Jump to content

TeckniX

real members
  • Content Count

    41
  • Joined

  • Last visited

Community Reputation

0 Neutral

About TeckniX

  • Rank
    I♥5M
  1. TeckniX

    The (Amazing) x8 Amazing build thread Amazing

    Do that and make a mold of your body kit so you can create spares.
  2. TeckniX

    LS1UZ project

    For shits and giggles I'd enjoy seeing the price-tag when all is said and done. Isn't HPTuners already a $450 license+cost of LS1 PCM ($100-$200)? Wouldn't hooking up a simple aem ems cheaper and straight-forward alternative?
  3. TeckniX

    JCG10 toyota progres'

    Where'd you find it for only 50k yen? All I'm seeing are 150k yen.. http://page6.auctions.yahoo.co.jp/jp/auction/f130095592 ps: walk through makes it look like a cinderblock on wheels, with GS300-style 2JZ
  4. Just get this thing for the Z... http://www.ebay.com/itm/261589999968
  5. Just looked up the HDi stuff. Guess $150 isn't all that bad compared to the $300+ other ones
  6. The Emanage doesn't have a dedicated function for it, but you can use one of the 'features' for it. The idea is to use the Channel A/B sub-injector map to control the solenoid. The duty cycle allows the solenoid to open/close like an injector and bleed off the % of air shown above. 0% don't bleed anything, you're on wastegate spring, 100% bleed all that you can, allowing for more boost. I've had the Emanage ultimate in the car since I was NA, so it is 'free' and what has allowed me to get the car moving around. I am switching over to the stock 1JZ ecu for simplicity, but the 'free' setup of an ebc had me thinking. I'll have to read up on how the MAC is wired in and controlled if no ems is used? I just didn't want to spend $30 on a solenoid, if I already had one in the parts bin
  7. This one is hooked to the 'expansion chamber', the top of the Diverter valve and I believe the turbo compressor side. I don't think it's hooked to the wastegate side, but the idea is to use it as you described.
  8. I may have tossed mine in the trash a long time ago, but some recent digging (I know it was done on 3si circa 2005) got me to look-up cheap EBC. While I was looking over some 1JZ vvti pictures and noticed that there is some type of control valve right above the 'expansion chamber' (blue plug) It does seem to fit the 3 nipple boost solenoid feature, with a 2-wire type switch. For those that still have it, what does it actually do in OEM/factory setup? Is this to 'bleed-off' excessive boost and bypass the DV? The idea is to hook it up as a proper boost solenoid: And use the EMU to control the duty-cycle and get full wastegate (0%) or full boost (100% bleed) on it. Thoughts?
  9. http://www.kijiji.ca/v-cars-trucks/edmonton/toyota-cressida/1020699021
  10. TeckniX

    jzx100 - 1JZGTE VVTi wiring bare minimum

    A big thanks to you mofos for allowing me to double/triple check my wiring. Once I got +B/B1+ wired up to get power, she fired up. I'm getting a ton of fuel dumped right now, which I think is the IS300 MAF throwing some voltage that the 1JZ vvti ecu doesn't like. I've got an LS400 MAF that I need to hookup, but at least I know it can run on that ecu.
  11. TeckniX

    jzx100 - 1JZGTE VVTi wiring bare minimum

    I'm using the stock MAF, so shouldn't need to repin it - Car runs on OEM ecu + EMU. Just trying to get it on the 1JZ ecu. Probably fuxed somfin on the wires. Thanks for the links, I'll double check everything again.
  12. TeckniX

    jzx100 - 1JZGTE VVTi wiring bare minimum

    Looking at this MREL is an output - so probably just +b1 is needed Do I need: * STA - Starter Signal (+12V maybe get it from +B/B1) * S - Neutral Start Switch ( GND or 12v? )
  13. TeckniX

    jzx100 - 1JZGTE VVTi wiring bare minimum

    Probably need MREL and +B1 or something.... Top spreadsheet updated for those interested
  14. TeckniX

    jzx100 - 1JZGTE VVTi wiring bare minimum

    I got IGSW from the xe10 ecu and kept the Batt and B+ I'll try to run that ish tomorrow and will post an update. Thanks for everyone's input.
  15. TeckniX

    jzx100 - 1JZGTE VVTi wiring bare minimum

    keepin' em out - Appreciate the reply, thank you, I'll give that a shot.
×