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2013-10-23 20:17:00
Link G4 & Innovate LC-1
Anyone very familiar with the Link G4 ecu's?

Ive got the LC-1 wired in to the G4 loom now, with the analogue 1 wire from the LC-1 connected to an Analogue Volt input on the G4, the second output on the LC-1 is powering the gauge.

Now the issue is the gauge is reading fine, providing accurate readings but the ECU will not pick up the same reading, I have changed the voltage outputs on the LC-1 controller to both wideband outputs but the ecu still wont detect a proper reading, see the below video for an example.

Any input here would be great id like to get some proper tuning done.
2013-11-15 16:24:34
No one in this vast community?
2013-11-15 16:55:24
Everyone here stateside is nismotronic, jwt or aem. Hard to say anyone has used Link in their cars.
2013-11-15 17:03:19
Its a New Zealand based ECU, Maybe try the NZ Primera/Pulsar club. There is a few guys on there who use them and can tune them
2013-11-16 08:10:04
Cheers dude.
2013-11-19 14:58:06
Honestly, it looks like you have the 0-1v output being used for your wideband input signal at the ECU.

Narrowband operation will be opposite of the wideband .. so when you let off and it goes the whole way rich is telling me that the voltage is going to 0 or close to it and that is what a narrowband signal would do.

If you look, it also doesn't go any higher than 10.2 (ish) .. if you do the math that would put it right around 10.2-10.4 at 1v which would be the max for a narrowband output signal as well.
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