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Discussion in 'VF Holden Commodore (2013 - 2017)' started by wagon37, Dec 17, 2019.
Pretty sure school holidays has started...
exactly why i didnt mention that. you questioned the anonymity. warnings and bans are for private chat not flexing.
Can we get some photos of the SS-V to W557 conversion? you know how to use a camera?
I questioned everything he has posted online period!
After you get the OBDIi reader , start monitoring the cylinder misfire PIDs . Check the actual and the history.
It could give you a clue were to start. Once you know which cylinder has an issue you can start swapping plugs , leads , coils around.
But first measure the injectors.
When the injectors impedance on my ls3 we’re out of spec. The rough idle would come and go.
Cheers for that mate. I was just re-reading your post in another thread about checking the resistance on the injectors. Any tips or tricks there or is it a pretty straight forward task?
Also did you get any warning lights associated with the rough idle?
slamNcam has not been forthcoming with a photo of his W557 conversion. Must be busy in the workshop camming a Proton Jumbuck or similar.
Wagon 37 who did the work on your wagon?
440hp at the tyres is a pretty decent number!
What are the specs of your cam if you dont mind sharing.
Also what are the specs on your exhaust and intake
Have you run it at the motorplex yet?
Sorry for all the questions.
Not having a go like some im just curious. cheers
It is pretty straight forward, unplug the injector connector can be a bit tricky but not that bad .
I had engine light on once or twice and the code was related to cylinder misfire. But several times the idle was rough and there was no engine light. However the misfire counter was increasing on cylinders 4 and 6 if I remember well. I guess it wasn’t misfiring enough to throw a code.
Sent you a PM!
Okay cheers mate. Got an OBD2 reader on it now so will see what it says and report back with any findings.
Which app are you using? Cheers
Torque App pro with GM PIDs
I can't find a "Torque App Pro" in the app store sorry? I don't want to get one that doesn't have GM PIDS.
Its Torque(free version) or Torque Pro(paid version).
Not sure if it has been released for Apple, you could try Dash Command.
Ah okay that's probably why I can't find it. I have one at the moment which is pretty good but I can't see any way of getting the GM PIDs. I'll try Dash Command.
^ torque and torque pro haven’t been released to iOS/ Apple App Store as the author prefers Android only.
I think there was a non authorised torque pro app on the App Store for a short time but you need something else for your OBD iOS fix
I was looking at this but was a bit dubious about its authenticity so didn't commit to the purchase! thanks for the heads up.
I have an iCrap phone as well. It is provided by my work and I got no option. I use an Old Android phone . The Torque app works well even on a Galaxy S2 .
There is always an old phone around.
So the old android running the Torque app is my poor’s man Dash . The iPhone is always running Waze to avoid fines due to distractions.
Just find an app which allows you to add customs PID .
The misfire PIDs are attached.
@Daniel Souza, missfire PIDs cylinder 1 to cylinder 10? Is this from an audi v10 you have?
If not much trouble, could you describe custome PID's as such; Are they a plain text files? Can you provide an example of how to write custom PID for missfire cylinder 1? Which apps allow custone PIDs? How one adds a custom PID to the app? Are there websites that discuss writing custom PIDS?
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