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Old Sep 13, 2010, 09:17 AM
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Stationary rev Limit not defined in my ROM

Hey guys as you read in the title my ROM has 009A in the table for the stationary rev limit. ROM ID is 98640014. I know its not a popular ROM so any help will be appreciated to get it defined. Please give me step by step as I am new to this.
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Old Sep 13, 2010, 09:40 AM
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address i have for 98640011 is 118c
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Old Sep 13, 2010, 10:56 AM
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address i have for 98640011 is 118c

Do I need to go to my MUT table and insert this address? Where inthe MUT table does the statonary rev limit reside?
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Old Sep 13, 2010, 01:16 PM
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If you have an Evo 7, there is no stationary rev limit.

We didn't have any clutch switch , so the Ecu doesnt know when the clutch is engaged.
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Old Sep 13, 2010, 01:30 PM
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Originally Posted by german_evoVII View Post
If you have an Evo 7, there is no stationary rev limit.

We didn't have any clutch switch , so the Ecu doesnt know when the clutch is engaged.

Well I have to fully engage my clutch for my car to start. Thought that was because of a switch
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Old Sep 13, 2010, 02:03 PM
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You are sure you have an Evo7.

In no way there is an clutch switch, no top one and no low one.

This is as ALL Evo 7 ( LHD and RHD ) were constructed.

If needed, i can send you the official WSM EVO 7 incl. wiring.

If possible, PM me your vin code from the firewall, i can tell you what you have.

The missing Clutch switch was one of the reasons ( beside the front and rear Bumbers ) why the 7 never was sold in the States.
Maybe, someone added the lower switch and the relay in the relay box in the Engine compartment to register the car in the States. As far as i know that HAS TO BE to get it street legal.
Did you get the car as "new"?
If so, is it LHD or RHD ( from the RomID i assume its an RHD )
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Old Sep 13, 2010, 02:10 PM
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Originally Posted by german_evoVII View Post
You are sure you have an Evo7.

In no way there is an clutch switch, no top one and no low one.

This is as ALL Evo 7 ( LHD and RHD ) were constructed.

If needed, i can send you the official WSM EVO 7 incl. wiring.

If possible, PM me your vin code from the firewall, i can tell you what you have.

The missing Clutch switch was one of the reasons ( beside the front and rear Bumbers ) why the 7 never was sold in the States.
Maybe, someone added the lower switch and the relay in the relay box in the Engine compartment to register the car in the States. As far as i know that HAS TO BE to get it street legal.
Did you get the car as "new"?
If so, is it LHD or RHD ( from the RomID i assume its an RHD )

Yes Sir I imported my car from Japan . Its a JDM 2001 Evo7 GSR.
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Old Sep 13, 2010, 02:13 PM
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Hi, i found the XML data for that rom in my Database
Its an JDM Market one, but really seldom. ( so you dondt have an 2002, but an 2001, it has an "A1" in the vin number, first gen Evo7 with the red Diamonds in the front )

It has an 180 KPH limiter and an 5000 RPM rev limit. ( never activated due to no clutch switch )
For the Evo 7, the clutch switch input is inverted, so no switch will never trigger the stat rev limiter. ( For NLTS we have to invert the signal from an evo 8 switch to function correctly )

Stat rev limit is "15ae"
Speed Limit is "158e"

Send me an E-Mail so i can reply with the full XML for that romID

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Originally Posted by german_evoVII View Post
Hi, i found the XML data for that rom in my Database
Its an JDM Market one, but really seldom. ( so you dondt have an 2002, but an 2001, it has an "A1" in the vin number, first gen Evo7 with the red Diamonds in the front )

It has an 180 KPH limiter and an 5000 RPM rev limit. ( never activated due to no clutch switch )
For the Evo 7, the clutch switch input is inverted, so no switch will never trigger the stat rev limiter. ( For NLTS we have to invert the signal from an evo 8 switch to function correctly )

Stat rev limit is "15ae"
Speed Limit is "158e"

Send me an E-Mail so i can reply with the full XML for that romID

My email is [email protected]. My VIn is CT9A-0001570
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Old Sep 13, 2010, 02:37 PM
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E-Mail sent

Oh, by the way its an MJ 2000, so it has "A0" and then 00XXXX as vin number.

Its one of the very first Evo 7.
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ThANKS . Im gonna test it and see if it works
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NO IT DIDNT WORK. I probably need the switch like you said and a relay. I ll check my friends evo8
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So what?
Did the XML not work or does the rev limit still be on after reflash ?
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Originally Posted by german_evoVII View Post
So what?
Did the XML not work or does the rev limit still be on after reflash ?

the xml worked just not stationary limit
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Old Sep 14, 2010, 02:37 AM
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All the JDM VII's I've seen have a clutch switch, but it's only used to ensure the clutch is depressed to allow engine start.
Not of the stat rev limiters work on the VII regardless of rom ID, Tephra added it to V5.10 ID 90550001, so if you want it you will have to swap the rom.
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