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Old 30-12-2017, 12:48 AM
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My ECU with chip has now done Cape york and the Simpson Desert along with lots of other trips and has been exceptional, thanks
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Old 18-06-2018, 11:34 AM
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For anyone that might be doing there own remaps, to defeat the boost cut at 18 psi there is a 2d map at address 3BEB2 . The raw values are 2000, give it a 0.1 factor and it becomes 200mbar which is 3 psi . Change it to 600mbar and boost cut will be 24 psi which is out of the MAP sensor range.
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Old 18-06-2018, 11:40 AM
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The map at 3BC2A is the "start of injection" limiter by temp. This limits the maximum injection point. There's no power gains from starting injection earlier but advancing it as you inject more fuel keeps EGT's down.
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Old 18-06-2018, 11:47 AM
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The map at 397C2 limits the TPS voltage in 1st and 2nd gear, before adding 25% to it I was only getting 1.7 volts in first and 2nd , after it's around 2.7v.
Didn't really seem to make any notable difference to pedal sensitivity.
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Old 07-07-2018, 06:05 AM
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Finally got my ute going with the new chips.. Man what a difference it makes. Your a legend Rumpig.
I gave my ECU to a avionics guy I know thinking he knew what he was doing..guess not.. I pulled the cover off and took the chips out to find he hadnt chopped the plastic centres out before soldering the sockets on. What a mess. I managed to ping them off without removing the sockets then a trip down to Jaycar to buy some solder wick, flux and a $20 set of magnifying goggs and off I went.. got it all cleaned up and running after 2 false starts. Took a bit of cleaning up between the pins and a couple of resolders and she was away
Wasn't as hard as I hard thought.
If there are any Kiwi lads having trouble with finding someone to fit their sockets I reckon I could do it again, drop me a PM
Very impressed with your work Rumpig.. highly reccomend anyone with a stock Z30 to get
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Old 19-12-2018, 06:33 AM
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sold the old Navara a while back. Still have the chipped ECU if anyone interested make me an offer. Located in NZ
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Old 08-02-2019, 03:37 AM
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Hey Rumpig excellent thread! and extremely impressed with all the work and effort and amount of perseverance that has gone into nutting it all out to get it to this stage. Very keen on replacing the ecu/chip in my relatively stock 2004 zd30 Navara... although it now has a 3" exhaust and shortly a front mount intercooler. Im based in Perth and was going to take the ute down to UNITED DIESEL here for a rolling chip and tune which I've heard good things about but after reading this thread (which was a fantastic read) I cant really see them improving on all the work you've put into this so if Philb still has his chip and ECU would happily grab that but otherwise would you still have or be selling re-mapped chips? Good to know there's a guy locally who will solder them extremely keen to do it myself (also think I have played around soldering enough to do this... but having read what everyone wrote here might just pass that job on) Tried to download the map zip file which didn't work for me is that still available? would like to have both options to flash 15psi and the 17psi or simply get 2 chips loaded with the different maps and be able to swap as I make changes to the ute.
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Hi Beachdaz,
i'm not suppling chips anymore and i'm not sure if Kevin at EFI autoparts is still socketing ecu's anymore. If Philb doesn't have his for sale anymore E.C.P.T https://ecpt.com.au are highly regarded and do a mail order service, or try looking for Jamie Knobel on the d22 facebook page , he may be doing socketing and chips also.
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Old 27-03-2019, 01:17 PM
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Hey Rumpig, managed to get a hold of one of your chips/ecu's from a guy over east and just installed it last week. HAPPY AZ!!! made a world of difference driveabilty as a 'car' is so much better especially around the city rev ranges still have the intercooler to go but its half way there. I can now appreciate all your hard work every time I put my foot down :) ...much appreciated :)
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Old 06-06-2019, 08:55 PM
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hi, the boost limiter isn't off by air pressure sensor but the maf.
air pressure sensor map is desactived after temp engine up 50c.
you can bloc map maf and always work with map pressure
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