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Old 04-09-2010, 01:33 AM   #1
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Default LINK ECU Tuners in the New England area

Are there any Link ECU tuners in the New England area? More specifically in the New Hampshire area?

I have a 90 Miata with a early version of the Link Turbo kit. I also have the FMII link ecu in the car with brand new RC 550 injectors.

I cannot get the car to run correctly and stable. At any point in time the car will state that it is running lean as heck, but them rich as heck. I have been on the phone with FM, but just cannot get the car to run correctly.

Boost will not go above 7 PSI, and the car will not idle correct.

I also have a LC-1 installed per the manual with the wiring, but it shows erratic issues as mentioned above.

Any help would be greatly appropriated and rewarded!
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Are there any Link ECU tuners in the New England area? More specifically in the New Hampshire area?

I have a 90 Miata with a early version of the Link Turbo kit. I also have the FMII link ecu in the car with brand new RC 550 injectors.

I cannot get the car to run correctly and stable. At any point in time the car will state that it is running lean as heck, but them rich as heck. I have been on the phone with FM, but just cannot get the car to run correctly.

Boost will not go above 7 PSI, and the car will not idle correct.

I also have a LC-1 installed per the manual with the wiring, but it shows erratic issues as mentioned above.

Any help would be greatly appropriated and rewarded!
Unless your idea of fun is burning $100 bills with reckless abandon, don't expect a tuner to solve your problems. FM kits are idiot proof if you are literate and can walk and chew gum at the same time; you either have an installation error, a default map error or both. PERIOD!

1. Download the FM Link installation manual and read it. Read it again.
2. Download the FM Link Tuning manual and read it. Read it again. Then read it again and note that the default 1.6 Turbo map is for 440cc injectors (you have 550cc injectors), 100kpa boost limit etc etc. Make sure the Map in your ECU matches your injectors, that you have enabled sequential injectors if your car is so modified, that you have set all wastegate and boost parameters etc.
3. Read the Innovate LC-1 installation manual. Read it again. Then re-read the section regarding grounds. Then search this site for LC-1 ground issues.
4. Don't expect any help from FM until you get your **** together; it's pretty obvious you haven't taken the time to read and comprehend any of their manuals or the Innovate manual!
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I know how to tune the link but I'm in CT if you come to the uconn car show tomorrow I could help you tune it
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...the car will state that it is running lean as heck, but them rich as heck.
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Boost will not go above 7 PSI
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