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Old 03-07-2013, 01:12 PM   #51
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I don't even know what kind of car you have, you should fill out your profile.

You can always download RomRaider and the factory tune from your car and see for yourself what the cranking IPW vs throttle position table looks like, but I doubt it's any different than the MT version.
I have an AUTO WRX 2008 Sedan. As for RomRaider, I'm a bit scared to ef with my ECU. I know the stock map is sitting on my AP but have no idea how to extract it. Plus, it seems like a bit of overkill over one fuse?
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Old 03-07-2013, 01:27 PM   #52
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You're not touching your ECU at all, just opening up a stock map on the computer to see what it looks like. Since you're running an AP though you can do the same thing with ATR.

Either way, here's your cranking IPW acc compensation from the 2008 WRX Auto:


It's the same as all the other DBWs, anything over 90% throttle cuts all fuel during cranking.

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Old 03-07-2013, 01:44 PM   #53
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But i have an automatic...will it work
Flooring it will indeed work to cut fuel. Antitheft mode will work as well. Fuel pump relay is driver's side under the hood.

Automatic or standard, it is the same.
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Old 03-07-2013, 02:21 PM   #54
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You're not touching your ECU at all, just opening up a stock map on the computer to see what it looks like. Since you're running an AP though you can do the same thing with ATR.

Either way, here's your cranking IPW acc compensation from the 2008 WRX Auto:


It's the same as all the other DBWs, anything over 90% throttle cuts all fuel during cranking.
wow. awesome. Thanks man!
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Old 03-07-2013, 02:22 PM   #55
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Flooring it will indeed work to cut fuel. Antitheft mode will work as well. Fuel pump relay is driver's side under the hood.

Automatic or standard, it is the same.
i shall attempt all of these as well
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10x easier method is to just floor the throttle while you're cranking (assuming it's a DBW model). Anything over around 80% throttle (forget the exact number) turns off the injectors during cranking. Pulling fuses is a complete waste of time, so is flashing any new map.

pulling the fuse is a 100% sure way to disable starting

idiots can forget to hold the pedal to the floor....because they ARE idiots

LOTS of idiots around.....proof is in this thread

NEVER underestimate an idiot

if the fuse is out, car can NOT start.....and the rest???

yeah...
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Truer words were never spoken...
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Old 03-07-2013, 09:55 PM   #59
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pulling the fuse is a 100% sure way to disable starting

idiots can forget to hold the pedal to the floor....because they ARE idiots

LOTS of idiots around.....proof is in this thread

NEVER underestimate an idiot

if the fuse is out, car can NOT start.....and the rest???

yeah...
Uncle, I will be trusting your method. Unfortunately, there is no ING fuse in my box. But there is the Fuel Pump Relay under the hood. Apparently, that will do it. 08+ doesn't have and ignition cut off....
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Uncle, I will be trusting your method. Unfortunately, there is no ING fuse in my box. But there is the Fuel Pump Relay under the hood. Apparently, that will do it. 08+ doesn't have and ignition cut off....
well ****....just another thing to hate about the gr
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