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New to LINK, unit ID questionPosted by OddBallRacing at April 29. 2009
Re: New to LINK, unit ID questionPosted by OddBallRacing at April 29. 2009
There are two sub boards that have "TVGR" on the bottom.
The board says "WRX 44S VER 1.1" on the bottom.
Re: New to LINK, unit ID questionPosted by Simon (Link Staff) at April 29. 2009
This will suit a WRX V7 only. It is a G1 ecu and requires a serial link to talk to the PC. The PC software for this ECU is pre vista. I would suggest using a pc with XP.
The ECU would have shiped with a good starting tune.
Re: New to LINK, unit ID questionPosted by OddBallRacing at April 30. 2009
Sorry for posting in the wrong forum then! Moderators, plz move this post if needed!
I'm unfamiliar with what is what when talking about versions of WRX's is the V7 a USDM version or J-spec?
Re: New to LINK, unit ID questionPosted by Cameron at May 04. 2009
The boards was designed to run both, but needs modifications/jumpers to be set differently. Can you post pictures of both sides? Then we should be able to figure it out.
Re: New to LINK, unit ID questionPosted by OddBallRacing at May 06. 2009
There are no DIP switches/jumpers on the board. There is a spot on one daughterboard for a DIP switch to be soldered in but the spot is empty. Camera batteries are dead ATM but I'll work on fixing that so I can post a pic.
Re: New to LINK, unit ID questionPosted by OddBallRacing at May 12. 2009
Here are pics of the front and back. You may notice on the back that there appears to have been some attempts to disconnect 2 solder points at the pins via scratching. I hope this is a "factory" action and not a user modification!
Re: New to LINK, unit ID questionPosted by Cameron at May 12. 2009
Yes that is a 'factory' modification. That board you have appears to be setup for a JSpec WRX.
Hope that helps.
Re: New to LINK, unit ID questionPosted by OddBallRacing at May 13. 2009
Thanks for the help Cameron and Simon! So, this was made for a J-spec WRX running the V7 EJ20X, correct? What year range would that be? If I can find a pin-out for the appliciable wiring harness I can move foward I think!
Re: New to LINK, unit ID questionPosted by Simon (Link Staff) at June 11. 2009
2001-2002 I think.
Re: New to LINK, unit ID questionPosted by OddBallRacing at June 08. 2011
Zombie thread bump!
I've got my car back together and ready to make a decision about the ECU I'll use to run it and need your help!
I've got a USDM 1996 Impreza Brighton GM body with the EJ18 motor. To this I've replaced the intake manifold, injectors and heads with USDM 1992-4 Legacy turbo EJ22 items.
I'm using a generic aftermarket tubular turbo header/uppipe/downpipe for a USDM 2002-04 WRX EJ20 and the associated TD04 turbo. All the sensors, IAC, MAF, CASs, TPS, etc. asd well as coil and igniter are still the stock EJ18 items.
I have the stock EJ22 ECU and I was going to make a jumper harness to plug this ECU into my stock wiring harness. Then I thought, if I'm going to make a harness why not take advantage of the 44S I have here just sitting on the shelf?! What I really need is a wiring diagram; either from the applicable JSpec WRX v7 this PossumLink was made for or for this 44S itself.
As an aside: the CD that came with this LINK unit (purchased used) has instructions for PossumLink MY96, MY98 and V5. This doesn't jive with the above discussion that this LINK is for the V7 possible MY2001-2002.