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Same Wiring On D4D 116Ps Vs D-Cat 177Ps?


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Hello.

Does anyone know if the wiring (not ecu) in my d4d 116ps avensis is the same as on the d-cat 177ps?

Wondering if its just to swap engine and ecu.

Geir

To make it work plug and play, you need the whole front end from a 177ps avensis, including gauges etc...

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Hello.

Does anyone know if the wiring (not ecu) in my d4d 116ps avensis is the same as on the d-cat 177ps?

Wondering if its just to swap engine and ecu.

Geir

To make it work plug and play, you need the whole front end from a 177ps avensis, including gauges etc...

That is min requirments, you will probably need to use the new gearbox, driveshafts, engine mounts,

the list is extensive

can i ask why ?

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The ECUS can be remapped,

However the ECUS are individually encripted and not all mapping people have the ability to unlock.

Have a look at the spider unit, iam sure it allows for the unit to be remapped with a serial port.

The spider unit plugs into the injectors individually. Also contact a diesel tuning specialist and have the car on the rolling road and driven tuned rather then just plug in.

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The ECUS can be remapped,

However the ECUS are individually encripted and not all mapping people have the ability to unlock.

I still haven't found anyone who can remap a Toyota common rail Denso ecu. Be so kind and tell us where this is possible.

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hmm, interresting if its possible.I`ll check it out.

How much HP will I earn by removing the catalysator and change the air filter, someone tried this? The boostpressure will raise, if the ecu does not regulate it down?

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hmm, interresting if its possible.I`ll check it out.

How much HP will I earn by removing the catalysator and change the air filter, someone tried this? The boostpressure will raise, if the ecu does not regulate it down?

You will get maybe +1ps by remowing catalysator. But you need to put it back for MOT. The air filter is so good that you will get no change in ps if you change it. Boost pressure will stay the same until you but a boost controller in the car.

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The ECUS can be remapped,

You can't re-map a Denso pump, Tuning boxes are the only cost effective way to go, we sell tuning boxes for all D4D Toyota engines, including the little 1.4 :thumbsup:

PM me for more details

Kingo :thumbsup:

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Ok. I think I`m going to try the box from parts-king then (when my bank allow it :blink: ). Maby I`ll mount a boostcontroller too.

But havent anyone tried to remove the catalysator? I think it will give more then 1ps. On many cars this is a big enginebrake. The last car I sold was a Nissan 200sx and when a removed catalysator it made a big difference, maybe 15-20ps.

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Ok. I think I`m going to try the box from parts-king then (when my bank allow it :blink: ). Maby I`ll mount a boostcontroller too.

But havent anyone tried to remove the catalysator? I think it will give more then 1ps. On many cars this is a big enginebrake. The last car I sold was a Nissan 200sx and when a removed catalysator it made a big difference, maybe 15-20ps.

Did you get that 15ps when you dynoed the car? If the original catalysator is OK there should not be almost any difference. And now were talkin about Toyota diesel cars, not Nissan.

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I did not dyno the car, but it was a very big differense after removing it. Ofcourse it depends on how much ps there is original and if its petrol or diesel. Thats why I asked if someone has tried it on these cars since it made such a big driffence on my previous Nissan. I think the car would breathe a bit better without that plug :yes:

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