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  1. for notice, I have a fg TB and FG intake on a bf motor.. I noticed if I let it idle it would start hunting (rev up and down) but i knew the alt was not charging so figured it might be related. Last night was i able to get it to have some temp, iv started it numerous times cold no problem. Warm starts it would stall instantly. I noticed it was opening TB for start, then basically closing it.. commanding less than 1 percent blade angle. When holding the throttle down you could make it idle and the blade would be somewhere in the high 2, sometimes 3 degree mark. AUF0082 - open loop
  2. yeah but the field allways seems to have a decimal number....does it want the MM rolling diameter as a decimal?
  3. could not edit comment, but : Terrys ties are 15 percent bigger than Ba and the numbers 0.0546 lower. so if we take half of that 0.0273+ba setting and call it done at 0.8065 ?
  4. My Turbo territory has 235/55/18's and for the tyre size its sits to Value 0.724609375 My Ba ute std tyre 215/50/16 and its set to Value 0.779296875 just curious what i should put in for the r31 conversion, as it runs a 185/75/14 or 205/50/15 that's is roughly 8 percent smaller than the ba ute..... should i just use that setting.
  5. ZF shift table 27 from memory, remove all the highlighted downshift figures and it will just stay in whatever gear its in. ive got mine setup something like this, so it wont ever downshift for you..... but it will upshift somewhere verry close to limiter. Just incase your reactions are to slow / rest your hand on the gearstick and move from performance to manual mode without realizing. cheers
  6. what metric does it need for the Tyre size settings?
  7. AUF1964 smart alternator switch - prob good place to start
  8. bf mk2 6 speed auto this is set to 4. ba t5 manual, tis was also set to 4
  9. Canbarra have replied to my email with some verry useful information. In the fg the pcm can take speed directly from the ZF. in the bf the ecu still wants speed via either its b07 pin or abs via can - it cant take speed directly from the ZF oss. the canbarra takes the zf speed and puts it on the can in a way the BF PCM can understand. Bill.h did mention he has made a couple work without such a module, but its more so hit and miss with the bf pcm and might only be certain ones that can play this game.
  10. I thought the ZF has its own speed/oss sensors so it didn't need wheel speed?
  11. Hi Guys, is there an easy way to tell the BF ZF to stop looking for the ABS module? mine is going into limp mode and although it does not have reverse light/brake connected its other errors include the inability to find the abs module. regards
  12. if it can detect backwards rpm for 0 wgdc then maybe...but wont it still give duity from 4.5-5.5 during change?
  13. your turbo smart controller is not going to know when your gear changing, its only going to see boost values, so its going to try keep you at a certain duity cycle. when she changes gears it will pull timing to reduce power, inducing more boost a as by product. The FG turbo ECM has those gear change values you can dial in no duty cycle so your gate is fully open on gear changes. this will help your situation. as puff said, try lowering your spark cut on gear change, but keep in mind what other cuts the car will use.. FG na ecu looks to have around 0.5 as your trans shif
  14. did you change any settings? I'm about to put a fg throttle one mine and comparing things that seem vastly different are : AUF0077 - Convert pedal position to des ETC angle AUF0083 Desired throttle angle as per pedal position AUF0084 b as above couple of smaller things like throttle count wide open etc are marginally different
  15. hi mate, how did you go?
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