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    Mr post man...

    ...dropped off some stuff for me today!

    Defi's... Boost and Oil pres'.


    740cc Nismo's


    HKS EVC6!


    Only problem being is... i can't read japanese....
    http://i5.photobucket.com/albums/y15...i/DSC00139.jpg Any one translate?

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    You should have got English instructions with the Defis. I'd assume the EVC install is similar to the EVC5. Check Useful Threads.... Injectors: not written the guide yet, but you don't want to put them in till you've got fuel control and know how to map it...

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    it's for the wiring on the EVC that i need a translation.

    They're the problematic ones..... Green box, power and earth, but constant or ignition? (i'd assume ignition really) Red boxes, not a clue! HAHA

    Yea, Defi's are in UK too.

    Injectors aren't going in till i go and see Jez.

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    Oh yeah. Its got additional flashy stuff like the AVC-R. You're on your own then. Should have got the simple EVC5... Pinouts are in the Useful Threads if you work out which wire is what...

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    yea, trust me to get the complicated one... that also happens to have not been translated yet! HAHA

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    Let me know when you figure that connections out

    I'm planning to get the same EBC later on as I've sold the Blitz.

    This might be of some help.

    Along with Boost Pressure two additional vehicle vitals can be monitored: Throttle Position, Engine RPM or Vehicle Speed.
    So I guess that one of the red boxes will intercept 2 of the three mentioned above.

    I place my bets on the ignition cable and not the constant.
    It would make the EVC stay o all the time if it didn't have an ignition signal.

    My blitz was only wired to ignition and earth.
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    Very nice selection there lad.

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    yea, right... i've worked out now... (with help from sxoc for directions)...

    http://www.supraforums.com/forum/sho....php?p=4804122

    Wiring:

    Before you wire in your EVC 6, you have a choice to make. You can only choose two axis to build your boost maps. TPS is always an axis, so you have to choose between RPM or Speed position. (I choose speed since I want to taper my boost from a lower level in 1st and 2nd gears, though full boost in the top of 2nd, and then full boost all the way though 6th.) So you will wire Speed & TPS OR RPM and TPS. But you have to choose as the EVC only has Two inputs total.

    The EVC Blue wire MUST go to TPS...

    The EVC White wire goes to either Speed, or RPM



    Pins:

    TPS: (EVC BLUE Wire)
    RPM: (EVC White Wire)
    Speed: (EVC White Wire)

    so we're a little more in the right direction

    i think they're the upper of the 2 red boxes.... then the other ones are the "scramble" wire.....

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    looks like you're sorted then
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    Just got a reply on the gtr.co.uk forum about this from a guy in Japan

    Quote Originally Posted by Thrust View Post
    The top, vertical red box says of the wires from the white 5-pin connector, that the left (blue) wire is the 'throttle signal harness', and the right (white) wire is the 'car speed/engine RPM harness'.
    The lower horizontal red box says 'scramble harness'.
    The green box label with the wire from the white 4-pin connector contains the words 'power harness'. So, yes, you are correct.
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