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01-13-2009, 02:36 AM #1
I need a BLITZ GURU...
I have toyota/denso ecu 89661-14480 1jz-gt m/t.
w/ Blitz Access PC-23710T (49346)
I just purchased and will be installing the following,
problem is, all I have is japanese manuals.
Blitz power meter i-D II
Blitz FATT full auto turbo timer digital compact DCIII
Blitz sequential boost controller i-D II
Anyone have ECU pinout or install insructions for any of the preceding??
I bought my first mk2 Supra 2 weeks ago. Just recieved the 1jz swap last night. Trying to have swap completed with 350hp by the end Feb.Cook rice, not ice.
01-13-2009, 05:19 AM #2
01-13-2009, 07:24 AM #3
haha. that is rather funny. i was hoping for a def. solid document instead of digging through a bunch of crap that may or may not be correct.
props on the wiseass-ism. i would have done the same on a subaru forum.Cook rice, not ice.
01-13-2009, 07:26 AM #4
Dude, first link: Tech pages. Bottom right of the second heading. Oh whats that? A 1jz ecu pinout? Amazing!
Third link has the same link. You apparently did not look at all.
I just though it was very appropriate given the incredible ease of finding a 1jz pinout and the fact that I just discovered that delivery method.
Good luck with the rest.
01-13-2009, 05:30 PM #5CelicaSupra.com Member
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WOW just wow, and people wonder why most of the forum hates on newbs so much. All I can say is that most of those items probably do not actually link to the ECU. I am not sure, but it seems weird to have to wire a turbo timer or boost controller to the ECU.
Also, please remove your sig pic, it is offensive in nature and some people view this forum at work.Supra-less.
Empty Spot in the garage.
01-13-2009, 06:21 PM #6
The power meter has to get signal from the speed sensor. It is best to hook the grounds for both the boost controller and the power meter to ecu ground with the power meter closer to the ecu. This is because they communicate via infared and need parallel consistantcy in power to be accurate.
I will remove the pic, but if you are offended perhaps you should change your tampon or chew a midol.Cook rice, not ice.
01-13-2009, 06:40 PM #7CelicaSupra.com Member
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01-13-2009, 07:18 PM #8
yeah dude i am on here at school the last thing i need are people giving me strange looks.
but please be respectfull
you ask for help and people help you and your complainin but..
look at suprafourms are supramania and do a search over there they should have a sticky!!!!1985 supra 66,000 miles 7mge, to many mods to list
01-13-2009, 07:27 PM #9
I'm sorry Brian. I was hoping that you and I could develop a truely valued friendship. We could have gotten together to brew tea and watch Oprah or whatever you emotionally sensitive, easily upset people do.
I understand that people may login at work (not a productive work habbit), but i am not posting anything unsuitable for the work place. A photo of a sticker explaining a fondness of certian individuals that does not direct a negative impact toward any one person, gender,or race should in my oppinion be ok anywhere.
That is why it is a bumper sticker.Cook rice, not ice.
01-13-2009, 07:32 PM #10
thnx moonpie. i wasnt thinking about certian situations when i posted the sig. pic. but it is staying on the car. hahaCook rice, not ice.
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