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Old 05-07-2014, 09:05 PM   #11
Scuby04STi
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Location: Portland*
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2004 STi GTX3076R
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Been really busy but I found at my ride height the larger 235/45/17 Pilot Super Sports rub slightly when my old tires (235/40/17) did not. Added 5mm spacers up front and so far it seems to have no rubbing issues. I really should get my fenders rolled and a slight pull in the rear as well just to add a bit more clearance (currently only about a fingers width between the tire/fender.

Also I have been trying to speed up my tune by just sending in a data log and letting him go over things in his free time as he wishes but my V2 access port doesn't appear to like to "communicate" with my ECU when I go WOT on a log and gives me one of two things. (technically I see the error when I come OFF WOT at the end of my log attempt.

1) "connection to the ECU has been lost" screen with no readable log to speak of when I hook it to my computer.
2) "connection to the ECU has been lost" screen with a partial log, the best thus far lasting 2500-4500RPM (basically useless for what I need)

I need to find another "silver dongle" that I can try from a friends V2 as a last option seeing Cobb no longer has them and only offer a "V2b" conversion option for $150 plus shipping. Beyond that I could just put the "race" software on my laptop and log that way but I want to solve the connection issue regardless. If this isn't solved it I will try my access port on someone else's car and see if its actually the car side connection that has the issue, if that is the case it wont be a cheap fix.
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