yes, a non calibrated/non working speed sender will cause it to be in the 1st gear limet all the time
sure the ECU mod was done correctly?Did the T5.5 conversion, along with the T7 bpc mod. The problem is, I am seeing only base boost. BPC is wired in correctly (pin26 and a +54), it is a brand new unit, frequencies in ECU has been changed accordingly as well.
I am starting to think, maybe it is because I haven't hooked up the brake pedal switch (pin15) or a torque limitation (pin13).
And another idea - how to test the speedo speed sensor? Would it affect the full boost, if not working?
Car is an European 1989 aero.
Quite sure on the soldering job, gave it to the best Saab electrician I know.sure the ECU mod was done correctly?
DONT NEED SPEED SENSOR FOR BOOST. Just disable the boost limiter in 1st and 2and gear by making all the values 1.55 bar (= disabled)
• View topic - Squaabworks CPS kit group buy number 3And, by the way, how to check the timing manually, timing marks against the T5.5 while doing live logging? Where to hook up the strobe light?
Insulated as vinyl, PVC, or tefzle coated. (Ordinary wire) The Hall sensor wire is shielded and the signal or electric pulse will not transfer to the copper inner wire.Thanks!
By insulated wire You mean something like for the original hall effect sensor in the ignition distributor or just an ordinary wire?
no performance changes, just easier mounting, and some compatibility updateson the same note, i should be getting a run of CPS kits done soon, This one will finally fit all pulleys out of the box, it will also have a terrific super slim fit option for cars without power steering.
Would the new kit classify as a performance upgrade or is it on par with the last one I purchased from you?
Good catch! i have re purposed this wire into a shift up light a few times!Finally, pin 57 from the 70 pin ECU connector can be eliminated from the harness. This is used by the T5 Automatic Transmission ECM for reference engine coolant temperature and Throttle Position
This is usally a grounding issue, possible having to do with an internal groundMy T5 C900 has never had a functioning AIC valve. It's been running fine without it for well over a year although cold open loop running requires light throttle application.
I've tried a total of 3 AIC valves and get the same result: loud ticking sound and wildly fluctuating idle. I'm using the stock C900 2 wire AIC's.
Anyone else share this experience and if so, what's the fix?