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Greddy Emanage S13

Postby SeanC » Mon Mar 20, 2006 2:53 pm

ok i have read some conflicting posts. i have read the wiring diagrams are wrong online, but i have a FSM and access to alldata so i can get wiring diagram. can i run an emanage ultimate on a s13 with a ka24de obdI? i installed a SAFC2 and want to get a MSD BTMbut for that money i could get a emange ultimate and map sensor and do away with the MAF altogether. thanks sorry if this has been answered already. also if any one has any write up's that would great!



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Postby WDRacing » Mon Mar 20, 2006 3:05 pm

ACtually Sean, I don't know of anyone running the new Emanage setup. Or are you referring to the old Emanage Ultimate?

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Postby SeanC » Mon Mar 20, 2006 9:19 pm

emanage ultimate...

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Postby Iamjohnhayes » Mon Mar 20, 2006 9:27 pm

i will be running the emanage ultimate set up on my Ka24e as soon as i get my injectors back from deatsch werks. I will just be using it to datalog with the wideband im ordering this weekend so i have some what of an idea what to do when i tune my ka-t.

as far as the map sensor is concerned unless you either A have your setup finalized or B dont mind having to retune everytime you change something/up the boost, eliminating the MAFS is a *****. However the pressure sensore does make it a lot eaiser from what have have read to tune your air fuel based on boost. so you can basically start on a mafs and switch over to a maps somewhere in the middle of your fuel map if you kinda follow me. i know its not exactly the way to explain it but its the best i can do right now.

if anyone else knows better please clarify for me.

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Re: Greddy Emanage S13 (SeanC)

Postby Craving4Boost » Mon Mar 20, 2006 10:05 pm

SeanC wrote:ok i have read some conflicting posts. i have read the wiring diagrams are wrong online, but i have a FSM and access to alldata so i can get wiring diagram. can i run an emanage ultimate on a s13 with a ka24de obdI? i installed a SAFC2 and want to get a MSD BTMbut for that money i could get a emange ultimate and map sensor and do away with the MAF altogether. thanks sorry if this has been answered already. also if any one has any write up's that would great!
SAFC is very easy to use...but the BTM is EVEN EASIER...beyond easy. i reccomend it. maybe even add in a msd knock meter and your set. ive used the safc and btm and their great. i havent use the knock meter but WD can tell you about that

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Postby Iamjohnhayes » Mon Mar 20, 2006 11:59 pm

o and to answer the original question of can you run it,

yes you can just set it up as an sr20 when you set up the emanage then adjust to what ever injectors / mafs , ect that you have.

but i do have one question if you are controlling timing with the msd and fuel with the safc why are you going e manage?

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Postby WDRacing » Tue Mar 21, 2006 5:35 am

I think he wants to use the EManage as an alternative to the SAFC/MSD route.

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Postby slipnfall » Tue Mar 21, 2006 5:40 am

Yes the Emanage Ultimate will most certainly work. I have not had personal experiance with the ultimate, but have worked with the blue unit. The nice thing with the MAP sensor is when you use it in conjunction with the MAF... your best bet is to keep the MAF for under vac(ie no boost) to let the stock ECU do it's own thing. When you start metering boost on the MAP is when you want to start your enrichment/timing adjustments. I don't think MAF elimination is as easy as Greddy touts, but I could be wrong.

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Postby SeanC » Tue Mar 21, 2006 6:22 am

alright guys thanks for the encouragement. so a good plan is to run it as an sr20 with the z32 maf and a map sensor for when the map go's into boost? can the emanage control a Ford EDIS box at all? i was reading and it said it could control a group fire 4 cyl ign. also would it be semi easy to make the emanage run with my stock set-up i am trying to get as much of the little stuff done as possible while i wait for parts to get in.

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Postby Iamjohnhayes » Wed Mar 22, 2006 2:53 pm

im not too sure, the book that came with my emanage (by the way instructions on the ultimate suck balls) only lists japanesse cars with for the most part japanesse engine. i heard you can make the emanage work with things like cobra mafs if you know what the voltages are and what not. I say give greddy a call they usually can help you out a lot. they were the ones who let me in on the ka24e needing to be set up as an sr20 due to the way the ecu reads the mafs and them both having the same stock mafs

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Postby R4KA240 » Thu Sep 14, 2006 11:36 am

On that same note... Does anyone know the 3 digit program code on the Emanage (blue) I need to set it to for a 94 KA24DE ? it's in a 'vert if that makes a difference... Thanks

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Postby Chezedik » Sun Sep 17, 2006 11:42 am

I will be running emanage with the MAP and IGN and INJ harnesses. What is the beef, 250 bux for that.

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Postby teddy » Sun Sep 17, 2006 5:10 pm

R4KA240 wrote:On that same note... Does anyone know the 3 digit program code on the Emanage (blue) I need to set it to for a 94 KA24DE ? it's in a 'vert if that makes a difference... Thanks
2,0,6 iirc.

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Postby hek1620 » Mon Sep 18, 2006 2:09 am

if anyone needs a blue, i have a brand new one i don't need.

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Re: Greddy Emanage S13

Postby LvS13240sx » Tue Jun 23, 2015 10:06 pm

So what are the differences in sr and ka values?
The obvious one being engine displacement.
Then the ignition is different sr runs coils .
wich sr setting is used to run the maf setting. I believe it's S14 sr20det because it gives hw-7 for the stock maf and a vg30dett is used for adjustment if replaced . What about crank angle ? Duty cycle?
Sr has 370 cc injectors and ka has 270cc wich value goes in for stock . And what would the percentage be if I wanted to use 850cc injectors?

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Re: Greddy Emanage S13

Postby WDRacing » Wed Jun 24, 2015 3:56 am

Welcome to Nico. I doubt anyone will answer your question since this thread is 9 years old. I still don't know anyone running the Emanage though. Way too many better options available.

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