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 Post subject: turn off ISC after warm up.
Posted: Wed Aug 22, 2012 2:16 pm 
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Hi all,

Because my car is a manual but the ECU is from an auto (resistor trick) I'd like to have the ISC work when the engine is cold.. but then use a relay to disconnect it when the engine is warm and doesn't need it anymore.

I could rig up a thermister but I'm wondering if there isn't some other trigger I could use to kill the ISC... I thought about thermo's, but they would probably kick on way after I'd like the ISC turned off.

basically about 2 minutes after the car is started I'd like to turn off the ISC... perhaps a timer?

any thoughts would be welcome.


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Frank
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 Post subject: Re: turn off ISC after warm up.
Posted: Wed Aug 22, 2012 3:34 pm 
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Why don't you get one of Jason's (TI Performance) customised tunes on a J3 chip.
He's sorted out the dashpot settings, etc with the tune.

 

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 Post subject: Re: turn off ISC after warm up.
Posted: Wed Aug 22, 2012 3:49 pm 
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he did?

I thought it still had the problem where it held the revs briefly.... That is why I currently have the isc turned off now.

I also have speed sensitive steering which I'm fond of and don't want to lose.

But I'm planning to get a J3 for the charger install anyway.. so if it allows me to keep the speed sensitive steering and doesn't hold the revs before slowly dropping them down I might just get one now. Do you have J3 ?
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