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Umm..a little "detail" would help. What doesn't work? Who installed it?

I have had no problems setting up multiple SRT's in Nor Cal with E-Manage/E-01 setups. Plenty of others use it daily too!
 

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i used your how to and when i have it all hooked up it studders and sputters and the e-manage is throwing error code fp0387 if i remember correctly, when i select the cylinder (4)then throttle type (normal) then the rpm pulse i think (4p) is this all correct or does none of this have anything to do with that error code, and thanks for the help i don't really want to end up being assed out on $1200
 

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They were 0138,0133, and 0139 all o2 sensor problems also there was something about Fan1 circuit. He did not buy it from ED and the only guy up here that has the e-manage and e01 said that he could not help. Raul I am looking the how to over now, I think alot of your problems have to do with the shop who did your install. What is your schedule like on friday or maybe evn satyrday let me know I can come to your place cause I just moved in to my grandpas house for a little while so I can not work on cars at the time at my place. Also arn't you in the army? Cause if you are we could rent a garage on base and do your springs and stuff to let me know whats up.
 

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v8killer04 said:
dont waste your money on renting a place.. if yo uneed a place to install springs hit me up.. I have a air compressor to.. makes it real easy if ou have a air gun
the place he's talking about renting is like $4/hr for a bay w/ a lift. plus, you get free tool rental, to include air compressors. i threw that offer out a long time ago, i thought it was such a great idea.
 

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Sorry I'm not able to help, but I got my unit from ED and all I had to do was follow the directions that came with it and it was a snap.

If you had some shop do it and not yourself, it will be very hard to diagnose the problems. Once you get it back from ED, hopefully with the proper wiring harnesses, it should work. Mine fired up the first time with no problems.

the C1 plug was easy to do, just the power and ground on that ecu plug. it was the C2 plug that was a bitch, if I remember it was like 8 wires and that plug has 23 or so and they're all crammed in there together. Here I'll show ya :)



Now if I'd quit being so lazy and install a WBO2 I'd actually be able to tune it lol

Edit: page 2 ownage :thumbsup:
 

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are u planning on flowing more air eventually, cause near as i can tell u just spent about 1400 dollars on about 3.6 horsepower. if you have a stock turbo there is NO need to spend that kind of money on fuel management. you should have got a turbo upgrade and just let the factory ECU figure it out. just my opinion.
 

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who exactly are you directing that at?

and why the hell does it matter how much money is spent? The fun is in learning how to use the equipment to its potential. Hell with a set of injectors the car can put down close to 300whp and the same torque, all the time no bottle needed. Less power for those rainy days, just turn down the boost on the ebc :)

Plus being able to datalog 3 channels at realtime is quite a nice feature.
 

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it was directed at whoever has the emanage on a stock turbo car;)

and the point was that you could have made WAY more HP with the money. you could have nitrous, larger turbo, front mount, any number of things that cost less. a fuel system with a MAP clamp is only about 600 dollars and would give you the ability to make WAY over 380whp if you could flow more air (ie larger turbo)
 

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I do have a front mount already. along with a 3" exhaust.

600 for map clamp and fuel system, funny cause that's what I paid. $408 for the emanage and $220 for the 550cc RC injectors (62xlb/hr @srt4 pressure)

Not only can my emange clamp the map at any voltage from 1v to 5v and from 500rpm to 8000+prm but it can drive the injectors to provide the fuel needed when you trick the ecu into thinking you're running less boost, thus the factory ecu providing less fuel to the car.




And with the e01, you can use it to trigger nitrous, or a shift light, or anything you want at any rpm. It also saves 3 maps so you can save a street tune map and a nitrous tune map to flip to on the fly while driving. Imagine how much more power and safety there would be to spray because you could set it to hit at 3000rpm and then clamp the map and run more fuel

I'd hate to continue. :)
 
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