle for WOT Detection" or "Throttle angle threshold for LDR active" that needs an updated calibration? Have you checked the WG-tention? Do you run with a different throttle housing diameter with the new engine? What does TCV duty cycle, Air Mass, STFT and Injection time tell you if you make a log file? // Turboforslund
  2. Good, I hope you know it is only pin b8 that needs +15V or so to be able to flash. All the other pins can keep the 12V supply. // Turboforslund
  3. Hi, Can you make a full pinout of your bench-flash harness? What ecu pins is powered by + and ground? What ecu pins goes to the obd port? i.e a full pinout. What do you use as a powersource? // Turboforslund
  4. Are you sure that the cable is ok for flashing? It might work for communication but you need the right spec to flash (I tried the "sheap ones" and it failed). // Turboforslund
  5. I will for sure do my best as well to fight this issue as soon as my car is back on the road. I find it quite annoying. // Turboforslund
  6. Yes! Just make sure that the load and speed axis etc. is updated too. // Turboforslund
  7. Ask around if anyone has a LPT-adapted calibration of the rev5 bins. It should be fairly easy to get it "good enough". You have both cal avaliable in tunerpro, it's just a lot of work... 🙂 // Turboforslund
  8. Hi, 609 will not work for logging. It is only the 607 and 608 rev5 - bins that have logging features. All other "stock bins" have no support for logging thru tunerpro. An K-line OBD reader should get the general variables thru the "Torque" or likewise app. // Turboforslund
  9. It's a bit off topic, but anyway.. 🙂 That's a nice one. I have "too big" pipes in and from the turbo (4" (100mm) into the turbo and 3" from turbo thru intercooler and manifold). Idle was crap with those volumes from MAF to manifold. Solution: MAF after intercooler (measures perfect even if it is in a "boosted pipe"). Bennefits: Perfect idle, Nice response, I can keep big-sized pipes for low pressure drop. Downsides: Not good for year around use in cold climate, ice can be present in the air after the intercooler. My car is a summer car so there is no drawbacks for me. I have used it for a couple of years, works epic for me! I can use open dumpvalves together with my Turbo + Eaton Supercharger setup without issues. // Turboforslund
  10. Hi, It is in the wiki: https://www.dropbox.com/s/b3cew1ud1zywbi7/rev5b_609_fox_01.xdf?dl=0 // Turboforslund
  11. Hi, Use my 609-xdf together with the 609 bin. If not, all the values in the map as well as both axis will just show completely wrong values. // Turboforslund
  12. Hi, I have Bin Information, AC Mod and some changed axis if I can remember.. rev5b_607-608_fox.xdf // Turboforslund
  13. Yes Boxman, Very annoying, it would be nice to get a full grip of what is happening there. It is speed dependent for sure. I have a feeling that I read about it a while back but I'm not sure. Right now my focus is to get the Turbo + Supercharger - setup done. Any progress/help regarding idle is very interesting. // Turboforslund