PCM questions regarding L67 Swap into VY

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Re: PCM questions regarding L67 Swap into VY

Postby VYL67L03 » Fri Jan 31, 2020 7:36 pm

ohhhh ok i didn't know that, I learn something new everytime i jump on this site, Loving it !

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Re: PCM questions regarding L67 Swap into VY

Postby VYL67L03 » Sat Feb 01, 2020 1:27 pm

WOW still no response, I was told to post my Log & adx for someone to have a look at and still haven't heard anything back lol, Thought this forum was to help people out...

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Re: PCM questions regarding L67 Swap into VY

Postby VYL67L03 » Sat Feb 01, 2020 1:30 pm

Ive also private messaged The1 with the files and looks like its been read but still no respone from anyone...

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Re: PCM questions regarding L67 Swap into VY

Postby antus » Sat Feb 01, 2020 1:47 pm

Its the weekend, theres only a handfull of people here willing to give their time to help. They'll answer when they can if they want to. If you need a response and are happy to pay for someones time there are a few shops around that can provide that. Pm me if you want me to suggest one. Ill see if i know one in your area.
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Re: PCM questions regarding L67 Swap into VY

Postby antus » Mon Feb 03, 2020 6:50 pm

Ive had a chance to take a look at the log, but it doesnt look valid. Does the data look sensible when you view it on your side? Do you have echo selected in oseplugin?

Your plugin should be setup like this, but your com port will probably be different.
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Re: PCM questions regarding L67 Swap into VY

Postby VYL67L03 » Fri Feb 14, 2020 8:34 pm

Hey sorry Antus been pretty crazy with these floods lately and haven't been out working on the car but will be back into it tomorrow, Sorry about my last reply I'm just really confused as to why it won't fire up lol ohh crap ok I will make sure I have the OSE plugin correct, Also would that mean that the changes I have made and flashed into the ecu would have no affect because I haven't got the plugin right ?

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Re: PCM questions regarding L67 Swap into VY

Postby VYL67L03 » Fri Feb 14, 2020 8:37 pm

I thought the plugin was only for non - flash based ECU's

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Re: PCM questions regarding L67 Swap into VY

Postby VYL67L03 » Fri Feb 14, 2020 8:58 pm

Sorry i meant to say isn't the OSE plugin only for ecu's with a NVRAM so you can do realtime tuning ?

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Re: PCM questions regarding L67 Swap into VY

Postby VYL67L03 » Fri Feb 14, 2020 9:13 pm

Got the OSE Plugin set up correctly now :thumbup:
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Re: PCM questions regarding L67 Swap into VY

Postby VYL67L03 » Sat Feb 15, 2020 2:09 pm

just one thing that has been playing on my mind and would love you guys input on it but could i have knocked the engine out of Timing while doing the L67 top swap ?? I have never taken the front cover off or anything so in theory it should still be in Timing like it was before.

Also i took the supercharger off the lower intake manifold and gave it a crank over and it was backfiring and igniting the fuel and sending some flames up out of the lower intake manifold lol :o :shock: :roll:

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