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Re:ECU Opinions 2012/02/01 16:16:28 (permalink)
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Yep, I'm pretty sure the Link G4 and the rest just 'interpolate' between the maps depending on E. The only true flex fuel ECU would come in a factory implementation? (eg. Commodore VE flex).
 
Hate to say it but the Nissan/GT-R crowd seem to be way ahead when it comes to E85/flex tuning, so I think it's worth checking out how they have been doing it. 

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Re:ECU Opinions 2012/02/01 21:57:44 (permalink)
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Ive been speaking to Trent from Chequred Tuning that done the GTR
He can do it to any ECU that has a spare digital Input.
He uses some parts from Zeitronix
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Re:ECU Opinions 2012/02/02 10:30:07 (permalink)
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Such a common topic nowadays. Suggest talking to your preferred tuner about what they're most comfortable working with. Haltech usually gets my vote nowadays though.
 
Just to touch on knock-control. That's a real hit & miss & would require careful calibration on a built motor.

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Re:ECU Opinions 2012/02/29 17:30:33 (permalink)
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Adaptronic E420C? E1280s if you want to run flex fuel.
 
Other than flex fuel what are you needing? Both do sequential for 4cycl, inbuilt map etc. Classic Performance are comfortable working with them also.
 
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Re:ECU Opinions 2019/07/18 19:19:59 (permalink)
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Apologies for resurrecting this old thread, though I felt that it would be best to continue it instead of starting a new one.
I am considering a Link G4+ for my ST205 Celica, which has a GEN3 3SGTE - http://dealers.linkecu.com/TST205Plus
I like this ECU because I don't have to change any wiring. I'm good at wiring, though I couldn't be arsed. I have done enough wiring on the MR2 race car already.
I know that it can use the existing wiring, though I would like to use a wideband O2 sensor with it so that I can do my own on-road tuning, and ideally self tuning in the same way that the Haltech can.
Does anyone here have experience with using this ECU with a very stock GEN3 setup and Wideband O2?
Getting a copy of someone's completed map would be helpful too.  

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Re:ECU Opinions 2019/07/19 13:24:42 (permalink)
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Apologies for resurrecting this old thread, though I felt that it would be best to continue it instead of starting a new one.

I am considering a Link G4+ for my ST205 Celica, which has a GEN3 3SGTE - http://dealers.linkecu.com/TST205Plus

I like this ECU because I don't have to change any wiring. I'm good at wiring, though I couldn't be arsed. I have done enough wiring on the MR2 race car already.

I know that it can use the existing wiring, though I would like to use a wideband O2 sensor with it so that I can do my own on-road tuning, and ideally self tuning in the same way that the Haltech can.

Does anyone here have experience with using this ECU with a very stock GEN3 setup and Wideband O2?

Getting a copy of someone's completed map would be helpful too.  

Hey Glenn,
I was looking at same couple yrs back for my 96 gen3. But same, couldn't find a base stock map & didn't want to spend the coin puttjng on dyno.

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Re:ECU Opinions 2019/07/29 13:24:44 (permalink)
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Apologies for resurrecting this old thread, though I felt that it would be best to continue it instead of starting a new one.
I am considering a Link G4+ for my ST205 Celica, which has a GEN3 3SGTE - http://dealers.linkecu.com/TST205Plus
I like this ECU because I don't have to change any wiring. I'm good at wiring, though I couldn't be arsed. I have done enough wiring on the MR2 race car already.
I know that it can use the existing wiring, though I would like to use a wideband O2 sensor with it so that I can do my own on-road tuning, and ideally self tuning in the same way that the Haltech can.
Does anyone here have experience with using this ECU with a very stock GEN3 setup and Wideband O2?
Getting a copy of someone's completed map would be helpful too.  
If your interested, download the tuning software for link ecus. I've got one running my gen 2 3sge with an Innovate Motorsport wideband O2 sensor and simply used a base map that came with the software.

I believe there are a couple of celica base maps there as well and also 3sgte mr2 maps.

I can double check when I get home.
 
EDIT: I've checked the Link Software, it provides a base map for a ST205 Celica (listed as for the Xtreme version of ECU).

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post edited by Supremacy - 2019/07/29 17:31:09
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Re:ECU Opinions 2019/08/05 17:40:00 (permalink)
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If you're interested, download the tuning software for link ecus. I've got one running my gen 2 3sge with an Innovate Motorsport wideband O2 sensor and simply used a base map that came with the software.

I believe there are a couple of celica base maps there as well and also 3sgte mr2 maps.

I can double check when I get home.
 
EDIT: I've checked the Link Software, it provides a base map for a ST205 Celica (listed as for the Xtreme version of ECU).

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OK thanks. I'll check it out.

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www.classic-ford.org
 
 
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