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Old 11-10-2008, 03:13 PM   #1
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Default Link ECU Support Thread-

Official Link ECU Support Thread-


Hello all, my name is Miles Hechtman and I am the lead tuner at Fine Line Imports (FLI). FLI has been an authorized dealer and tuning facility for Link ECU for many years. We work very closely with Link ECU. FLI specializes in Subaru vehicles so I figure I would to start this thread.


The goal of this thread is to supply customer support for all Link Products. You can purchase products from FLI, you can have us tune your Link ECU powered packages or you can just ask questions and get real answers about Link ECU products.

For more info on LINK ECU products and applications, scroll down to the third post on this thread. I reached the picture limitation on the first post


NEW PRODUCT ANNOUNCEMENT - LINK G4+ PRODUCT LINE, AUGUST 2013



Link ECU has been working on the G4+ product line for a about a year in a half. The standard G4 product line will still be available.

The G4+ product line improves upon the standard flagship G4 line. The G4+ line uses different hardware and software but visually appears to be very similar. It is important to understand that a G4 ECU CANNOT be upgraded to a G4+. The Link G4+ Xtreme and Storm will be available first (in a couple months), then the Plug In G4+ line will be available a few months after that. More info will be available soon.

Some of the notable G4+ features which differ then the G4 line:

- Labelling of inputs and outputs – e.g. DI 5 can appear as “NOS Switch”
- Twenty General Purpose tables (up from twelve) and many dedicated tables
- Looping on-board data-logging with selectable parameters and rates – logging can loop continuously
- Metric / Imperial display at the push of a button
- Built in Trigger Oscilloscope which is displayed within PCLink to ensure optimum accuracy
- Memo text file for the tuners notes stored within the ECU
- Push Button – engine start / stop – as used on many modern cars
- Improved CAN protocol communications
- Dealer upgradable features for an additional charge which include: Full Logging (25 channels which can sample at different rates per channel), Internal closed loop Knock Control, Internal closed loop E-Throttle and full OBDII support via the standard OBDII connection.










For more info on the G4+ product line visit here.


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Old 11-17-2008, 01:46 PM   #2
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Can the units on the display link be changed to non-metric units?
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Background Info on FLI and Link-
FLI supports Link G1, G2, G3 and the new G4 ECU platforms. This can be wire in or plug in applications. FLI's extensive experience is from Link authorized training sessions and years of my own personal experience with every version Link ECU out on the market. Most of my research and development has been done on our in house Mustang AWD dyno.


FLI also manufactures our own wire harness conversion kits for JDM/US Subaru EJ20G, EJ20K, EJ205 and EJ207 engines. We are also tooled up to manufacture EZ30R, EJ257 and EJ255 harness conversions now that the G4 Extreme ECU can control electronic throttle. This can be used with our custom short/long block Subaru engines as well. FLI offers complete engine power packages.


*For more info about FLI, please visit our website, www.finelineimports.net.
*For more info about Link ECU, visit www.linkecu.com.




Link ECU General Info-







Subaru G3/G4 Plug in Applications available-
* Note this picture is a G3 WRX plug in, the G4 is very similar.


This is a direct replacement ECU and plugs into the factory wire harness.


G4 Plug In's-
US 02-05 WRX (EJ205)
US 06-07 WRX (EJ255)
US 04-06 STI (EJ257)
US 07 STI (EJ257)
JDM/AU 94-96 WRX/STI V 1-2 (EJ20G)
JDM/AU 97-98 WRX/STI V 3-4 (EJ20K)
JDM/AU 99-00 WRX/STI V 5-6 (EJ20K)
JDM/AU 01-07 WRX/STI V 7-9 (EJ207)


G3 Plug In's-
US 02-05 WRX (EJ205) *This item has been discontinued.


Info on the G3 WRX Plug in:
Basically, the G3 WRX Plug in has gear dependent boost, all the same idle windows as the G4 plug in's but does not control E Throttle or have as many Aux. Outputs. If you are looking for a reasonably priced Link ECU for your 02-05 Subaru WRX, then this is it. However, Link does not manufacture them anymore so supply is limited.


For more info on the G3 WRX plug in visit here:






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Universal Wire In ECU's available-


Storm-






Extreme-











General Differences on G4 Storm and Extreme-
There are many different features but here are some main points.
  1. The Extreme has closed loop knock control (via G4 Knock Block)
  2. The Extreme offers E throttle control (via Link external controller)
  3. The Extreme has 2 changeable maps via a 2 way switch
  4. The Extreme has the ability to run 8 peak and hold fuel injectors (sequential) and 8 direct spark ignition channels. Yes, this does mean two stage fuel injection on a 4 cylinder engine.
  5. The Storm can only run 4 fuel injectors, 4 direct spark ignition channels
  6. The Storm has NO Knock control
  7. The Storm has NO Electronic throttle control
  8. The Storm has only 1 aux. General purpose output
  9. The Storm is a less expensive alternative to running a 4 cylinder engine
  10. The Extreme includes all the latest features that Link currently offers








General Similarities of G4 Storm, Extreme and Plug In's-
  1. GEAR DEPENDANT BOOST CONTROL! Sorry, I had to capitalize this because Link's gear Dependant boost control works extremely well. I would say the best on the market. No more boost spikes or erratic 5th or 6th gear boost issues. No more purchasing external boost controllers with your Stand Alone ECU's!
  2. Excellent fuel windows, which include cold/hot starts, warm ups, partial throttle, decay, prime, coolant/intake air trims and individual cylinder trims.
  3. Excellent ignition windows, which include coolant/intake air temp trims and individual cylinder trims.
  4. Excellent Idle control. This includes open or closed loop. I have had cars idle clean at 1000 rpm using 1000cc injectors, which is extremely hard to do with factory ECU's.
  5. Limits. You can have a soft and/or hard Map and RPM limit, speed limit and voltage limit.
  6. Variable Valve Timing Control. This includes US AVCS, JDM STI AVCS, EZ30R AVCS and Quad Subaru AVCS.
  7. Motorsport Features, Anti Lag, Flat foot shifting and Traction Control.






Here is the detail features of the G4 Storm ECU.



Here is the detail features of the G4 Extreme ECU.






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Display Link Info-






The Display Link is designed to replace multiply electronic or mechanical gauges inside the car plus offer much more. The Display Link plugs directly into the Link ECU with no wiring . All the information displayed is from the Link ECU. Not only can you data log up to 30 minutes of data but you can also set up warning lights (similar to Defi BF series gauges) on multiply readings.




Features


  • Full graphical gauges for every measured output
  • Crystal clear 320x240 display viewable in direct sunlight
  • User selectable contrast
  • Intuitive user interface
  • CAN bus for future expandability
  • Waterproof aluminum enclosure
Logging


  • Up to 20Hz data rate from ECU’s
  • Supports LEM, LinkPlus, LinkPlusG2, G4 universal ECU's and all Plug-In Link G3/G4 ECU's
  • Onboard FLASH memory for continuous logging
  • Up to 30 minute data logging
  • Playback on dash for after event analysis
Graphing


  • Multiple axis graphing available on screen
  • Graph can be paused or cleared and used to display playback of logged data
  • All data available can be graphed against time or any other parameter for onboard analysis
  • Graph MAP against RPM to aid boost control setup
Alarms
  • Alarms can be set to warn user of dangerous conditions (eg over voltage, low oil pressure)
  • Combinational alarms can be set (eg. AFR is greater than 14.0 AND MAP is greater than 150kPa)
  • Alarm is displayed on screen and warning LED flashes
Gauges




  • Multiple styles of gauges for user preference
  • Some gauges have “peak” memory showing previous peak value for 2 seconds
  • Digital gauges display up to 8 different runtime values on screen for diagnosing problems
  • Digital gauges may be customized to user preferences


Customization


  • Four fully customizable run-time screens available
  • Group information in whatever order is most useful to you





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I hope this is a useful thread to the Subaru community and I am looking forward to answering any questions you might have.








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Miles,

Can the units on the display link be changed to non-metric units?
Hello,

no I am sorry but at this time the Display Link only reads in metric.

Please let me know if you have any other questions,

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Old 11-22-2008, 03:58 AM   #4
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Does the flat foot shifting feature interfere with downshifts, or is it somehow isolated to only work when performing an upshift? This is mostly a drag strip feature I'm assuming?
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Does the flat foot shifting feature interfere with downshifts, or is it somehow isolated to only work when performing an upshift? This is mostly a drag strip feature I'm assuming?
To my knowledge on what I've read it's only for upshifts and is a drag strip feature.
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Miles,

One more quick question. Is there any way to get female connectors for the Link Plus G3 to create a "plug n play" harness.

The first gen legacies have the same connectors. I tried to harvest the ECU female connectors, but the pins are very fragile.
http://www.main.experiencetherave.co...l/DCP_8799.JPG
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Does the flat foot shifting feature interfere with downshifts, or is it somehow isolated to only work when performing an upshift? This is mostly a drag strip feature I'm assuming?
Hello,

Sorry for the delay. Flat foot shifting is really used in drag racing applications or very limited racing conditions because it does add more stress to an engine. Yes, if this feature is not set up correctly it can interfere with down shifts.

For those who do not know, flat foot shifting is designed to allow full-throttle gear changes to be made. This is achieved by cutting the ignition during the gear change so that the engine does not bounce off of the RPM Limit.

In the Link ECU, Flat foot shifting is designed to be activated by a switch once the clutch pedal is pressed down. This switch is used as a Digital Input, specifically the Flat Shift DI. This Flat Shift DI is an edge triggered Digital Input which must be configured. If the Active Edge is configured wrong, then the flat foot shifting could be set when the clutch is released rather then when it is pressed.

For the flat shifting ignition cut to occur the engine must be operating above the Activation Point > RPM value and Activation Point > %Throttle value.

I hope this helps and makes sense,


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Miles,

One more quick question. Is there any way to get female connectors for the Link Plus G3 to create a "plug n play" harness.

The first gen legacies have the same connectors. I tried to harvest the ECU female connectors, but the pins are very fragile.
http://www.main.experiencetherave.co...l/DCP_8799.JPG
Hello,

Can you email me a picture of the header plug facing the camera?


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Old 11-25-2008, 01:38 PM   #9
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Can you email me a picture of the header plug facing the camera?


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Yeah I can do that. I'll take one tonight hopefully.

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Actually, I've got a few I've taken before if they work

http://www.main.experiencetherave.co...u/DCP_6544.JPG
http://www.surrealmirage.com/subaru/images/swap/19

I'll try and get a good close up one tonight though.
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Actually, I've got a few I've taken before if they work

http://www.main.experiencetherave.co...u/DCP_6544.JPG
http://www.surrealmirage.com/subaru/images/swap/19





I'll try and get a good close up one tonight though.
Hello,


We have two of the plugs in stock (left two) with 6 inches of loom on them but I am not sure about the right two plugs. I will get back to your once I get more info.


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We have two of the plugs in stock (left two) with 6 inches of loom on them but I am not sure about the right two plugs. I will get back to your once I get more info.


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Are you talking about the male plugs that go into the ECU's female connector?

I'm trying to either find separate female connectors or an "ECU" female connector block. Like this

http://www.m-cal.com/Products/MC04-3...u-4-Socket-PCB

Not sure that it matters, but here's some shots directly at the ECU connectors
http://www.main.experiencetherave.co...l/DSCN4898.JPG
http://www.main.experiencetherave.co...l/DSCN4899.JPG

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Are you talking about the male plugs that go into the ECU's female connector?

I'm trying to either find separate female connectors or an "ECU" female connector block. Like this

http://www.m-cal.com/Products/MC04-3...u-4-Socket-PCB

Not sure that it matters, but here's some shots directly at the ECU connectors
http://www.main.experiencetherave.co...l/DSCN4898.JPG
http://www.main.experiencetherave.co...l/DSCN4899.JPG

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Josh

WOW! Are you looking for this? I verified that the pins are the same as your ECU (from your pictures).





If so, PM me for the price.

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Yes I would like that. I'll shoot you a PM.

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Hello everyone,

Link G4 Extreme wire in Stand Alone ECU's are out! We should receive our first order in about 2 weeks. Please contact me if you want to place an order or need more info regarding any Link ECU product.

The WRX 1993-2005 G4 Plug in ECU's are out now and the US 04-07 STI plug in G4 ECU will be out sometime in January, 2009. I will keep everyone updated.


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Hi,

I already have a storm but just noticed this on the Linkecu website

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The latest G4 firmware version enables the ECUs on board data logging functionality. On board data logging is an essential feature for tuning and motorsport diagnostics. On board data logging allows ECU information to be recorded directly to memory inside the ECU. Recorded information can be retrieved for analysis at a later stage.

All G4 ECU's are built with 32MBit flash memory fitted. This is significantly more data logging memory than competitors' ECUs. The ECU can be configured to record a large number of parameters at various rates. High capacity memory allows for recording of approximately 100 parameters at a rate of 50 times per second for nearly 14 minutes. Slower rates allow for over 11 hours recording time.

The ECU can be configured to start recording when an external switch is turned on or based on some internal condition. Log files are independently recorded and can be retrieved without downloading the entire ECU memory.
Does this apply for both the storm and extreme? and is the new firmware actually out yet as i already have 4.2.1 and was only aware of the stats logging under diagnostics
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I already have a storm but just noticed this on the Linkecu website



Does this apply for both the storm and extreme? and is the new firmware actually out yet as i already have 4.2.1 and was only aware of the stats logging under diagnostics
Hello,

Great question. Yes all Link ECU's come with on board Data logging capabilities. To access the data logging window, use CTR + F7 or choose it under the Runtime Displays drop down menu. You can also click the white icon next to the gauge icon at the top of the tool bar.

To choose the parameters or sensors you want to data log, click the set up button above the R (Record) button once you have activated the data logging window. This window will appear at the bottom of the screen. Other buttons are S (Stop) and play back. You can save the log anywhere you want but to play back, you must disconnect from the Link ECU.

Also, the latest PC Link software is 4.2.2. Down load it from here:

http://www.linkecu.com/support/dland...Link-downloads


I hope this helps, and let me know if you have anymore questions.

Have a great night!



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I was referring to the on board data logging, but it looks like it just came out today with the release of 4.3.2, time to play around abit
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does the link ecu comes with antilag,launch control[two step]
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i have looking for aem p&p for 93 wrx jdm and not be able to see any they all say 2000 up wards,i would like to get a standalone ecu with antilag and launch control,which one is out their that have p&p and is the best,does any one know of any?
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does the link ecu comes with antilag,launch control[two step]

Hello, yes Storm, Xtreme and plug in Link ECU's have standard anti lag and launch control features. What do you mean by two step?

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^^^Renysti probably means 2 step revlimiter, or launch control.

Miles, do you have any header looms for an older G2 (3 plug type)? I'm working on an adapter loom right now and have very short leads thanks to a previous owner.....

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i have looking for aem p&p for 93 wrx jdm and not be able to see any they all say 2000 up wards,i would like to get a standalone ecu with antilag and launch control,which one is out their that have p&p and is the best,does any one know of any?

Link offers the Link G4 plug and play replacement ECU for any cable throttle Version JDM WRX/STI car. These ECU's offer the latest Link software and hardware features. You can read more about it here:

http://finelineimports.net/index.php...roducts_id=127


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^^^Renysti probably means 2 step revlimiter, or launch control.

Miles, do you have any header looms for an older G2 (3 plug type)? I'm working on an adapter loom right now and have very short leads thanks to a previous owner.....

Thanks,
Jay
Happy New Year Jay!

Renysti, Yes the Link G3/4's come with a two step launch control system. Thank you Jay.

We might have the loom. Can you email me some pictures of the ECU board? I will look on Monday.

Thank you and have a great weekend.

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Will do. Here's some now:




Going into this:


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Happy New Year Jay!

Renysti, Yes the Link G3/4's come with a two step launch control system. Thank you Jay.

We might have the loom. Can you email me some pictures of the ECU board? I will look on Monday.

Thank you and have a great weekend.

Miles Hechtman
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